Due to how specific we are in the makes and models, we sell we do not accept trade ins at this time.

Where to finance our cars

We just recently started working with Utah First Credit Union. To see if you are approved, go to and click “Loans” at the top, select “Auto & RV Loans.” Fill out your information and select “Rev Motoring” under Dealership Name. They can approve you within an hour, and it is 24/7. You can also finance through any bank or credit union for one of our cars.

Do you pull carfax?

It is the responsibility of the prospective buyer to pull their own carfax, we sell all cars as-is like any used car, however the majority of our inventory is still covered under the manufacturer's warranty.

We buy all of our cars from national car auctions around the country. Close to 90% are purchased directly from the manufacturer as a lease return.

Where do you get your cars?

Do you negotiate price?

The listing price is final and we do not negotiate the car price. The price shown does not include the doc fee, tax, title, and license fees.

  • Utah State Tax - 7.25%

  • Dealer Document Fee - $200

Original Audi or BMW warranties come with most of our cars, warranties depend on the miles the car is bought with.

Do you offer extended warranties?

Yes, you can purchase the stock wheels that originally came with the car at a discounted rate.

Can i buy the stock wheels that came with the car?

We do not service the cars after they are sold. We recommend calling our friends at Woffords European or Streamline Industries for all service inquiries.

DO you Do maintenance?

No we don't purchase specific cars, all listings can be found on our website.

will you buy a specific car for me?

After purchasing a car from us please contact our friends at JC Automation. After they verify your car purchase with Rev Motoring you will receive a wholesale discounted window tinting rate.

how do i get discounted window tinting?

As of January 2018 we are currently 100% awd and clean title. If for any reason this changes it will be clearly marked in the description of the car.

Are the cars you sell all-wheel drive?