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Aution sheet details

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hi,

 

Guys someone can please explain me ,  in the Japanese auction sheet, you can see A1,U1, G or W like wise. that means the car have particular damge or the damaged area have been repaired??

 

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The letters describe what kind of damage it is..the numbers indicate how severe/bad the damage is....

A: Is a scratch with 1 means a light damage and as the number goes higher the severity of the scratch gets worst

U: Is a dent. 

W: Wavy, which pretty much means the the paints shows some orange peel or the body shows certain signs of panel beating and tinkering work.

X: Panel is damaged beyond repair and needs replacement

XX: Panel has been replaced.

Y: damage to front or rear lights. 

C- Rust

X/G: chip on the windscreen 

Where the numbers are concerned..lower the number lesser the damage. thus as the number goes higher that means the intensity/severity of the damage increases.

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14 hours ago, iRage said:

The letters describe what kind of damage it is..the numbers indicate how severe/bad the damage is....

A: Is a scratch with 1 means a light damage and as the number goes higher the severity of the scratch gets worst

U: Is a dent. 

W: Wavy, which pretty much means the the paints shows some orange peel or the body shows certain signs of panel beating and tinkering work.

X: Panel is damaged beyond repair and needs replacement

XX: Panel has been replaced.

Y: damage to front or rear lights. 

C- Rust

X/G: chip on the windscreen 

Where the numbers are concerned..lower the number lesser the damage. thus as the number goes higher that means the intensity/severity of the damage increases.

are they repaired or we  have to repair if they can visible?

 

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XX is repaired there could be visible signs of repair

A1, U1 hardly detectable do not worry about them A2, U2 are little visible but you can live with them

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42 minutes ago, kush said:

XX is repaired there could be visible signs of repair

A1, U1 hardly detectable do not worry about them A2, U2 are little visible but you can live with them

What about the G: stone chip in the windows?

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On 9/20/2019 at 4:44 PM, shehan1111 said:

What about the G: stone chip in the windows?

Well...depends on the number of the G....but for the most part, if the vehicle has a chip in the windscreen or a serious crack on it...the G value will be high and the car's Auction Grade significantly goes down as per Japanese regulation any vehicle with a crack or significant chip on the windshield means the car is NOT roadworthy. The same applies for certain other glasses as well.

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On 9/21/2019 at 8:31 PM, iRage said:

Well...depends on the number of the G....but for the most part, if the vehicle has a chip in the windscreen or a serious crack on it...the G value will be high and the car's Auction Grade significantly goes down as per Japanese regulation any vehicle with a crack or significant chip on the windshield means the car is NOT roadworthy. The same applies for certain other glasses as well.

Like R grade noh? however my dealer said that we dont have to worry about G type of damage since the auction grade of the car is 4 or 4.5

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1 hour ago, shehan1111 said:

Like R grade noh? however my dealer said that we dont have to worry about G type of damage since the auction grade of the car is 4 or 4.5

which is somewhat true. if the G is high (like a big crack), then the car won't have a 4.5 auction grade

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