Today, as one of the premier used Japanese car exporters in the country, we thought it would be interesting to talk about Japanese automakers themselves. For example, have you ever wondered how the Japanese say what we know as “Mazda,” or what “Nissan” actually means? Here’s a little Japanese lesson then, centered on popular Japanese automakers.
The compact crossover SUV is designed to seamlessly blend a traditional saloon with an SUV. The melding creates a mixture of daily utility and mild off-road capabilities, yet leaves drivers with a more refined driving experience of a car.
They seamlessly blend the utility of a sedan with the capabilities of an SUV, offering better fuel economy than their truck-based predecessors. Here are our top 10 picks.
In these modern times, when people buy something or want to purchase any products, they always go for the best brand. It’s also the same for cars, people want the best quality, features, efficiency, and affordability. The Japanese car brands are arguably one of the best in the automotive industry. They are reliable, dependable, and … Read more
A tractor is an engineered vehicle purposely designed to haul machinery or a trailer that is used in agriculture, construction, or mining. It is popularly used in farming to provide power and traction for agricultural or various tasks and delivers high torque at a slow speed. One of the most commonly known and popular tractors … Read more
The Toyota Coaster, Mitsubishi Rosa, Nissan Civilian, and Hino Rainbow are 4 of the most popular buses to help you kick-start your passenger transport business. Whatever you pick, all are easy to maintain and have admirable fuel economy. The wide availability of spare parts also endears these Japanese secondhand buses to many businesses. With road … Read more
Would you like to drive a car and save money at the same time? Driving does not have to be expensive—not when you can drive a car that has been designed to run at the lowest cost! Keep reading to discover 5 of the top cheapest fuel-efficient cars available at BE FORWARD.
Buying a truck is an important decision for many kinds of businesses. There are many things to consider, but one that is often considered above all others is price. What might come as a surprise is that there are many high-quality, low-cost used trucks that you can buy right now for under $3,000!
Whether you are starting a business or are expanding an established one, a secondhand truck is what you need to take your company to the next level. To get you started, here are 5 of the best used trucks you can buy on BE FORWARD for under $3,000.
When buying a used car from Japan, important points to consider include the availability of spare parts, its fuel consumption, specifications, and, to a certain extent, appearance. While a number of cars may first come to mind—such as the Toyota Vitz, Honda Fit or Nissan X-Trail—there are a number of “hidden gem” vehicles which serve these needs just as well. Here, we highlight 6 used Japanese cars that deserve a second look!
For the men and women tasked with buying a dependable truck that their workers can use every day, much more thought has to go into every commercial truck they consider. People like you have to consider a truck’s cargo capacity, towing capacity, cab size, engine size, fuel type, a truck’s reputation for durability, and whether the truck is an economic purchase.
There are dozens of commercial truck nameplates screaming for the attention of every purchasing agent. At BE FORWARD, we have nearly 1,000 in stock. Even with 1,000 units in our inventory, there are several that we feel are versatile enough to meet the needs of a wide array of buyers. Let’s have a look at 5 commercial used trucks that may well meet your needs.
While buying a used car is thrilling, it’s important to keep in mind its “true cost.” The true cost of owning a car includes not only the vehicle itself, but also any payments you have on a loan, yearly registration fees, fuel, insurance premiums, and maintenance and repairs. Here, we want to focus on a single aspect of the true cost of car ownership: maintenance and repairs. More specifically, we are going to look at five vehicles that have low maintenance and repair costs.