Monday, July 20, 2009

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SALE SUBARU IMPREZA - MOMBASA KENYA

Greetings from Used Car Sale!

SUBARU, IMPREZA We would like to inform you that this unit landed in Mombasa, Kenya last July 4, 2009 and we are selling with no reserve to the highest bid received by July 23, 2009.

GG2-026956- 2002 SUBARU, IMPREZA-
Click here to view specifications.





Please take note that the vehicle is being sold on an as SUBARU, IMPREZAis where is basis. Please be informed also that the unit has incurred port charges since it arrived in port and that we will hold interested customers to determine and shoulder these charges with customs.

Payment for the unit must be sent by July 25, 2009 or the vehicle will be sold to the next highest bidder.

We are always at your service. If you have any inquiries, contact our 24/7 Customer Service Center at (81) 75 622 5091 or you can email us here.

Thank you for choosing Used Auto Sale for all of your used car importing requirements.

Used car specifications:
Yr/Mo Registration: 2002 (Feb)
Condition Grade: 4
Interior Grade: B
Make: SUBARU
CC Rating: 1500
Power Steering: Yes
Model: IMPREZA
Engine Type: Petrol
Power Windows: Yes
Wheel Style: Wheel Covers
Air Conditioning: Yes
Chassis No: GG2-026956
Tires: Normal
Sunroof: No
Kilometers: 111380
Transmission: 5spd
Doors: 5 Door
AirBag: Dual
Color: SILVER
Interior Color: GREY
Interior Type: Deluxe Cloth



Friday, July 10, 2009

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How to Reduce Fuel Consumption of your Car

Nowadays, we frequently hear news about price increase in gasoline. If however, the news about lowering prices due to change in global barrel, dealers or distributors especially big players like Petron Corporation, Shell and Caltex including new player s like PTT Company for instance are reluctant to reduce their prices right away. They never run out of reasons if the media or the government asks as to why they cannot roll back their prices.

Many will reason out that their stock was purchased when the price is at its peak, that’s why they have to sell their gasoline with the current prices in order to make up for investment; but still the question remains if this reason is really true as they could have easily taken the opportunity to bulk up their stock during the "low price- per barrel" period in the world market.

As consumers, we are mere hostages and we cannot do anything about it. Control of fuel price is in the hands of the government, the source country (Middle East i.e. Kuwait and Saudi Arabia) and the fuel merchants / distributors. What we can do however, is to take some measures in ourselves in order to save fuel and virtually spend less time driving.

Follow these simple steps to save up on that precious fuel.

  • Control your acceleration habit. Number one saver of gasoline is controlling your acceleration habits. You might be busy and always in the rush so you turn in your driving skills rather than time management skills. When you accelerate, you do it naturally and smoothly. You make sure that it is not traffic or you are not in the situation of taking a better position during traffics. Constant acceleration and sudden break wasted both your gasoline and tires. If you notice the road is going downward, press on the clutch for old version used cars while level the speed of free fall with your automatic cars. Brand new and used cars have automatic suspension now. If you set to lower gear while the free fall is more faster, you will not get gasoline saving and you wasted the opportunity of getting the acceleration once the road level to the plain.
  • Frequent Maintenance of your vehicle. Problematic vehicles which usually happen if not tune up for longer period often times have erroneous fuel burning. This is more expensive because it could double your gasoline spending.
  • Regular checkup or replacement of fuel filters. Change your air or fuel filter regularly. A dirty filter will cause unsatisfactory performance on combustion which eventually decrease your fuel mileage and deduct years in your engines service. Bring your used cars to the nearest car mechanics or auto shops for check up and possible repair. Filter is normally cost up to $10 USD while mechanics fee is about $5 dollar. This is cheaper than spending gasoline.

Lastly, manage your time wisely to avoid traffics. Travel early morning or leave your office late night and you will enjoy driving will less streets competition.

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Auckland Used Car Auction

We’ve got 50 freshly-imported, never offered before, uncomplied vehicles for auction!

Get to bid onsite at our Auckland branch located at 257 Roscommon Road, Manukau or via phone – using onsite sales staff; pre bids may be offered! Full compliance service for all vehicles offered on site, you choose the compliance package that suits you. Click here to bid

Plus, you get to enjoy these great benefits!:
  • Vehicles available for full inspection prior to auction
  • Save the cost and hassle of going to Japan; you buy locally at Japan direct prices!
  • No buyer’s or dealer’s fees; what you bid you pay!
  • Auction conducted by an independent registered auctioneer.
  • All vehicles purchased can be complied on site.
We offer two (2) levels of onsite compliance for you to choose from:

1. Basic compliance to the VERM by VSS for only $295 plus GST (parts excluded).
2. Compliance Plus for a fixed price of $650 plus GST that includes all parts, AA safety certification, replacement of tyres, full service and filter changes and WOF (a detailed list of all of the services provided is available upon request). Buy with confidence, all vehicles are guaranteed repair cert "free"!

All used cars are imported using ATNZ’s E2E import process, you can be assured all vehicles
have gone through: accident and damage inspections, full interior and exterior cleaning, odometer certification, stolen vehicle check, and MAF inspection.

Used cars dealer in Auckland only, open to Registered Motor Vehicle Traders nationwide.


Contact us now at (09) 257 0050 or email us

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