Apologies to other countries, this post is aimed at New Zealand buyers.
Today a Nissan Note, 2014, (grade 4.5 you can not get much better than that) with 56,000 kms sold in the Japan car auctions for 400,000 yen. That equates to a landed price in New Zealand of $10,104. Now compare that with what is on sale in New Zealand for the same year. $13,990 with 66,000 kms and $14,990 with 54,000 kms. Hmm, I would consider this Nissan note sold in the Japan car auctions today to be most similar to the second of the two. That is a savings of over $4,500.
At a staff dinner together at a really cheap but top quality sushi restaurant, had them talk about their roles in Provide Cars. They all play different roles and are all needed in purchasing from the Japan used car auctions.
A rare left hand drive BMW M coupe with the 3.2-litre S54B32 engine sold in the auction today. Probably one of the nicest specimens in the world as it was grade 4.5 with only 21,000 kms. Only 269 of these were made in left hand drive.
Left hand drive BMW M3 Sport Evolution 1994 in the Japan car auctions today. Excellent grade 4 condition with only 46K kms on the clock. Started at 2.5 million yen and finally sold for over 10 million yen in the Japan car auctions today. Why invest in the stock market or gold? Grade 4 with a C interior (some wear and surface seat burns). Not sure whether this would have sold to the local market or export market.