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Covid-19 update

Importing continues as usual during the Covid-19 pandemic. Purchasing, shipping, customs clearance and compliance are largely unaffected and business continues as normal.

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The J-Spec Mileage Promise

Speedo tampering is rife in the Australian market to the point where more imports than not sold by Australian dealers have had their mileage wound back. See how importing yourself easily avoids this pitfall.

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Toyota Estima R50 compliance now available

August 1, 2015

Compliance for the current shape Toyota Estima R50 series is now available, this is also known as a Toyota Tarago locally. These are high spec, high luxury 7 and 8 seat people movers and have been extremely popular models in Japan... with good reason. We expect that such nice, good value for money cars will be very popular in Australia, the previous version Estima has been Australia's most popular import for a while now, and the newer versions are only better....

View the link below for more information about the long list of features available on these cars, plus many more photos.

Models eligible for import:

Only 3.5L models with the 206kW engine can be imported... the lower spec 2.4L cars cannot be brought in. These range from 2006 up to brand new vehicles.


These models are readily available, the production run has gone for 9 years such is their popularity, so there are plenty to choose from, with lots of low mileage and good condition cars still around.

Typical pricing:

Prices vary a lot depending on the year, with most good condition Estimas starting at around the high teens and up, slightly lower spec or higher mileage cars can be a little cheaper.

Click here to view more R50 Estima photos and model specs

Click here to view a small selection of Estimas currently available, contact us for many more which are coming up.

Click here to view some cars which were sold at auction recelty.

Click here to view typical Estima R50 series prices

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