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Vehicle Report









2014

NISSAN PATROL XE




36,000 KM







Report for
John Doe
Email
john.doe@gmail.com
Phone number
050-1234567
Report Number
AEI20150614T102507
Report Date
6/14/2016 12:00:00 AM

Report Number: AEI20150614T102507

  • 2014 NISSAN PATROL
  • VIN: JN8AY2NY2E9094509
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iconSpecifications

Summary
  • img JN8AY2NY2E9094509
  • img 2014
  • img NISSAN PATROL XE
  • img SUV
  • img 5.6 L
  • img GCCSpecifications
  • img 36,000 km
  • img 1 years
Assembly
Model Year 2014
Make NISSAN
Model PATROL
Trim XE
Vehicle Age (Years) 1
Engine
Emission Standard Euro 4
Engine Number VK56 128096A
Engine Size 5.6 L
Engine Size (cc) 5552
Engine Size (ci) 338.8
Engine Configuration V Engine
Engine Code VK56DE
Engine Type V8
Engine Version Unknown
Engine Head DOHC
Engine Valves 32
Engine Cylinders 8
Engine Power Horsepower 400
Engine Power Kilowatts 299
Turbo N
Body
Vehicle CLass Light Vehicle
Body Type SUV
Vehicle Colour White
No. of Doors 5
No. of Seats 8
Fuel Type Petrol
Vehicle Condition Very Good
Manufacturer
Manufacturer Nissan Motor Co Ltd
Region of Manufacturer Asia
Country of Assembly Japan
Plant Nissan
Region GCC
Drive
Transmission AUTOMATIC
No. of Gears 6
Driveline ALL WHEEL DRIVE
Steering Type Left Hand Drive
Mileage 36,000 km

iconImported Identification

Summary

GCC Specifications

An Imported Vehicle, often more specifically referred to as a “Grey Import”, is a New or Used vehicle that has been legally imported to the UAE from another country through channels other than the manufacturers’ official distribution system.

Vehicles can legally be imported to the UAE from anywhere in the world, with very little restriction on the condition or specifications of the vehicle.

Many vehicles which are imported to the UAE were not originally built by the manufacturer to be driven in the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) area and may not be built to be driven in such hot, dusty climates. These are commonly referred to as Non-GCC specification.

1 out of every 9 vehicles in the UAE have been Imported from outside of the GCC and are equipped as Non-GCC specification. These vehicles come with certain differences, compared to GCC spec vehicles that are sold by the official distributors, these include:

  • You should expect to pay more for your Motor Insurance Policy.
  • Some Insurance Companies may place restrictions on what coverage you may get, for example limiting you to non-agency repair or only offering you 3rd Party Insurance.
  • Official dealerships in the UAE may not offer repairs on the vehicle, or may not stock some of the required parts, resulting in additional costs of repairing.
  • Over 58% of all Imported Vehicles have previously been involved in major damage, resulting in the vehicle being declared as Total Loss, Salvage, Junk, Flooded, Fire, Written Off or such.

CarReport offers a critical tool to prospective buyers to check whether any imported records are found on this vehicle in order to avoid any unpleasant surprises later, therefore potentially saving you thousands of dirhams.

Country Status Description
flag Russia icon No records found
flag Germany icon No records found
flag France icon No records found
flag United States of America icon No records found
flag Canada icon No records found
flag Japan icon No records found
flag South Korea icon No records found
flag China icon No records found
flag GCC icon Record Found - GCC Specifications
Disclaimer

This CarReport vehicle history report is based only upon the information available to CarReport, which may have been provided by third parties. Other information about this vehicle, including any import/export actions, damage or problems may not have been reported to CarReport. Use this CarReport vehicle history report as one important tool, along with vehicle inspections, test drives and discussions with the seller, to make a better, more informed decision about your next car purchase.

iconTitle / Total Loss Records

Summary

No Title Detected

No records found

Title brands indicate whether a new or used vehicle has sustained damage or might be potentially unsafe to drive. If a vehicle's title has been "branded," it is an official designation, usually made by a government agency and should appear on the vehicle's title paperwork. Neither individuals nor private companies can brand titles.

Private Companies, along with Government agencies, can also declare certain major events on vehicles which can indicate significant previous damage to the vehicle, for example an Insurance Company may declare a vehicle “Total Loss” if they deem that the vehicle cannot be repaired, or it was not economical to repair the vehicle.

In the UAE, 1 out of 20 vehicles have previously been assigned a Title brand or declared as Total Loss.

