Namibia Car Import Export

Namibia Car Import and Export from Thailand, Australia, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore

Thailand #1 Hilux Exporter to Namibia in Southern Africa has Toyota Hilux Revo Namibia and Toyota Hilux Vigo Namibia on sale. Australia, UK, Dubai Exporter to Namibia

Namibia Continent: Africa Namibia Region: Southern Africa Namibia RHD/LHD: Namibia is a Right Hand Drive Country.
Namibia Currency: Namibian dollar Namibia Currency Code: NAD Namibia GDP Per Capita PPP: $11,300.00
Namibia Country Abbreviation: NA Namibia Dialing Code: +264 Namibia UTC Time Offset: +02:00
Major Cities in Namibia Windhoek Windhoek Rundu Oshakati
Major Ports in Namibia Walvis Bay Luderitz
Google Map Namibia

Namibia top Toyota Hilux Importer Exporter from Thailand, Australia, UK and DubaiToyota Hilux Toyota Pickup is the best selling pickup car in Windhoek, Namibia and all across Africa. Toyota Hilux is world’s most popular pickup truck because of its indestructibility, great looks and luxury feel. The same reasons make Hilux especially Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand and Toyota Hilux Vigo Thailand popular in Namibia. Hilux popularity is not limited to Windhoek but it is also popular in Windhoek, Rundu and Oshakati. Jim is not just Thailand top car exporter to Namibia but also Australia car exporter to Namibia, United Kingdom car exporter to Namibia and Dubai UAE car exporter to not just Namibia but Southern Africa and Africa as well. Jim is Namibia Car Import and Export expert from Thailand, Australia, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.

Information about Namibia in Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/namibia has the following to say about Namibia:

Namibia (German: About this sound Republik Namibia (helpúinfo); Afrikaans: Republiek van Namibi‰), is a country in southern Africa whose western border is the Atlantic Ocean. It shares land borders with Zambia and Angola to the north, Botswana to the east and South Africa to the south and east. Although it does not border Zimbabwe, less than 200 metres of the Zambezi River (essentially a small bulge in Botswana to achieve a Botswana/Zambia micro-border) separates the two countries. Namibia gained independence from South Africa on 21 March 1990, following the Namibian War of Independence. Its capital and largest city is Windhoek, and it is a member state of the United Nations (UN), the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the African Union (AU), and the Commonwealth of Nations.

Namibia, the driest country in Sub-Saharan Africa, was inhabited since early times by the San, Damara, and Nama peoples. Since about the 14th century, immigrating Bantu peoples arrived as part of the Bantu expansion. Since then the Bantu groups in total, one of which is known as the Ovambo people, have dominated the population of the country and since the late 19th century, have constituted a majority.

In 1878 the Cape of Good Hope, then a British colony, had annexed the port of Walvis Bay and the offshore Penguin Islands; these became an integral part of the new Union of South Africa at its creation in 1910. In 1884 the German Empire established rule over most of the territory as a protectorate (Schutzgebiet). It began to develop infrastructure and farming, and maintained this German colony until 1915, when South African forces defeated its military. In 1920, after the end of World War I, the League of Nations mandated the country to the United Kingdom, under administration by South Africa. It imposed its laws, including racial classifications and rules.

From 1948, with the National Party elected to power, South Africa applied apartheid also to what was then known as South West Africa.

In the later 20th century, uprisings and demands for political representation by native African political activists seeking independence resulted in the UN assuming direct responsibility over the territory in 1966, but South Africa maintained de facto rule. In 1973 the UN recognised the South West Africa People’s Organisation (SWAPO) as the official representative of the Namibian people; the party is dominated by the Ovambo, who are a large plurality in the territory. Following continued guerrilla warfare, South Africa installed an interim administration in Namibia in 1985. Namibia obtained full independence from South Africa in 1990. However, Walvis Bay and the Penguin Islands remained under South African control until 1994.

Namibia has a population of 2.6 million people and a stable multi-party parliamentary democracy. Agriculture, herding, tourism and the mining industry ? including mining for gem diamonds, uranium, gold, silver, and base metals ? form the basis of its economy. The large, arid Namib Desert has resulted in Namibia being overall one of the least densely populated countries in the world.

Namibia Import Rules and Regulations

Please note that the information below is dated and given only as a starting point for your research. Please re-investigate with relevant authorities when planning your purchase. When your research is complete, please contact Jim as Jim is the leader in Namibia car import and export and we can supply full range of vehicles to you.

Used Car Restriction in Namibia

According to new rules, the age limit on imported second-hand vehicles has now been raised to 8 years.

Inspection Restriction in Namibia

No pre-shipment inspection required.

Required Documents when importing in Namibia

  • Import permit
  • Passport
  • Invoice
  • Registration papers
  • Original Bill of Lading (BOL). The BOL should determine the Chassis, brand, model and year of manufacturing of the vehicle.

Import Duty in Namibia

Please note that the information below is dated and Import duty and other taxes and dues are being revised so please check current duty and inform us so we may update this information.

