M Co new site

We are happy to announce our upgraded site and domain mcoexport.jp

mcexport.com is still working as are the Email addresses.

We would like to thank all the customers for the support and welcome new customers to try our service.

Customer voice

M Co receives positive feedback from customers around the world.

My experience with your company was wonderful! 

Mord and the team did a great job getting me a bargain.

Thanks again,

-Usman

 

Rare Cars !

http://www.msn.com/en-au/motoring/gallery/ten-peculiar-oddball-cars-that-are-totally-fantastic/ss-BBrtPms?ocid=spartanntp#image=10

New One Price

M Co have added a new One Price section.
The data is additional stock from another source.
It is easier to get bargains in live auctions.
One Price is best for vehicles you can’t find in live auctions.

 

Changes to New Zealand Import Regulations

The New Zealand Transport Agency has announced Changes to New Zealand Import Regulations: all used class MC vehicles (four-
wheel-drive SUVs and off-road vehicles) will be mandatory to have Electronic Stability Control (ESC) at that time of NZTA border inspection effective on 1st March 2016.

Please take this into account when placing bids on cars bound for New Zealand.
If you are unsure, please make a note in your translation request so we can confirm ESC prior to bidding.

This provision will not apply to:
an immigrant’s vehicle, or
a special interest vehicle, or
a motorsport vehicle that is operated in accordance with the conditions of a valid low volume vehicle authority card issued for the vehicle in accordance with the Low Volume Vehicle Code, or
a vehicle specified in paragraph (a)* of the definition of ‘low volume vehicle’ that was not originally fitted with an electronic stability control system and is certified in accordance with the Low Volume Vehicle Code, or
a motor vehicle manufactured, or first registered outside of New Zealand, twenty years or more before the date of its first certification for entry into service in New Zealand.

Changes to New Zealand Import Regulations

The New Zealand Transport Agency has announced Changes to New Zealand Import Regulations: all used class MC vehicles (four-
wheel-drive SUVs and off-road vehicles) will be mandatory to have Electronic Stability Control (ESC) at that time of NZTA border inspection effective on 1st March 2016.

Please take this into account when placing bids on cars bound for New Zealand.
If you are unsure, please make a note in your translation request so we can confirm ESC prior to bidding.

This provision will not apply to:
an immigrant’s vehicle, or
a special interest vehicle, or
a motorsport vehicle that is operated in accordance with the conditions of a valid low volume vehicle authority card issued for the vehicle in accordance with the Low Volume Vehicle Code, or
a vehicle specified in paragraph (a)* of the definition of ‘low volume vehicle’ that was not originally fitted with an electronic stability control system and is certified in accordance with the Low Volume Vehicle Code, or
a motor vehicle manufactured, or first registered outside of New Zealand, twenty years or more before the date of its first certification for entry into service in New Zealand.

Changes to New Zealand Import Regulations

The New Zealand Transport Agency has announced Changes to New Zealand Import Regulations: all used class MC vehicles (four-
wheel-drive SUVs and off-road vehicles) will be mandatory to have Electronic Stability Control (ESC) at that time of NZTA border inspection effective on 1st March 2016.

Please take this into account when placing bids on cars bound for New Zealand.
If you are unsure, please make a note in your translation request so we can confirm ESC prior to bidding.

This provision will not apply to:
an immigrant’s vehicle, or
a special interest vehicle, or
a motorsport vehicle that is operated in accordance with the conditions of a valid low volume vehicle authority card issued for the vehicle in accordance with the Low Volume Vehicle Code, or
a vehicle specified in paragraph (a)* of the definition of ‘low volume vehicle’ that was not originally fitted with an electronic stability control system and is certified in accordance with the Low Volume Vehicle Code, or
a motor vehicle manufactured, or first registered outside of New Zealand, twenty years or more before the date of its first certification for entry into service in New Zealand.

Changes to New Zealand Import Regulations

The New Zealand Transport Agency has announced Changes to New Zealand Import Regulations: all used class MC vehicles (four-
wheel-drive SUVs and off-road vehicles) will be mandatory to have Electronic Stability Control (ESC) at that time of NZTA border inspection effective on 1st March 2016.

Please take this into account when placing bids on cars bound for New Zealand.
If you are unsure, please make a note in your translation request so we can confirm ESC prior to bidding.

This provision will not apply to:
an immigrant’s vehicle, or
a special interest vehicle, or
a motorsport vehicle that is operated in accordance with the conditions of a valid low volume vehicle authority card issued for the vehicle in accordance with the Low Volume Vehicle Code, or
a vehicle specified in paragraph (a)* of the definition of ‘low volume vehicle’ that was not originally fitted with an electronic stability control system and is certified in accordance with the Low Volume Vehicle Code, or
a motor vehicle manufactured, or first registered outside of New Zealand, twenty years or more before the date of its first certification for entry into service in New Zealand.

Australian import law changes

New regulations for Australian imports finally announced:
Australians will be able to import a new car or motor cycle without the need to go through a local dealer from 2018.

But it must have comparable standards to Australia’s, be a right-hand drive passenger vehicle, no more than 12 months old and have no more than 500km on the odometer.

More than 90 per cent of new vehicles were imported and within two years all cars will be imported once Ford, General Motors and Toyota cease local manufacture, the federal government said in a statement on Wednesday. Of the world’s right-hand drive countries, Japan and the United Kingdom now meet the Australian standard.

Other countries may be included upon reaching a comparable standard.

‘If a manufacturer chooses not to sell a particular model in Australia, a consumer may now have an option to source this model overseas,’ Major Projects Minister Paul Fletcher said.

The changes will improve the existing arrangements for importing exotic, rare, classic, collectible and special purpose vehicles.

A new rule will allow such a vehicle, which is at least 25 years old, to be imported under these arrangements.

The $12,000 special duty on imported used vehicles will be removed from 2018.

– See more at: http://www.skynews.com.au/business/business/market/2016/02/10/car-importation-restrictions-to-be-removed-st-lvo.html#sthash.IXyNjSf2.dpuf

Negotiation fee change

From July 2015, USS auction group have changed their negotiation fee from 5,000 JPY to 10,000 JPY.

At this stage most other auctions still charge 5,000 JPY.

Up until now, we have added 5,000 JPY to the auction purchase price for cars purchased through negotiation.

NEW INVOICING STRUCTURE FOR 10,000 JPY NEGOTIATIONS:

A)  We will add 10,000 JPY to the negotiated price if the total is within your bid (including flex).

B)  We will add only 5,000 JPY to the negotiated price if 10,000 JPY will take the the total over your bid.

Please contact us if you have another preference for invoicing on negotiation purchases.

Best regards

Mark Cathcart (Director)