This caught my eye as it was Black but on closer inspection..it’s an import 🙄
Not sure where you got that from Bob, but the BCA grades are the other way round, and from past experience, really to be taken with a pinch of salt, anything from a 3 down to 5
Understanding the Auction GradeThe Auction Grade represents the overall condition of the vehicle. In general, this information will help you determine how much money you need to spend to make the car fit for trade sales. The grades range from 2 to 6, but 5 to 3 is the standard in most auction houses. Here is a description of the various grades:
- Grade 6 or S – In most cases, cars with this grade are brand new. In some instances, demo vehicles (even with 2000 km of mileage) are given this grade as long as the plastic on the seats is intact.
- Grade 5: Good as new.
- Grade 4.5: Slightly used condition.
- Grade 4: Used condition with minimal blemishes.
- Grade 3.5: Good condition with noticeable imperfections.
- Grade 3: Possible light damage with average condition marks.
- Grade 2: May have been through an accident; poor condition.
- Grade R or RA: Vehicles with this grade are newer used cars from Japan that have been repaired or heavily modified.
Lovely car, looks splendid 👌
Looks a nice car and got a good stance and non skinny latte wheels 👍This SC caught my eye today …none standard colour , nice wheels & lowered…do like a biscuit interior..very very tidy .
history check says the cars is red..so it’s had a repaint , mot advise rear shocks damp, guess they are coilovers 🤔
cap missing on drivers door hand. Could of had a change of tailpipe or a full exhaust .
price based on current values seems very good 👍🏻
Tuf 3 had that biscuit interior and was very pleasant place to be 🤗That applies to most SCs, what makes this nice for you?????...... oh the light and airy interior 😎
Whats your name nic lolLooks good and cheap in the current market, wonder what the underside looks like?