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Import your next car direct from Japan to Samoa

Based permanently in Japan, I provide a personal hands-on purchasing service for my clients.

Most importantly, I focus on premium condition vehicles.

Don't settle for something average. Let me help you select a high-spec low-kilometre vehicle at a great price.

 

 

How to import a car from Japan to New ZealandRelax and let me do all the searching!

There is no need for you to become an overnight expert on the Japanese auto auctions - you've got better things to do with your time !

I will personally search for your target vehicle on a daily basis and contact you each time something suitable comes available.

Don't hesitate, make contact with me now for an accurate quotation on importing your desired model of vehicle.

email me at kevin.tokyoeuro@gmail.com

 

Key Benefits of Importing with Tokyo Euro

  • Based permanently in Japan where you need your car buyer to be - not in Samoa or somewhere else
  • Real Price Savings - that’s on a vehicle you want to own, rather than a discount on a vehicle that’s not 100% what you’re really after !
  • Supplies vehicles considerably higher quality than compared to the average condition of imported vehicles in Samoa.
  • Better opportunity to find the exact vehicle you are looking for… sub-model, specs, lower km, preferred colour etc.
  • Expert advice from someone with over 26 years in the automotive industry including 18 years as a professional vehicle buyer in Japan.
  • No rush or pressure to make decisions on choosing a vehicle - as I live permanently in Japan I’m more than happy to wait patiently for your perfect target vehicle to come along

Export to Samoa Jeep Wrangler

Jeep Wrangler Sahara 4WD about to be shipped to my clients in Apia Samoa. Another Non-Smoking, Low-Kilometre vehicle in absolutely immaculate condition. I can’t wait for my clients to receive it !

Export to Samoa Toyota Rav4

Toyota Rav4 Style 4WD photographed at auction before shipping to clients in Apia, Samoa. Features include 2400cc VVT-i Engine, Air Bags, ABS Brakes, Vehicle Stability Control, Factory Alloy Wheels, Keyless Entry, Push-Button Start, Climate Control

Export to Samoa Toyota Townace 4WD Truck

Toyota 4WD Dropside Truck about to be shipped to my clients in Apia, Samoa for use on their plantation. One-Owner, Non-Smoking, Ultra Low-Kilometres, this vehicle is as close to new condition as you could ever hope to find in a light-commercial. 

Import Regulations for Japanese Used Cars to Samoa

  • Age Limit: No more than 8 years from the year of manufacture. So in 2019 vehicles must be at least 2011 model or later
  • Right Hand Drive: Import of right hand drive vehicles is permitted.
  • Inspection: All vehicles and machinery are required to be inspected on arrival, and undergo cleaning treatment.
  • Required Documents: Purchase Invoice, Export Certificate, Bill of Lading.
  • Expected Shipping Time: 18 to 25 Days from Yokohama Port in Japan to Apia.

Get in touch with me now and find out how easy it will be to have me hunting for the perfect car for you and your family.

Email: kevin.tokyoeuro@gmail.com

Phone: +81 90 4394 1970


"Kevin, I greatly acknowledge the work you have done for me - it's very much appreciated. The condition of the cars are even better than the photos. Your service is excellent and makes the buying process most enjoyabe. I have no hesitation in recommending your name to other New Zealanders wanting to import a car from Japan" 
Brian Sampson - Napier, New Zealand

Shipping from Japan to Samoa

All vehicles shipped to Samoa are via dual-purpose Container/RORO vessels such as the ones shown in the images. Each vehicle is driven inside and securely fastened to the internal decks making for the safest marine transit possible.

The shipping schedule to Samoa is quite regular and there are always a number of these vessels departing every month.

Shipping from Yokohama to Port of Apia is usually just 18 to 22 days.

For more information regarding shipping please do not hesitate to contact me.

 

 

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New Zealand Car Buyers Beware !!!…

In both Japan and New Zealand there are many people working very hard to buy great condition vehicles for New Zealanders.

Unfortunately there are also people in the industry with clear intent to deceive buyers and deliberately purchase sub-standard vehicles. Myself and many in the trade in New Zealand witness this all too often.

Where a history of accident repair has been clearly labelled on a vehicle selling in Japan, so it should also be clearly labelled on the vehicle in New Zealand.

This is especially where companies promote themselves and their vehicles as being of the highest standards.