It is absolutely critical that every purchase of a new or used vehicle should under-go a CarReport Vehicle History report to check for any Titles or Total Loss instances declared against the vehicle.

Bear in mind that a Titled vehicle, such as a “Salvage” car, may appear to be a tremendous bargain, often purchased for less than 50% of the value of a clean vehicle, but extensive checks and research into the vehicle’s history should be carried out by knowledgeable professionals to understand the quality of repairs carried out and the current safety rating of the vehicle.

In the UAE, certain Titles recorded against a vehicle may mean that the car cannot be registered In the UAE, 1 out of 20 vehicles have previously been assigned a Title brand or declared as Total Loss.

Problem Checks This section lists our checks for potential problems related to the title
Flood damage A flood damage record means the vehicle damaged by freshwater flood (or it is unknown whether the damage was caused by fresh water or salt water). iconNo problems found!
Fire damage A fire damage record means that the vehicle was damaged by fire. iconNo problems found!
Hail damage Vehicle damaged by hail. iconNo problems found!
Salt water damage Vehicle damaged by saltwater flood. iconNo problems found!
Vandalism Vehicle damaged by vandals. iconNo problems found!
Kit A Vehicle that has been built by combining a chassis with a different (non-matching VIN) frame, engine, and body parts. The VIN on the chassis is used as the vehicle\s VIN. iconNo problems found!
Dismantled The vehicle can only be sold as parts and can not be legally driven. iconNo problems found!
Junk The vehicle is incapable of safe operation for use on the roads or highways and has no resale value except as a source of parts or scrap, or the vehicle\s owner has irreversibly designated the vehicle as a source of parts or scrap. This vehicle shall never be titled or registered. Also known as non-repairable, scrapped or destroyed. iconNo problems found!
Rebuilt The vehicle, previously branded "salvage", has passed anti-theft and safety inspections, or other jurisdiction procedures, to ensure the vehicle was rebuilt to required standards. Also known as prior salvage (salvaged). iconNo problems found!
Reconstructed A vehicle that has been permanently altered from original construction by removing, adding, or substituting major components. iconNo problems found!
Salvage: Damage or Not Specified Any vehicle which has been wrecked, destroyed or damaged, to the extent that the total estimated or actual cost of parts and labor to rebuild or reconstruct the vehicle to its pre-accident condition and for legal operation on roads or highways exceeds a jurisdiction-defined percentage of the retail value of the vehicle. The retail value of the vehicle is determined by a current edition of a nationally recognized compilation (to include automated data bases) of retail values. Salvage--Damage or Not Specified also includes any vehicle to which an insurance company acquires owner- ship pursuant to a damage settlement, or any vehicle that the vehicle\'s owner may wish to designate as a salvage vehicle by obtaining a salvage title, without regard to extent of the vehicle\'s damage and repairs, or any vehicle for which the jurisdiction cannot distinguish the reason the vehicle was designated salvage. iconNo problems found!
Test Vehicle The vehicle is built and retained by the manufacturer for testing. iconNo problems found!
Refurbished Any vehicle modified by the installation of a new cab and chassis for the existing coach which has been renovated, resulting in a vehicle of greater value or a vehicle with a new style. iconNo problems found!
Collision Vehicle damaged by collision. iconNo problems found!
Salvage Retention The vehicle is branded salvage and is kept by the owner. iconNo problems found!
Prior Taxi Vehicle previously registered as a taxi. iconNo problems found!
Prior Police Vehicle previously registered as a police vehicle. iconNo problems found!
Original Taxi Vehicle is currently registered as a taxi. iconNo problems found!
Original Police Vehicle is currently registered as a police vehicle. iconNo problems found!
Remanufactured Vehicle was reconstructed by the manufacturer. iconNo problems found!
Gray Market Vehicle was manufactured for use outside of the United States and has been brought into the United States. Brand \'22\' has been replaced by brands \'45\' and \'46\', as of 6/25/01. iconNo problems found!
Warranty Return Vehicle returned to the manufacturer because of a breach in the warranty. iconNo problems found!
Antique The vehicle is over 50 years old. iconNo problems found!
Classic The vehicle is over 20 years old and adheres to other jurisdiction-specific criteria, e.g., vehicle make, condition, etc. iconNo problems found!
Agricultural Vehicle The vehicle will primarily be operated on private roads for agricultural purposes. iconNo problems found!
Logging Vehicle The vehicle will primarily be operated on private roads for logging purposes. iconNo problems found!
Street Rod The vehicle has been modified to not conform with the manufacturer\'s specifications, and the modifications adhere to jurisdiction-specific criteria. iconNo problems found!
Vehicle Contains Reissued VIN The chassis VIN has been reissued, i.e. the same VIN is reused. iconNo problems found!
Replica A vehicle with a body built to resemble and be a reproduction of another vehicle of a given year and given manufacturer. iconNo problems found!
Totaled A vehicle that is declared a total loss by a jurisdiction or an insurer that is obligated to cover the loss or that the insurer takes possession of or title to. iconNo problems found!
Owner Retained A vehicle that has been declared by the insurance company to be a total loss but the owner maintains possession and ownership of the vehicle. iconNo problems found!
Bond Posted The insurance company has issued a bond on the vehicle because the ownership of the vehicle cannot be proven; this allows the vehicle to be sold and titled. Note: This brand is not valid after January 17, 2003. iconNo problems found!