Import Regulations in Namibia

Imported vehicles may only be sold or disposed in Namibia only after 24 months from the date of importation. Only RHD allowed

Duty free importation of only one motor vehicle per family is allowed if owned and used at least 1 year prior to shipment.

The used car exporter should have been the owner of a vehicle for 12 months or more before importing the vehicle to Namibia, otherwise duties and taxes will be applicable.

VAT is always payable. If a new immigrant, the buyer must be in possession of a permanent resident’s permit, when stopped for customs examination. It is advisable not ship the vehicle until the buyer is in possession of an import permit.

Diplomats are exempted from the payment of duties and taxes.
Vehicles are not allowed into Namibia on a work permit. A residence permit is required.

Temporary residents have to pay a provisional payment covering full duties to be lodged with Namibian Customs which is refunded when the vehicle leaves Namibia within one year of its importation. For temporary residents, the Import Permit is not applicable if the vehicle is re-exported within 1 year.

Transportation and Car Import Info for Namibia for Diplomats

This information is written for American diplomats primarily but is valid for all diplomats and non-profit NGO employees:
Embassy personnel have no special problems licensing and registering their vehicles. U.S. driver’s licenses are valid in Namibia, and no other licenses (such as the AAA international driver’s license) are needed. Unleaded and leaded gasoline and diesel fuel are always available in Windhoek. Unleaded gasoline is not always available in some remote areas of Namibia.
Roads in Windhoek are paved and kept in excellent condition. Main roads linking cities and towns are generally paved, undivided roads with one lane in each direction. Rural roads are largely gravel, although well maintained. Four-wheel-drive is not needed for most driving in Namibia, but the more adventurous may find it helpful for some rural driving conditions. Certain roads in Windhoek and elsewhere in Namibia flood briefly during the rainy season, which can make high ground clearance a useful feature.
Traffic moves on the left (non-American) side of the road, so cars made for local conditions are right-hand drive (steering wheels on the right side of the car). A variety of new and used right-hand-drive vehicles are available locally and from South Africa, Japan, or Europe. Toyota, Isuzu, Mazda, Nissan, Honda, Volkswagen, Chrysler, Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Ford, and Chevrolet have dealerships in Namibia. Many vehicles, such as most sport-utility vehicles, are more expensive than comparable models in the U.S. Some vehicles, such as Mercedes and BMW; can be less expensive than U.S. models. Local vehicles are not built to U.S. specifications and are not suitable for importation to the U.S.
A significant proportion of Embassy employees ship left-hand-drive (American-style) cars and encounter few problems driving them in Namibia, thanks in part to Windhoek’s low-volume traffic and Namibia’s open roads. Left hand drive vehicles may be imported into Namibia, but may not be sold to Namibians as they cannot be registered locally. Therefore all left-hand-drive vehicles will have to be exported or sold to another diplomat.
Namibia currently allows duty-free entry and registration of two vehicles per Embassy family. There are some indications that duty-free entry may be restricted to one vehicle in the future.
Repair and maintenance services are roughly equivalent to those in the U.S. for vehicles purchased locally or from Europe and Japan. Authorized dealers are generally willing and able to perform maintenance and repair on corresponding U.S.-purchased models, although exceptions and problems sometimes occur. For U.S.-purchased models that do not have local dealer representatives, it may be necessary to provide garages with repair manuals and/or parts.
Employees must obtain Chief of Mission (or designee) permission to sell vehicles.
By Namibian law, vehicles must be in Namibia at least 2 years before they may be sold. For employees whose tours are curtailed, the Embassy can generally obtain a waiver of this requirement. Namibia attaches several other requirements — including police checks and roadworthiness tests — to the resale of vehicles. No taxes or duty are charged on the resale of a vehicle to persons with tax-free status. It is generally easier to sell right-hand drive vehicles.
Third-party-liability insurance (covering the cost of repairs to the other vehicle if you are responsible for causing an accident) is required and available locally for about US$120 per year. More comprehensive coverage is available from local or U.S.-based insurers.
Rental cars are readily available, but rather expensive compared to the U.S.
Local Transportation Last Updated: 2/4/2005 2:30 PM
American personnel generally find it essential to have a personal vehicle, and many families have two vehicles. Although public transportation exists and is inexpensive, it generally does not meet the needs of American personnel. Public transportation consists of municipal buses, private buses, and taxis. Municipal and private buses link the city with the Katutura and Khomasdal townships and run limited routes through Windhoek. Taxis can be hired at the various taxi stands throughout Windhoek, but their use is not recommended.
“Radio” taxis ordered by phone are safer than those hired on the street. Passengers must be sure to ask the rate when calling for the taxi and to confirm the price with the driver prior to entering the taxi.
Namibia has over 26,710 miles in the national road network, of which some 3,381 are paved. Roads are generally undivided and straight, open, and monotonous, with one lane in each direction and little shoulder. Four-wheel drive is not necessary for most of Namibia’s roads, but is helpful for exploring the bush, the desert, and the mountains.
Main roads from Windhoek to the principal towns are paved, as are the roads linking Windhoek with the South Africa, Angola, and Botswana borders. Secondary roads are gravel, but generally well graded and well maintained. Gravel roads can become rough or corrugated, especially toward the end of the rainy season. The coast has “salt” roads — a foundation of gypsum, which is soaked with brine and compacted to form a surface as hard and smooth as tarmac, but extremely slippery when moistened by the frequent coastal fogs.
Driving outside of Windhoek requires caution and prudence. The narrowness of roads and the lack of shoulders cause many head-on and rollover accidents. Gravel roads can be deceptively smooth, causing drivers to exceed safe speeds and resulting in loss of control of the vehicle. Curves on gravel roads should be approached and negotiated at reduced speeds, even in the absence of warning signs. Rental car rates in Namibia are high, in large part due to the frequency with which drivers severely damage rental vehicles on gravel roads. Animals (wildlife and livestock) are a serious danger on open roads, especially when curves or high grass limit visibility. Either hitting or swerving to avoid animals can cause serious accidents, so reduce speed to provide for a reasonable response time. Driving at night is strongly discouraged, as darkness compounds the hazards of driving in Namibia — few roads are lit, other vehicles often lack working lights, and animals become more active.
Regional Transportation Last Updated: 2/4/2005 2:31 PM
Namibia has 1,400 miles of rail lines; the main lines link Windhoek to Walvis Bay, Swakopmund, and Gobabis, Otavi to Grootfontein, Otjiwarango to Outjo, and Keetmanshoop to Luderitz. Few passenger trains operate, but poor-quality passenger cars are often attached to freight trains that move between these towns. A luxury train service runs between Windhoek and Swakopmund; it is a 24-hour trip each way with several tourist excursions en route. Buses and trucks serve centers that do not have rail links, but are unsafe and operate unreliably. Inexpensive and safe bus service operates between Windhoek and the Namibian coast, Cape Town, and Johannesburg.
Windhoek has two airports: Eros Airport is a small domestic airport on the south side of town offering commercial and charter service to various cities and towns in Namibia.
Hosea Kutako International Airport is about 30 minutes east of Windhoek, and offers service to Frankfurt and Munich, Germany; London, England; Luanda, Angola; Gaborone and Maun, Botswana; Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe; Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa and various destinations within Namibia. Several airlines have daily flights to Johannesburg and Cape Town. From Johannesburg there are frequent flights to the U.S., Europe, Asia, South America, and other African countries. Lost baggage and baggage theft are recurring problems in Johannesburg, so travelers are advised to pack and safeguard their luggage accordingly. Cape Town offers service to a smaller number of international destinations. South African Airways has a code share agreement with Delta Airlines and has daily flights connecting Johannesburg to New York and Atlanta. Delta code share flights from Cape Town to Ft. Lauderdale and Atlanta are available, but less frequent. Lufthansa Airways has a code share agreement with United Airlines to fly daily from Johannesburg to New York and Washington, D.C. via Frankfurt, Germany. Air Namibia and LTU also have flights in and out of HKIA.

