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Used Nissan Leopard 1998 for sale (1 Result)

PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
1998
May
18,000
km
2,500
cc
Grade
R
US$4,318
US$5,993

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Buying Guide

Welcome to CAR FROM JAPAN, one of the biggest and most trust-worthy Japanese used car platforms. The fact that you are choosing CAR FROM JAPAN shows that you are a very smart shopper! We have plenty of Used 1998 Nissan Leopard for sale, with a variety of prices, mileage, colors and options for you to choose. Where are our cars from? We are entrusted by hundreds of major Japanese used car exporters across Japan, who share with us the vision of bringing high-quality Japanese used cars to the world with affordable prices. In this article, we would like to share with you the tips for buying Japanese used 1998 Nissan Leopard for sale from Japan.

Finding a 1998 Nissan Leopard low cost will be easier than ever with this guide:

Step 1: Setting up your total budget

Buying a car means you have to pay not only for the car but also for many extra fees like tax, periodic maintenance fee, registration fee …. Therefore, you need to fix your total budget (including all of these fees) to avoid overspending at the beginning.

Step 2: Looking at a wide range of 1998 Nissan Leopard price, comparing the prices and the conditions of each

When buying Used 1998 Nissan Leopard for sale , many people think the cheapest car is the best deal but in some cases, it is not true. Check whether or not the car is in bad condition like high mileage, bad accident history or worn out tires,... If not, you might have to spend too much money on maintaining it in the future. So our tips for you is to check the condition of the car carefully and don't hesitate to pay more if the car is in good condition.

Step 3: Hunting for a promotion

Hunting for a car in promotion period is a smart way that many buyers do to save their money but still get their desired car. If the 1998 Nissan Leopard used/second hand price you want to buy is a little bit higher than your budget, why don't you buy it with a discount coupon?

Advice for Buying a low mileage 1998 Nissan Leopard.

Buying a 1998 Nissan Leopard best mileage within your budget can be a real challenge. But, before thinking about high mileage or low mileage, make sure the car mileage is not manipulated. Actually, by importing cars directly from Japan, you can minimize this risk. How? One way is to check the export certificate of the car, if the mileage shown in the car is less than the mileage written on the export certificate, that means the mileage has been re-wired. Another way is to ask for the auction sheet of the car (80% of the Japanese used cars for export have auction sheets). If the odometer has been rewired, it will be indicated clearly in the auction sheet.

Note: If you buy a car from a local showroom, there will be no way to check the export certificate or auction sheet of the car anymore, meaning, you cannot really check the authenticity of the mileage anymore.
After you have picked a list of options and checked the authenticity of the mileage of those cars, put more priority on the cars which have lower mileage.

How to get the Best gas mileage 1998 Nissan Leopard?

The two main factors regarding 1998 Nissan Leopard fuel consumption are driving habits and maintenance quality. If you hurry and accelerate rapidly from a stop sign, you are killing your fuel efficiency. In fact, any rushed driving like following too closely, driving or passing rapidly does terrible things to a car's mileage. Increasing the gas mileage is very simple, just leave home 10 minutes earlier than usual and drive gently. Also, changing oil and sending your car to maintenance shop regularly will surely improve your fuel efficiency.

What you need to look also is the engine size. In general, the smaller engine is more fuel efficient. It usually consumes less fuel to run the engine at idle, during acceleration, deceleration, and cruising phases than a larger engine. The larger engine is also heavier, and that increases rolling resistance.

If you are looking for a best mpg 1998 Nissan Leopard, CAR FROM JAPAN has plenty of stocks for you to choose from.

Advice for choosing the car that truly fits you.

While thinking of Buying an old 1998 Nissan Leopard, also remember to answer this basic question: Who will drive this car?

You alone, or you with your family, or your personal driver?

- If you drive alone, then focus on the features that bring the most enjoyable and pleasant driving experience, such as, the navigation, the back camera, upgraded sound systems, etc.

- If you often carry your family, you would add some requirements to make the passengers comfortable too, like AC for the back seats, roomy interior, safe airbags.

- And if it is your personal driver who mainly drives your car? Well, if you have a personal driver, I guess you have a financially successful life, and you want to show your status, too. The leather seats, wooden panel, big tires, beautiful alloy wheels, rear spoiler or body kit would do very well at this mission.

Does the current car match your purpose? If yes, go ahead and click Inquire Now. If no, check for more Nissan Leopard until you find a great one.

Why we should buy Japanese cars for sale ?

As we all know, Japan is a technologically advanced country which is home to best quality cars ever made. Thus, cars made in Japan always have an excellent technology and quality.

Japanese people don't like second-hand items and put very little value on used stuff so you can buy a used car from Japan at a very cheap price.

There is a huge range of public transportation options in Japan, therefore most of people often use public transports instead of private vehicles to commute. Cars are usually used on the weekend. That is why the cars of the same age in Japan have lower mileage compared to those in other countries.

While drivers from the USA, UK or many other countries often maintain their car at home, Japanese car owners don't do the same thing. In Japan, people usually send their car to a garage, making sure that their car always receives a professional maintenance.

Due to a strict environmental law in Japan, even some old cars are still in good condition but they are not allowed to run on the road anymore. Additionally, the fee for keeping them or throwing them away is extremely expensive so many Japanese people are willing to sell their old car at a very low price.

Thus, if you are looking for a Used 1998 Nissan Leopard for sale, buying it directly from Japan is such a good deal.

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