Frequently Asked Questions
Japanese owners are passionate about their cars and for the most part cars in Japan are better maintained and with the climate and driving conditions meaning even the oldest of Japanese are often in unbelievable condition it really is the best source for cars in the world.
Shipping takes 8-10 weeks on average from the day you buy until the day the car arrives – This can vary depending on your location & shipping scheduling
The overall grade given to a car is based on the auction inspector's opinion of the car, it is not an exact science and takes into account the car's age. Due to the experience of the auction inspectors 9 times out of 10 a grade will offer an accurate representation of the car. However as grades are subjective a car which 1 inspector may grade as 4 another auction inspector may grade as 3.5 therefore especially with older cars, it is important to look beyond the grade and focus on the condition report.
Yes Japanese imports often come with Service history but it is not as commonplace as some other countries, For the most part there is an excellent culture of servicing and maintenance in Japan.
No unless it is a high performance car.