2006 Nissan Skyline 350GTChassis no CPV35-650595
This is a J-Spec Certified Mileage vehicle
Checked out the mark ii in the flesh
Very impressed, is very clean, lil dent on the bonnet I wasn't aware of but that's literally the only fault I could find. Can't wait to actually take possession.
Thanks again mate for putting up with all the questions and always keeping me in the loop.
I'll hopefully be speaking to you soon for the next one!- Paul M Australia 2000 Toyota Mark II Tourer V
What does this page mean?
If you are viewing this page, it is to show that 2006 Nissan Skyline 350GT (chassis number CPV35-650595) is a vehicle imported by J-Spec Imports for a customer in mid 2013. The intention of this page is to show you, possibly a prospective buyer of this car, that it has not had the mileage tampered with at time of import, which is now unfortunately a very common practice in the industry. We are confident that with genuine mileage this car is in fact worth significantly more than similar cars available on the local market which while possibly being sold with similar k's, have very frequently in fact done far more.
You can view more info on this problem and its frequency here.
What does this document mean?
Included here is a copy of the Export Certificate, which is an official document from the Japanese department of transport which shows past dates and mileage for cars when they underwent mandatory roadworthy inspections in Japan, and this can show that the speedo was not tampered with at the time of import.
If, for example, a car has 70,000km on it now, but had done 160,000km in Japan according to this document then you know the mileage has been tampered with, and for people who get these documents for cars already in Australia they are finding all too often that this is the case.
What does this document show?
While most of it is in Japanese, the important points are the dates and mileage at the bottom.
For the car you are interested in, 2006 Nissan Skyline 350GT chassis number CPV35-650595, the export certificate shows: In Japan on March 25, 2009 this car had travelled 14,000 kmIn Japan on March 29, 2011 this car had travelled 23,300 kmAt time of import in mid 2013 this car had travelled 29,700 km
If the mileage reads lower than any of the figures above then clearly the speedo has been tampered with.
J-Spec is committed to reducing the frequency and profitability of the now widespread practice of odometer tampering for imported vehicles when brought into Australia, and as such we are completely transparent for all of our cars. We hope this page will show you, as a prospective buyer, that this car has not had the mileage wound back when imported, and that therefore this is taken into account when buying from the current owner when compared with other vehicles on the market.