Thursday, August 22, 2013

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Used Toyota Corolla Sedan from Japan - Aug 2013

Now you can purchase our recommended high quality vehicles directly from Japan and other countries at reasonable price!! Hurry up to order your dream vehicles NOW!


*Please note that the price is FOB price (excluded shipping cost) and ask the seller for CIF price (included freight and insurance) by clicking Agree and Ask button just after you click the picture on our newsletter
2006 Toyota Vitz
US$3,980
2004 Toyota Vitz
US$1,500
1998 Toyota Corolla Sedan
US$920
2000 Toyota Corolla Sedan
US$1,554
2006 Toyota Hiace Van
US$19,000
1999 Toyota Hiace Van
US$3,627
2006 Toyota Noah
US$4,145
2004 Toyota Noah
US$11,394
2004 Toyota IST
US$2,850
2005 Toyota IST
US$6,062
2002 Toyota Corolla Spacio
US$2,490
2002 Toyota Corolla Spacio
US$1,700
2002 Honda Fit
US$4,974
2009 Honda Fit
US$7,098
2002 BMW 3 Series
US$13,575
1999 BMW 3 Series
US$1,917

Saturday, August 17, 2013

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18th August Japanese Used Cars Update

Here is the special edition of tradecarview's newsletter.

Now you can purchase our recommended high quality vehicles directly from Japan and other countries at reasonable price!! Hurry up to order your dream vehicles NOW!



*Please note that the price is FOB price (excluded shipping cost) and ask the seller for CIF price (included freight and insurance) by clicking Agree and Ask button just after you click the picture on our newsletter
2008 Toyota Vitz
US$4,728
2003 Toyota Vitz
US$2,213
1998 Toyota Corolla Sedan
US$1,403
2000 Toyota Corolla Sedan
US$2,234
2003 Toyota Hiace Van
US$4,053
1996 Toyota Hiace Van
US$2,910
2002 Toyota Noah
US$2,500
2006 Toyota Noah
US$5,196
1999 Toyota Corolla Spacio
US$1,300
1997 Toyota Corolla Spacio
US$2,089
2002 Toyota IST
US$4,442
2002 Toyota IST
US$2,100
2007 Honda Fit
US$2,702
2006 Honda Fit
US$6,235
2011 BMW 3 Series
US$44,300
2009 BMW 3 Series
US$35,700

Sunday, August 11, 2013

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August 2013 Used Cars


Now you can purchase our recommended high quality vehicles directly from Japan and other countries at reasonable price!! Hurry up to order your dream vehicles NOW!


*Please note that the price is FOB price (excluded shipping cost) and ask the seller for CIF price (included freight and insurance) by clicking Agree and Ask button just after you click the picture on our newsletter
2005 Toyota Vitz
US$4,500
2009 Toyota Vitz
US$6,258
1998 Toyota Corolla Sedan
US$1,252
2006 Toyota Corolla Sedan
US$6,363
1999 Toyota Hiace Van
US$7,130
2006 Toyota Hiace Van
US$13,038
2002 Toyota Noah
ASK
2008 Toyota Noah
US$10,353
1999 Toyota Corolla Spacio
US$1,930
2001 Toyota Corolla Spacio
US$1,990
2002 Honda Fit
US$814
2005 Honda Fit
US$1,400
2002 Toyota IST
US$2,784
2002 Toyota IST
US$1,878
2006 BMW 3 Series
US$22,199
2002 BMW 3 Series
US$2,190

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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6 Best Repair Tips for Newbie Car Owner

Cars are not fashioned to run consistently without very occasional car care. If you wait until problems occur, you will likely end up harming your car and paying for a lot more than if you take good your car on a everyday. By doing these simple safe guarding tasks, you certainly will get years of service out of your vehicle.

1. Get a new oil good manufacturer's suggested car maintenance routine. For most automobiles, this is every 3,750 miles or every 90 days, whichever comes first. Changing the oil ensures that your engine oil is clean and at the best suited levels, which supports the engine keep running nicely.

2. Check the radiator to make sure it is full and have a specialized check the volume of anti-freeze in your cooling system. If it overheats, this can cause significant harm that you could have eliminated with some standard cooling system maintenance.

3. Check your car on a regular basis, and make out time to learn what to find. The gauges can hint you in that there's a problem your mechanic should look at. Replacing a damaged window before it turns into a huge bust is a lot less expensive than changing the entire dashboard or windscreen and a lot less bother as well.

4. Proceed to the same mechanic for all your work, even if it's the simplest things. By going to one particular mechanic, he'll recognize things you may not about your car and can present you with car maintenance advice that a mechanic seeing it initially may overlook.

5. Clean your automobile, inside and out, frequently. Allowing soil and grime to sit on your automobile can damage it, triggering the upholstery to wear out a lot quicker or the paint to start with chipping. Whenever you can, park your car in a garage or under a carport to have it dry and help alleviate problems with rust.

6. Look at the tire pressure along with a pressure gauge and apply a pump to fill them to the perfect levels. This will assist you them to wear even more evenly, and it also helps with boosting your gas usage. When the weather improves is an important time for it to check out the air pressure since temperature does have an affect on air pressure.

Although you obligated to pay for car maintenance, these small expenses are much easier on your funds than the big ones you'll need to pay if you disregard your car. Replacing major systems is expensive, as is getting an entirely new car if yours breaks down beyond reasonable maintenance sooner than it would have if you have addressed it.