The Japanese chassis code or VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) can be found on the manufacturer build plate which is usually located on the left or right side of the firewall of your car once you lift the bonnet.
You will receive:
Auction condition report
Auction date, location, grade, condition information, past repairs, start and final price
Registration records from the Japanese Transport Authority (MLIT) Km readings at registration inspections, in some cases FROM NEW PLUS accidents, recalls, radiation testing, build date, factory specs and MORE…
Our most COMPREHENSIVE check provides odometer & condition history Receive both BASIC & INTERMEDIATE Reports Japan auction data PLUS Japanese Transport Authority records
Unfortunately odometer tampering on imported vehicles is widespread in many countries which do not have official independent checking in place prior to or at the time of import.
Past auction reports and pictures can show details of repair history as well as existing damage. Accident history and airbag deployment may also be recorded by the Japanese Transport Authority (MLIT).
Odometer (km) readings are recorded every time a vehicle is inspected for registration renewal in Japan (3 years from new then every 2 years). This information can be invaluable to both buyers and sellers of Japanese imports.