Travel, Teach, Live in Japan
Are you looking for high quality and economical cars? You have a good chance of finding what you need in Japanese car auctions. Japanese cars have become so popular that there are many ways to get them.
Their popularity springs from a combination of legendary quality, fuel efficiency, and very reasonable prices. There are many Japanese car auctions that are being held around the world, and if they are not held in your city, they are most probably being held in nearby large cities.
You can choose from different kinds of Japanese car auctions. I was able to get my car on an auction done over the Internet. It was quite easy and simple.
After signing up for an account, I was hooked up to Japanese car auctions all over the world. I could bid on cars, access the relevant information about them, and even pick out custom features like power steering and sunroofs.
Once I was able to buy a car from a Japanese car auction, it was then shipped to my “port of choice” as they put it. In this case, that was Oakland, California. By the time I picked up my car from the warehouse, I had managed to save more than three thousand dollars over the price that I would have paid to purchase the same model on local car stores. This kind of deal is great if you are willing to wait for a few months.
There are also other forms of Japanese car auctions offer that deal with all sorts of cars. There are police auctions, sales by the IRS, or even auctions by private financial corporations. The cars available on these auctions are those seized from people who were either convicted of a crime, or fell behind on some sort of payment schedule.
These seized cars are then being offered for sale by the government or private financial industries. This way you are be able to purchase cars for a fraction of the price offered by Japanese car auctions I was talking about, but of course there is a drawback.
Since these cars have been seized, you cannot expect to get information about the state of these cars, or what damage they might have sustained before they were auctioned.