Memorandum Copy The title document is a facsimile title and not the active (original or duplicate) title document. iconNo problems found!
Parts Only The vehicle may only be used for parts. This code is no longer used, use \07 - Dismantled\. iconNo problems found!
Recovered Theft The vehicle was previously titled as salvage due to theft. The Vehicle has been repaired and inspected (or complied with other jurisdiction procedures) and may be legally driven. iconNo problems found!
Undisclosed Lien The vehicle has entered the titling jurisdiction from a jurisdiction that does not disclose lien-holder information on the title. The titling jurisdiction may issue a new title without this brand if no notice of a security interest in the vehicle is received, within a jurisdiction defined timeframe. Note: This brand is not valid after January 17, 2003. iconNo problems found!
Prior Owner Retained A vehicle that was previously branded owner retained and was sold. The new owner\s title contains this brand. iconNo problems found!
Vehicle Non-conformity Uncorrected A non-safety defect reported to the jurisdiction by the vehicle manufacturer remains uncorrected. iconNo problems found!
Vehicle Non-conformity Corrected A non-safety defect reported to the jurisdiction by the vehicle manufacturer has been corrected. iconNo problems found!
Vehicle Safety Defect Uncorrected A safety defect reported to the jurisdiction by the vehicle manufacturer remains uncorrected. iconNo problems found!
Vehicle Safety Defect Corrected A safety defect reported to the jurisdiction by the vehicle manufacturer has been corrected. iconNo problems found!
VIN Replaced VIN replaced by a new state assigned VIN. A title should not be issued for the VIN. This brand can be issued for rebuilt vehicles. iconNo problems found!
Gray Market: Non-compliant Vehicle was manufactured for use outside the United States and has been brought into the United States. The vehicle is not in compliance with applicable federal standards. iconNo problems found!
Gray Market: Compliant Vehicle was manufactured for use outside the United States and has been brought into the United States. The vehicle is in compliance with applicable federal standards. iconNo problems found!
Manufacturer Buy Back A vehicle that has been bought back by the manufacturer under jurisdiction -defined regulations or laws, such as lemon laws. For example, the manufacturer could be obligated to buy back the vehicle when a specified number of repair attempts fails to correct a major problem on a new vehicle, or if a new vehicle has been out of service for repair for the same problem for a cumulative period of 30 days or more, within one year of purchase. iconNo problems found!
Former Rental Vehicle has been used as a rental vehicle. iconNo problems found!
Salvage: Stolen Any vehicle the reporting jurisdiction considers salvage because an insurance company has acquired ownership pursuant to a settlement based on the theft of the vehicle. iconNo problems found!
Salvage: Reasons Other Than Damage or Stolen Any vehicle the reporting jurisdiction considers salvage based on criteria, such as abandonment, not covered by the Salvage-- Damage or Not Specified and Salvage--Stolen brands. Note.--Percent of damage is not reported with brand code 50. iconNo problems found!
Disclosed Damage The vehicle has sustained damage to the extent that the damage is required to be disclosed under the jurisdiction\s damage disclosure law. iconNo problems found!
Prior Non-Repairable / Repaired A vehicle constructed by repairing a vehicle that has been destroyed or declared to be non-repairable or otherwise declared to not be eligible for titling because of the extent of damage to the vehicle but has been issued a title pursuant to state law after falling within this criterion with this brand on the face of the certificate of title. iconNo problems found!
Crushed The frame or chassis of the vehicle has been crushed or otherwise destroyed so that it is physically impossible to use it in constructing a vehicle. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Actual The true mileage for the vehicle. The odometer has not been tampered with, reached its mechanical limits, or been altered. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Not Actual The odometer reading is known to be other than the true mileage for the vehicle. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Tampering Verified Odometer tampering verified - The odometer reading is known to be other that the true mileage for the vehicle, due to tampering. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Exempt from Odometer Disclosure The vehicle falls within criteria that allow it to change ownership without disclosure of the odometer reading. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Exceeds Mechanical Limits The odometer reading is less than the true mileage of the vehicle because the odometer can not display the total number of true miles. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: May be Altered The titling authority has reason to believe that the odometer reading does not reflect the true mileage of the vehicle because of an alteration to the odometer. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Replaced The odometer in the vehicle is not the odometer put in the vehicle when manufactured. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Reading at Time of Renewal The odometer reading was recorded when the registration was renewed. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Discrepancy The titling authority has reason to believe that the odometer reading does not reflect the true mileage of the vehicle because of known previous recorded values of odometer for the vehicle. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Call Title Division The titling authority knows of some problem with the odometer reading that it cannot print on a title. Titling authority will discuss the problem (manual process) with authorized inquirers. iconNo problems found!
Odometer: Exceeds Mechanical Limits Rectified A state other than the brander corrected brand 72. iconNo problems found!
Disclaimer

