Yes. Every customer is entitled to make a sound decision before purchasing a car. Unless otherwise noted, every car you see online has a specific location and can view in person before buying.
All used cars in Japan undergo an extensive inspection before a car auction begins. Auction report is the overall assessment of a car produced by a licensed inspector hired by auction houses.
For an inspector to grade a car, all cars will undergo a full mechanical inspection, including the odometer, interior, and exterior parts of the vehicle, and graded based on a set of standards. Aside from the grade, the auction report also displays the inspector’s explanation for the grades awarded to the car, along with a grade for its overall condition.
At Vroom, we display our cars’ auction report online free of charge and we also offer three assurances that every car you see online:
But we do not guarantee error-free auction reports as minor mistakes (e.g. missed out a stone chip on the front bumper) may still occur during an inspection.
We do not accept bookings and are strictly based on a first-come, first-serve basis with completion of loan application and complete down payment done within 48 hours.
We will require a copy of your IC and Driver’s License, or SSM business registration if you are purchasing under a company name.
a. For working individuals:
b. For business owners:
Depending on your case, banks might require additional supporting documents such as employment letter, EPF statement, Income Tax statement etc.
Yes, other than submitting relevant documents to us, we also require customers to place a RM500 loan processing refundable deposit.