Jan Japan Cars For Sale in Namibia

Jan Japan Cars For Sale in Namibia

What is Jan Japan Cars?

Jan Japan is one of the leading companies in the used vehicle export industry, specializing in the implementation of vehicle procurement, export management, and customer service and makes it easy and affordable for you to import your dream car safely to your home country.

Jan Japan Cars For Sale in Namibia

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Frequently Asked Question

What is the best month to buy a car from Japan?

The Spring Rush

Spring has traditionally been a great hunting season for buyers looking for cars in the auctions in Japan. There are many reasons for this. First of all, many businesses end their financial year at the end of March, so they are often getting rid of old vehicles and getting in new ones around that time.

What is the price of a car in Japan?

Depending on the car’s features and kind, insurance costs can change. As you can see from the table above, the cost of a new car in Japan ranges from ¥1,500,000 ($13,545) to ¥2,400,000 ($21,645). New cars are generally more expensive than used cars, but they come with the latest features and technology.

Is it a good idea to buy a Japanese car?

Buying your dream car sometimes can be out of budget, but why not get Japanese used cars (JDM). Japanese used cars are reliable and of good quality as mostly Japanese resale it in a few years of purchasing. So, mostly you will be getting a brand new car at a used car price.

What is the cheapest car brand in Japan?

  • Suzuki Celerio. Cheapest Japanese car overall.
  • Toyota IQ. Cheapest Japanese city car.
  • Nissan Note. Cheapest Japanese MPV.
  • Suzuki Swift. Cheapest Japanese supermini.
  • Honda CR-V. Cheapest Japanese SUV.
  • Toyota Avensis Touring Sports. Cheapest Japanese estate car.
  • Mazda 6. Cheapest Japanese saloon car.
  • Nissan Leaf.

How many years do Japanese cars last?

As of March 31, 2022, the average passenger car in Japan was in use for about 13.84 years until its registration cancellation. This number represents a slight decrease from a vehicle lifespan of around 13.87 years in the previous year.

How long do Japanese keep their cars?

Three years after purchase, every new car has to go through an expensive inspection process, and once every two years after that. Furthermore, vehicles older than 10 years have to pass the inspection every year. As a result, most car owners in Japan write off their cars after 10 years and buy new ones.

How long does it take to buy a car from Japan?

8-10 weeks

How long does it take to import a car from Japan to the USA? Shipping a car from Japan will take on average 8-10 weeks.

Is fuel in Japan expensive?

Tokyo Gasoline prices, litre, 31-Jul-2023

The average value for Tokyo during that period was 167.53 Japanese Yen with a minimum of 165.12 Japanese Yen on 15-May-2023 and a maximum of 173.87 Japanese Yen on 31-Jul-2023. For comparison, the average price of gasoline in the world for this period is 251.11 Japanese Yen.

Can you buy a car in Japan as a foreigner?

If you’re a temporary resident (ie. on a tourist visa) or you don’t have a Japanese driver’s license, you can’t buy a car in Japan. Even if you’re equipped with the right visa and you’ve switched your license over, you still need a couple more things. The first is relatively easy—you need a registered inkan.

Do Japanese cars last long?

It can run for more than 250,000 miles with the least maintenance during its lifetime. Japanese cars are mass-produced. Japanese manufacturers build their vehicles quickly, plus their parts are cheaper. The cost of repair and maintenance of Japanese cars is low compared to German-made cars.

Can I buy a brand new car from Japan?

Importing a car from Japan must be done through a registered importer. This government agency oversees the process of importing vehicles from foreign soil. The importer will handle the paperwork and ensure that the vehicle complies with all the necessary regulations and standards.