Owners wishing to sell their Mercedes-Benz sedans directly often list their cars for sale on websites such as AutoTrader and eBay. Classic models or rare variants for sale are often found through car listing services specific to such vehicles, such as the DuPont Registry.
Historically, the best place to look for Mercedes-Benz sedans for sale by their owner was in the classified section of a local newspaper or in local circulars that list car sales. While it is still useful to check these sources when looking for a used Mercedes-Benz sedan, the advent of Internet advertising has led many people wishing to sell their car to list their vehicle on automobile sale websites. AutoTrader, Edmunds and CarGurus are all examples of websites that list advertisements of owners wishing to sell their sedan. It is also often possible to check the classifieds of local newspapers through their website as well.
Owners of rare or classic vehicles often list these vehicles through services such as the duPont Registry that are dedicated to selling such vehicles. Owners of these rare vehicles also make use of auction services such as the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company or websites like eBay. Owners of more common Mercedes-Benz sedans also make use of auction services, so these services are worth a look even for those looking for a recent or relatively common Mercedes-Benz sedan.