Mint condition? More like: Damaged, wound back and overpriced!
This vehicle was advertised to be in “mint condition” but we tracked down the auction sheet, which reveals that it has an RA condition rating due to accident damage.
The dealership also claims a low mileage of “genuine 66,000 km” which they can document with the export certificate. Looking at the auction sheet, it does get interesting: According to the inspector’s report there was a cluster change in 2008 when the odometer reading was already up to 151,536km.
Because this happened in 2008, a long time before the car was exported it does not show in the export certificate. The export certificates only state the odometer readings of the last two registration points (2 and 4 years before the date of export).
The moral of the story: Do not only rely on the information of the export certificate, order an auction history check as well.