2012 Mitsubishi Minicab MiEV

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2012 Mitsubishi Minicab MiEV Engine electric Transmissionautomatic Mileage15,000 km ColourWhite
  • No Accident History
  • Power Steering
  • Air Conditioner
  • Dual Airbags
  • Heated seats

This car is listed in the Featured section

This car may be from an export agent, Japanese dealer or some other source, it is listed here because we think it has appealing features or an excellent price. Circumstances will vary, but usually Featured vehicles are from a source where we can either have a car inspected prior to purchase, or is with someone who is able to send comprehensive and reliable information about it.

How to buy this vehicle

Please contact us and we will get in touch with the seller to ask for more information about the car and for more pictures. If the car is not from a source whom we necessarily trust we can then arrange for an inspection if the car looks promising.

Is this car eligible for import?

Yes, we have checked this car and it is a model eligible for import under the SEVS compliance laws. We have also allowed $3,000 for compliance, which is a reasonably typical compliance price available for this particular model.

Is the mileage genuine?

This car falls under The J-Spec Mileage Promise. This means the car will come with the original Export Certificate (sometimes referred to as the "dereg" document) which shows recent mileage and dates recorded for this car at the previous mandatory Japanese roadworthy inspections. This paperwork can be used to show that the mileage has not been wound back for sale to deceive you, and you will receive the ORIGINAL documentation for this.

In some cases a car listed here may display the mileage currently on the speedometer but the paperwork suggests otherwise and we will learn this upon getting more information about the car, and we would then inform you. Since you always get the paperwork you will always know if there is a discrepancy, and making sure you always get the correct and true information is why The J-Spec Mileage Promise exists. The original copies of this paperwork which you will receive is why a car bought with J-Spec acting as a consultant can always be trusted.


The details about this car have been provided by the seller of the vehicle, prices and details are subject to change, and J-Spec is not responsible for the accuracy of this information. All details can be confirmed if this car is looked into in greater detail.

$15,000 AUD landed and complied
Price Breakdown:
620,000 JPY FOB
@ 80.7 yen bank rate
= AUD $7,700 FOB
AUD $1,900 shipping
$1,350 ocean freight
$550 customs costs
AUD $400 import duty
$7,700 x 5% duty
AUD $950 GST
$7,700 + $1,750 x 10%
AUD $0 PCE aircon license use
No cost for J-Spec customers.
AUD $3,000 compliance
AUD $1,100 J-Spec service fee
Estimated Registration Costs
AUD $1,400 registration in VIC
$800 registration
$600 stamp duty
($8 per $200 vehicle value)
AUD $1,250 registration in NSW
$800 registration
$450 stamp duty
($15,000 x 3% duty)
AUD $1,250 registration in SA
$700 registration
$550 stamp duty
(4% x $12,000 + $60)
AUD $1,150 registration in ACT
$700 registration
$450 stamp duty
($15,000 x 3% duty)
AUD $1,300 registration in QLD
$700 registration
$600 stamp duty
(4% of vehicle value, less for some cars)
AUD $1,150 registration in NT
$700 registration
$450 stamp duty
($15,000 x 3% duty)
AUD $1,150 registration in TAS
$700 registration
$450 stamp duty
($15,000 x 3% duty)
Change State:
$1,150 AUD
$1,250 AUD
$1,150 AUD
$1,300 AUD
$1,250 AUD
$1,150 AUD
$1,400 AUD
estimated registration costsexcluding new tyres, if needed
Price Estimates

Any costs listed above are estimates only. Calculations are based on average importing costs and current rates. Final costs are likely to vary slightly from these prices depending on variations in exchange rates and other factors beyond our control, however these rarely are different by a significant amount. Please check with your local registration authority to confirm registration costs and stamp duty.

Exchange Rates

The current exchange rate being used is 82.2 yen however banks never trade at the listed wholesale rate. Typically banks will offer around 1.5 yen less so the rate we use for calculations today will be 80.7 yen, ensuring a realistic price estimate.