This CarReport vehicle history report is based only upon the information available to CarReport, which may have been provided by third parties. Other information about this vehicle, including any import/export actions, damage or problems may not have been reported to CarReport. Use this CarReport vehicle history report as one important tool, along with vehicle inspection’s, test drives and discussions with the seller, to make a better, more informed decision about your next car purchase.

iconAccident History

Summary
  • Number of Accidents: 3
  • Structural Damage: No records found
  • Recalls: No records found
3

3 Accidents Detected

Accidents Detected

Purchase of a vehicle is often the 2nd most expensive purchase a person makes in their life, behind only property. As such, trust and confidence is a key component to a smooth transaction on any vehicle purchase. As a buyer, it is critical that you feel confident in your purchase before parting with large sums of money and that you believe the information being given to you by the seller.

Identified by CarReport Vehicle History reports, 1 out of 3 cars in the UAE has previously been involved in 1 or more accidents.

In a recent survey on 100 vehicles carried out by CarReport it was identified that less than 10% of all sellers of Used Cars declared that accidents had occurred when asked by a potential buyer. Consider that the current owner may not have been involved in any accidents, but it is possible that the previous owner did.

If a vehicle sustains damage, it’s value drops permanently, regardless of what repairs might have been carried out to repair the vehicle. If you later want to sell your car, especially to a dealer, you will almost certainly have to accept a lower price than if your vehicle had not been involved in any accidents, even if the vehicle is in good condition.

How much the trade-in value of your vehicle decreases after an accident depends on the type and amount of damage, the age and make of the vehicle and the quality of repairs. According to the ABC News article “Been in a car wreck?” this can be as much as 33%.

CarReport has the most comprehensive database of accidents in the UAE, with access to millions of accidents across the entire UAE.

Index
1
Date
8/5/2014 12:00:00 AM
Location
Dubai
Total Loss
No
Index
2
Date
12/2/2015 12:00:00 AM
Location
Sharjah
Total Loss
No
Index
3
Date
3/23/2016 12:00:00 AM
Location
Dubai
Total Loss
No
 
 

Disclaimer

This CarReport vehicle history report is based only upon the information available to CarReport, which may have been provided by third parties. Other information about this vehicle, including any import/export actions, damage or problems may not have been reported to CarReport. Use this CarReport vehicle history report as one important tool, along with vehicle inspection’s, test drives and discussions with the seller, to make a better, more informed decision about your next car purchase.

iconCarReport Mileage Analysis

Summary
  • Average mileage: 50,000 km
  • Mileage you indicated: 36,000 km
  • Deviation: -28.00 %
  • Over 20% lower mileage than average

The average mileage CarReport calculated for this 2014 NISSAN PATROL is approximately 50,000 kilometers. You indicate this car has driven 36,000 kilometers .

This is -28.00 % lower than average, this might seem very positive but lower than average. A close examination of why this mileage is so low should be done.

If you want to be 100% sure regarding the condition of the car have a comprehensive test at RTA approved testing centre.

Mileage has a big impact on safety and values. Look at CarReport for tips and tricks to recover the real mileage.

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iconVehicle Valuations

Summary
  • Recommended Showroom Price: 136,900 AED
  • Recommended Consumer Price: 109,520 AED
  • Recommended Trade-In Price: 95,830 AED

Definitions

A vehicle in Excellent condition means that for all visible purposes the vehicle looks like it could be new, is evaluated to be in excellent mechanical condition and does not require any reconditioning. There has never been any re-painting or body work undertaken on the car, and remains free of rust. Under the bonnet the car should be in impeccable order, clean, no leakages of fluids and visibly in perfect condition. There should also be a complete, and verifiable, service history of the car, on time at reputable dealers.

