eBay Inc (NASDAQ:EBAY) might be one of the biggest e-commerce sites in the world, packing all sort of products, but unknown to many is that it also plays host to some of the most expensive and exquisite cars. Unique is an understatement for the kind of cars that eBay Motors offers, having already made a name for itself with all types of cars from luxury sports cars to motorcoaches. The site also carries small airplanes for interested customers.
Most Expensive Cars on Ebay
Lamborghini Aventador 2dr Convertible is the most expensive car sold on eBay Motors, going for as much as $659,800. It is followed in second with GM Futurliner that goes for $350,000 and Porsche 911 GT3 RS at third going for $299,980. Rolls Royce Wraith Base Coupe 2-Door occupies the fourth spot going for $289,000 with Porsche 356 1965 356C/1600SC summing up the top five expensive cars on Ebay with a price tag of $249,995.
Ferrari 458 appears to be the most affordable car on the site with a price tag of $184,000 it is closely followed by Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series 11 that goes for $185,000. Other notable mentions include Lamborghini Hurricane LP610-4 that goes for $212,000 and Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV that goes for $199,800.
Vehicle Parts Sales
Every five minutes a car is purchased on eBay motors, a testament it is a force to reckon with when it come to the sale of cars. In a bid to protect customers from losses associated with fraud, the e-commerce giant has already instituted a Vehicle Purchase Protection scheme designed to protect car buyers from any fraud on the site. However, the same has a cap of $100,000 depending on the car of choice.
Ebay not only sales cars on its e-commerce site it also sales a good number of vehicle parts and accessories depending on the model. Given that the site boasts over 165 million active users, the company says its sales three vehicle parts every second.
Ebay finished 2016 on the red having tanked by 0.97% in Friday trading session to close at lows of $29.69 a share.
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