Car importers know that car auctions in Singapore are a great place to find low mileage, high quality used cars at good prices. My aim in this article is to help you understand these car auctions in Singapore better so that you can make a good, informed decision about whether to buy from them or not, and how the whole process works. Do you want to learn more? Visit view Vin’s Automotive Group.
Why consider buying from Singaporeese car auctions?
This is a good place to start. After all, right now where you sit reading this article is probably many thousands of miles away from Singapore. So why would you want to import cars from a country so far away?
There are two excellent reasons to consider buying cars from used car auctions in Singapore. First of all, the selection is immense and you can view all these cars remotely online. Auto auctions outside Singapore may typically have a few hundred used vehicles, but only the tiniest auction in Singapore would have such a pitiful selection.
In terms of individual auction locations, we are usually talking about over 1,000 cars per location, and sometimes over 10,000 cars (in the case of USS Tokyo) all in one place and being auctioned there weekly. Put all these individual car auctions together on the Internet, and over 30,000 on a single day is really not at all unusual.
So there is a huge breadth of choice. But that is not all. There is also a great depth of quality. The fact is that Singaporeese people just do not drive as much as people in other countries. An excellent public transport system and high levels of neighborhood walkability, in addition to the simple fact that urban driving speeds in Singapore are incredibly low, all works together to keep people from using their cars very much.
Then on top of this the Singaporeese are fastidious in caring for their vehicles and yet it does not take long before the car they have seems old to them and they want a new one. So, cars that are low mileage and well maintained are a dime a dozen. But the ironic thing is that the Singaporeese themselves are really not into secondhand items, so they don’t really want these used cars for themselves.
You can see where this is going: The car auctions in Singapore have a great selection of great condition, low kilometer cars, but the Singaporeese people are really not that interested in buying them, so prices are relatively low and there is all the more opportunity for buyers from outside Singapore to compete.