Japan Auction

Other than our stock list, our registered customer can check the Japanese auctions list to make their choice. There are several auction houses in japan and they sell cars on daily basis through auction system.

If our registered customer selected car from any of the auction house by using login credential provided by our company.

Customer can make bid to buy that product.

Our dedicated team participate in live auction and bid different products in different parts of japan on behalf of our clients, if the bid fall in their price we buy it for them.

Note: The most important point for customer to keep in mind during selection of car is to check the auction sheet. Below we are giving the sample auction sheet of the most popular auction houses in japan, with the help of that auction information one can understand the grading system and get an idea of the car condition, its registration history and market value of that particular car and make their purchase.

Through the auction sheet you get to know the following information as well:

  • The actual chassis number, to check all the related information.
  • The actual production date and the date of first registration.
  • If there are any scratches or dents.
  • Is there any accident history.
  • If there is any corrosion or rust on the vehicle.
  • Any leakage, transmission problem or engine noise.
  • If the vehicle has been painted.

“Before going to the auction sheet first understand what actually it says”

Auction Grade Explanations.

A New or near new condition. Repairs are unnecessary.
B The most popular grade for export. Very clean interior. Minor repairs are not necessary.
C Repairs are necessary.
The car has some, or all of the following conditions :
1) Tears, cigarette burn marks, worn patches, visible open screw holes, dashboard warping, and/or dashboard has some small tears.
2) The interior is dirty and needs to be cleaned.
D Major repairs are necessary.
The car has some, or all of the following conditions:
1) Several cigarette burn marks in the interior.
2) Dashboard has a major warp.
3) The interior is dirty and needs to be cleaned. Some dirty patches will remain after cleaning. Needs work.
E Major repairs are necessary.
The car has some, or all of the following conditions:
1) The dashboard has major tears.
2) The interior is very dirty and has some major tears. The interior is flattened.
3) The interior has a bad smell.

Abbreviations on auction sheet.

AC Air conditioner
FA/AT Automatic transmission
F5 Manual (5-speed) transmission
PS Power steering
SR Sunroof
AW Original alloy wheels
NAVI Navigator
AAC Climate control air conditioner
CA Column automatic transmission
F6 Manual (6-speed) transmission
PW Power windows
TV Television
KAWA Leather seats
AIRBAGU Airbag

Other indicators on auction sheet.

E3 Some dents which are barely visible.
U1 A dent which is the size of a thumb.
U2 A dent which is the size of a palm.
U3 A dent which is more than size U2.
Y1 A tear which is the size of a thumb.
Y2 A tear which is the size of a palm.
Y3 A tear which is more than size Y2.
W1 A panel which has been repaired slightly, and is in good condition.
W2 A panel which has been repaired slightly, and has a slightly wave.
W3 A panel which has been repaired slightly, and has a conspicuous wave.
S1 Rust which is the size of a fist.
S2 Rust which is more than size S1.
C1 Major rust corrosion which is the size of a fist.
C2 Major rust corrosion which is more than size C1.
X A panel which needs to be replaced.
XX A panel which has been replaced.