Should you Choose Diesel or Petrol when Buying an Exjap?

diesel vs petrol

The diesel vs petrol question has been around for quite some time. However, when it comes to exjaps, the question becomes even more pertinent. When buying a car from Japan via Be Forward or any of the other popular used Japanese car websites, one of the questions that you are likely to ask yourself is, … Read more

Manual vs Automatic Transmissions Pros and Cons

manual vs automatic transmission vehicles

Should I buy a manual or automatic transmission vehicle For one reason or the other, Zimbabweans are addicted to manual transmission vehicles. The situation is such that having a manual transmission is actually a selling point for used car salesmen in the country. However, over the past few years, with the proliferation of used Japanese … Read more

Motor Vehicle Registration Requirements in Zimbabwe

Motor Vehicle Registration Requirements in Zimbabwe

Now that your car has arrived in Zimbabwe after the long journey from Japan, you may be wondering about the motor vehicle registration requirements that apply in Zimbabwe. If you are still wondering at what vehicle to buy, check out the stock that’s on Be Forward. You are guaranteed to get whatever it is that … Read more

Best Mileage on a Used Japanese Vehicle

best mileage on a used Japanese Vehicle

Generally speaking, the lower a vehicle’s mileage, the better. You can check out some of the low priced cars that are available on Beforward, one of the top Japanese car exporters, by following the provided link. Now, when it comes to Africa, all things general become complicated, with the result that those that are looking … Read more

3 Advantages of having an Exjap Delivered to Harare

Advantages of having an Exjap Delivered to Harare

Harare Deliveries for Used Japanese Cars A number of delivery choices are available for those that are looking to buy used Japanese vehicles. This is something on which we have previously dwelt on this blog. We mentioned, then, that there is really no need for Zimbabweans to have their cars delivered to Dar El Salaam. … Read more