Michigan State auctions are a great place to find affordable luxury cars. As with all auto auctions, the biggest benefit is the chance to find an amazing deal on a quality vehicle. In the State of Michigan there are a large number of auction houses that hold public auto auctions, however it can seem difficult to find one that consistently has luxury cars available.
If you are only looking out for luxury vehicles and nothing else, then you have two options. The first is to keep a vigilant watch over upcoming auctions that are located all around the state. Once you find one that has several luxury cars, it is time to take a trip. Unfortunately, there are several drawbacks to this method. The biggest drawback is that it can difficult to keep track of every upcoming auction, let alone go through all of the inventory lists.
The best idea is to leverage the top few public auction houses because there is less to keep track of and because of their size, they are much more likely to consistently have affordable luxury cars. Here are a few of the Michigan State auctions that you should keep an eye on.
Midwest Auto Auction Inc. is one of the nations oldest known public auto auctions and has been in business since 1952. They hold public auctions regularly. Their cars range from repossessions to dealer drive-ins. While all of their vehicles are used, they tend to have a good selection of luxury cars scattered throughout the 350+ vehicles that are auctioned off every week.
Another fantastic place to find affordable luxury cars at Michigan State Auctions is the Greater Detroit Auto Auction. Prior to each auction, there is a 2 hour preview opportunity as well as a quick 15 auction class (in case this is your first auction). They will feature more than 200+ cars every week and even hold an annual Classic Car Auction. In a single auction, they have featured more than 30 luxury cars including a variety of Cadillac’s, BMW 5 Series, several Jaguars, Lexus IS 300, and much more. One of the best attributes of the Greater Detroit Auto Auction is that they run two lanes. This means that if two luxury cars come up both lanes simultaneously, there is a good chance that there will be heavy bidding on one car, which means that you can snag a great deal on the other.
By monitoring only the Midwest Auto Auction and the Greater Detroit Auto Auction you will have an opportunity to see more than 50+ luxury cars a week in the Michigan State area alone. This is much easier than trolling through tons of smaller auction houses and browsing weekly lineups with less than 100 cars in each. With these two major auction houses you can look at only 4 auctions a week and still be able to scan through nearly 500 – 1000 cars, with a higher than normal percentage of luxury cars, all in the Michigan State area.