A vehicle in Good condition means that the vehicle does not have any major defects, although minor cosmetic blemishes may be present in either the paint, body or interior. There should be no major mechanical problems. There should be no, or minor, rust present. Servicing should be at least partly present, and tire tread should have substantial life remaining. Most vehicles will fall into the Good category and will require minor reconditioning by the dealer to be sold at retail.

A vehicle in Average condition should be in reasonable running condition, without any major structural or mechanical damage/failings. It may require some minor mechanical work or have minor cosmetic defects, and may require servicing. An average condition car will require some work carried out by a professional to either the paint, body and/or interior, whilst the tires may need to be replaced. There may be visible presence of rust, but that can be repaired.

Poor is generally the lowest classification of vehicle conditions, accounting for those cars with severe mechanical and/or major cosmetic defects, resulting in poor running condition. Problems with the vehicle may not be easily fixed, such as a damaged structural frame or a rusted-through body. A vehicle branded a title (such as Salvage or Flood) or with a mileage history that cannot accurately be accounted for is considered Poor. A vehicle in poor condition may require an independent assessment by a qualified inspector in order to determine it’s exact value.

Showroom Price

Dealer price or retail price is the price you should expect to pay if buying from a licensed new-car or used-car dealer. A dealer will meticulously prepare a car for re-sale. This will involve a degree of refurbishment, if required, a mechanical check and normally a service. The dealer will also provide a warranty. Buying a car from a used-car dealer is reassuring and you have someone to turn to if there is a problem. Therefore the price is higher than buying directly from a consumer.

Recommended Showroom Price
Excellent condition 157,435 AED
Good condition 136,900 AED
Average condition 123,210 AED
Poor condition 102,675 AED
Consumer Price

Consumer price or private sale price is the price you should expect to pay if you were buying from an individual. A private seller is hoping to get more money than they would with a trade-in to a dealer. A private buyer is hoping to pay less than the dealer retail price. The lower price might be more appealing but there is warranty and some redress if there is a problem if you pay a bit more and buy from a dealer.

Recommended Consumer Price
Excellent condition 125,948 AED
Good condition 109,520 AED
Average condition 98,568 AED
Poor condition 82,140 AED

Trade-In Price

Dealer trade-in price or part exchange price is the price you should expect to receive from a dealer if you trade in a car. The trade in price might be higher if you buy another car at that same dealer.

Recommended Trade-In Price
Excellent condition 110,204 AED
Good condition 95,830 AED
Average condition 86,247 AED
Poor condition 71,872 AED

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  • NISSAN PATROL XE
  • JN8AY2NY2E9094509
  • 2014
  • 5.6 L

Consumer price or private sale price is the price you should expect to pay if you were buying from an individal. A private seller is hoping to get more moneyv than they would with a trade-in to a dealer. A private buyer is hoping to pay less than the dealer retail price. The lower price might be more appealing but there is warranty and some redress if there is a problem if you pay a bit more and buy from a dealer. Consumer price or private sale price is the price you should expect to pay if you were buying from an individal.

Consumer price or private sale price is the price you should expect to pay if you were buying from an individal. A private seller is hoping to get more moneyv than they would with a trade-in to a dealer. A private buyer is hoping to pay less than the dealer retail price. The lower price might be more appealing but there is warranty and some redress if there is a problem if you pay a bit more and buy from a dealer. Consumer price or private sale price is the price you should expect to pay if you were buying from an individal.

Vehicle Value

AED

136,900 AED

Down payment

AED

27,380 AED

Loan amount

AED

109,520 AED

Duration

Months

48 Months

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  • JN8AY2NY2E9094509
  • 2014
  • 5.6 L

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The CarReport database is the most comprehensive vehicle history database in The Middle East, containing over 6 million records included in each CarReport to reveal important information about a car’s history, such as accidents, odometer reading, or past registration as a fleet vehicle. CarReport may not include every event in a vehicle’s history, but will include the data that is reported to CarReport for a specific vehicle identification number (VIN).

Before you buy a used car, we recommend that you get a CarReport, take a test drive, and have the vehicle inspected by a qualified mechanic.

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However, we do not have all accidents as many have never been reported, or may only have been reported to a source to which CarReport does not have access. We recommend that any car must be inspected by a qualified mechanic prior to purchase to make sure the vehicle is functioning properly and check for signs of unreported damage.

I know this vehicle has had an accident. Why isn’t it listed on the CarReport?

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