Auction Hall Sheet

Auction Hall Sheet Guide

On all auction sheets you will see an auction grade for the vehicle. The independent inspectors in Japan who grade the vehicles ensure absolute reliability. The interior and exterior are given grades.


6 or higherVehicle is as new. Usually only given to vehicles that have never been driven.
5Vehicle is in near new condition. All original body parts. No repair needed on vehicle. Usually only given to vehicles less than 3 years old. Bodywork in top condition.
4.5Vehicle is in excellent condition. If it has had repair it was done very well. Very few slight scratches or dents. Nothing major at all.
4Vehicle in overall good condition, few scratches and dents due to normal wear and tear as you would get with any normal vehicle.
3.5Vehicle has a few scratches or dents visible to the eye. One or 2 panels on vehicle may have been replaced but has been done to an acceptable standard. The grade is usually given to a vehicle in average condition.
3Various scratches or dents, some paint blemishes.
RAVehicle has been in minor accident. It has been repaired to an acceptable standard.
 An auction grade 1 vehicle does NOT always mean it is a bad vehicle. Under the following circumstances it is given this grade:

1) Vehicle has been modified with performance upgrades such as aftermarket turbo.

2) Auto transmission converted to manual transmission. See auction sheet text translation for confirmation of this.

3) Flood damage. See auction sheet text translation for confirmation of this.
******* SPECIAL SECTION ********
A, 0 or RA is a vehicle which has been in an accident where some parts have been repaired or replaced.
****Accident damaged vehicle however has not been repaired. Vehicle may have engine problems.


AImmaculate condition
BVery good condition, very little dirt.
CSlightly dirty, will need to be cleaned to bring up to a good standard.
DDirty vehicle, some wear on interior. Cleaning needed.