For various reasons the New Zealand motor industry has been in downward spiral in terms of vehicle quality. There is insufficient oversight from the government and unfortunately now far too much influence from large companies from Japan. Time for a complete review of the import industry.

#truthaboutlies #whatquality #liftyourgameNew Zealand Buyers BEWARE - rust, body damage & accident repairs are very common in the NZ market due to major dealer competition. Despite claims of thorough inspections in Japan & further checking on arrival, many cars are simply bought sight unseen then offered for sale while in transit from Japan.

Here is just one recent example that was for sale with a well known NZ importer - with bold advertising claims - until they pulled it down yesterday once word got out about the TRUE history of the car.

THE FACTS

2016 Nissan Leaf 30X
Chassis Number: AZE0-200872

31 Jan 2019 - Sold at NAA Osaka auction for $8,500 NZD with existing damage to left front, accident grade R.

- Quickly repaired in Japan -

12 Feb 2019 - Re-sold at TAA Kinki auction for $15,000 NZD, grade RA (minor repair)

Offered for sale "in transit" for $26,950 NZD by "HVS Dunedin" Motor Trader No. M364825 on trademe.co.nz & their own dealer website. No repair mentioned.

The Dealer's claims:

"Our Japanese imports are all high-grade, quality vehicles."

"All vehicles are pre-inspected in Japan before we purchase them which insures that only high-quality vehicles are purchased."

Note that FALSE KM is usually not a problem for NZ due to mandatory odometer checking prior to export from Japan, HOWEVER you should be very careful to check the past condition / repairs before purchase.

It's quick, simple & inexpensive to protect yourself by checking the Japanese history, most Basic Reports supplied < 1 hr: japancarhistorycheck.com/
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2 days ago

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On the 13th September 2018 a Buyer Beware Alert was posted to warn consumers that this vehicle was accident-repaired. I was actually at the very auction it was purchased at and incredibly shocked to see a New Zealand dealer in Lower Hutt was soon advertising it for sale on both trademe and also their own website.

The company is a “Multi Award Winning MTA Dealership” “An established and trusted part of the Wellington community, why wouldn't you want to deal with the name trusted by Wellingtonian's for over 23 years”

Very soon, the vehicle’s advertisement was removed from both trademe and the dealer’s website. Actually it then appeared for sale on the wholesale stocklist of a major Japanese export company.

Sometime after that I received a phone call from the owner of the Lower Hutt dealership himself - he said that I might have noticed he has hasn’t bought any accident-repaired vehicles since attention has been brought to the issue. He went further to say that he certainly didn’t buy any vehicles that had experienced welding repairs - well I already knew he had been buying such vehicles.

He wanted to meet me in person in Japan sometime, but I've never heard from him in the times he has since visited.

Regardless of all that I see that this vehicle is now in New Zealand and has been registered. It’s someones new pride and joy.

I’m wondering who, after such exposure, decided to import and sell it in New Zealand - and how was the quality of this vehicle represented to the car buyer ?

Chassis : AZE0-058897
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On the 13th September 2018 a Buyer Beware Alert was posted to warn consumers that this vehicle was accident-repaired. I was actually at the very auction it was purchased at and incredibly shocked to see a New Zealand dealer in Lower Hutt was soon advertising it for sale on both trademe and also their own website.

The company is a “Multi Award Winning MTA Dealership” “An established and trusted part of the Wellington community, why wouldnt you want to deal with the name trusted by Wellingtonians for over 23 years”

Very soon, the vehicle’s advertisement was removed from both trademe and the dealer’s website. Actually it then appeared for sale on the wholesale stocklist of a major Japanese export company. 

Sometime after that I received a phone call from the owner of the Lower Hutt dealership himself - he said that I might have noticed he has hasn’t bought any accident-repaired vehicles since attention has been brought to the issue. He went further to say that he certainly didn’t buy any vehicles that had experienced welding repairs - well I already knew he had been buying such vehicles. 

He wanted to meet me in person in Japan sometime, but Ive never heard from him in the times he has since visited.

Regardless of all that I see that this vehicle is now in New Zealand and has been registered. It’s someones new pride and joy.

I’m wondering who, after such exposure, decided to import and sell it in New Zealand - and how was the quality of this vehicle represented to the car buyer ?

Chassis : AZE0-058897Image attachment
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