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How to Import Japanese Used Cars in Mozambique

Japanese used cars are famous all over the world. Many countries world import these cars. Reliability and durability of these cars is a major reason behind the popularity of these cars. These cars offer high quality at low price. It is a reason behind the popularity of these cars.

Like many other countries Mozambique also import Japanese used cars. Many people in Mozambique like Japanese cars.  It is easy to import Japanese used cars in Mozambique. Here is how you can import these cars in Mozambique:

Find a Supplier

You need to find a supplier of Japanese used cars in order to import these cars in Mozambique. There are many used exporters in japan who supply these cars all over the world. You can find these exporters online. Many of them have established their online portals to facilitate their customers. You can contact with them on their online portals.

Make it sure that your chosen supplier is reliable. It is necessary because you should get what you pay for. Ask in user forums and communities. Ask industry experts and seek their guidance. It is better to call your supplier and get all the details about their past experience and services. Best way is to get in touch with their past customers and ask for their opinion.

Choose the Car

You need to consider your needs and desires before making a suitable car choice. You may have chosen a car for now by considering your needs requirements. However, you can take a look at exporter’s stock and choose a suitable car for you if you have not. You can find cars of different makes and models.

Order and Payment

If you have chosen your car it is time to order. Pay the amount in your local bank account so it is transferred to their account on japan. Send receipt of the payment to your supplier. Shipping process can be started after you make the payment.

Shipping

Shipping process can be started after your supplier receives the payment. However, it depends on the terms and conditions agreed between you and your supplier.

Port Clearance

You need to get your vehicle cleared off the port after it arrives. Hire a clearing agent for the clearance of your car. Provide all the relevant documents and fees to your agent.

Import Rules and Regulations

Here are some rules and regulations that you need to consider when importing Japanese used in Mozambique.

Shipping Port

Maputo port is used for the import of Japanese used cars in Mozambique. However, it is also possible to import through Durban port of South Africa.

Age Restriction                                                                                                          

There is no age restriction for the used vehicles being imported in Mozambique.

Right Hand Drive Vehicles

Mozambique allows the importation of right hand drive vehicles.

Inspections Required

After buying your used Japan car, Intertek inspection should be applied.

Documents Required

Here are some documents that are required when importing Japanese used cars in Mozambique:

  • Certified copy of the passport
  • Commercial/Purchase Invoice - must be original
  • Certificate of Title and Registration - must be original
  • Driver's License & International Insurance Policy (green card)
  • Original Bill of Lading showing Chassis Number, Engine number, Cubic Capacity, year of manufacture, brand and model

Duties and Taxes

Based on the engine displacement custom duty is as following:

  • Less than 1500 CC – 25%
  • Engine Displacement Greater than 1500 CC – 40%

There is no custom duty on mini buses imported in Mozambique.

It is easy to import Japanese used cars in Mozambique. You can follow the step by step process given above for the import of these cars. 

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