Oh dear, remember the promotional ‘Woody’ Nissan Cube we found for sale a few months ago? Turns out this Woody has been a little bit busier than first expected…
Sadly for the people trying to sell it, it’s popped up on the Japanese History Check Facebook page, a page where you definitely do not want your pride and joy to be shown.
Because the crew there love exposing dodgy dealers who like to wipe a bit of history off their cars, lower km car examples being more popular and able to be sold at higher prices.
And unless there just happens to be a couple of cars that look exactly the same, shot at the same location and both for sale, I’d say there’s a lot more going on here than first meets the eye..
What’s a mere 50,000km between buyer and seller hey?
Luckily Japanese History Check provide a paid service in cases of ‘That amount of mileage seems a little too good to be true’ and you can find out more by checking out their website. While it may take a little time for them to unearth your potential next vehicles important history, It’s a little more piece of mind when you’re thinking of bringing your dream car over from Japan. ( I have a suspicion that I would’ve been in for a few nasty surprises if I ran a check like this years ago on my old Mazda RX7 – I could only imagine what was showing on the original auction sheet…)