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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 199157 6-Aug-2016 18:50
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Hello,

 

Please can anyone advise whether I can trust NZ Auckland based 'Car Web' to import a 2006 or more recent Hiace Van, the kind of standard I hope for is at Car yards for $15,000 -19,000$.  It looks as if I can purchase a van plus costs associated with entire process for approximately $10,000 NZ.

 

'Beforward' is a similar company but have found many online complaints about them, as yet found no independent comments about Car Web.

 

Any helpful comments would be appreciated.

 

Thank you.


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1605624 6-Aug-2016 19:32
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I have never brought a car in.

Make sure it complies with NZ emission standards etc...

 

https://www.nzta.govt.nz/vehicles/importing-a-vehicle/step-2-evidence/used-vehicles-from-japan/

 

 

 

In regards to cost, make sure you have made allowance for GST (on both purchase price and freight cost), and around $1000 of boarder entry costs.




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1605659 6-Aug-2016 21:28
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Thank you for reply.

 

What I'm hoping for is anyones comment who has dealt with 'Car Webs NZ' so I can know whether to trust these 'traders' and whether they do the thorough checks etc before I pay.

 

 


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