Hilux Lovers in Namibia love Toyota Hilux Revo. Namibia Car Import and Export from Thailand, Australia, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore

Best value for your money for your car purchase in NamibiaSome reasons that made Hilux a runaway success in the world are the 3 Rs: Hilux Robustness, Hilux Reliability and Hilux Resale Value. Hilux Namibia is no exception. Hilux is as comfortable driving in Windhoek as it is in Windhoek and Rundu. It is great value for money and at Jim Autos Thailand, Jim Autos Australia, Jim Autos NZ, Jim Autos UK and Jim Autos Dubai you get even more value for your money by purchasing Hilux at the cheapest price in the world. Remember, if you did not buy at Jim, you paid too much. No one can beat our quality vehicle at our price. Customers in Namibia Import and Export Hilux and full range of Right hand drive vehicles from Jim branches Thailand, Australia, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.

Toyota Hilux is also best suited to weather of Namibia. It is therefore no surprise that there are so many Hilux admirers and owners in Namibia and many of them proud customers of Jim. A lot of Hilux is imported in Namibia every year and Jim has carved a significant mindshare in Namibia, Southern Africa and Africa.

Shipping to Namibia via roro and container

Roll on Roll off service to Namibia not always available and is not as safe as containerThere are two main ways to have your vehicle shipped to Namibia aboard a ship. The first of these is RORO, short for Roll-on/Roll-off, wherein a vehicle is driven on and off the ship by means of a ramp. This is the least expensive shipping method in some cases but when roro ships are scarce, this option may be more expensive than container shipping but is still preferred because of the ease of processing the vehicle upon its arrival in Namibia.

container transport safest transport option to NamibiaContainer shipping is safer because the vehicle is packed in a container so no chance of pilfering on either of the ports. The container is hoisted on and off the ship while in port by a crane that carefully moves it from the dock to ship and vice versa. We can generally pack one unit in a 20 ft. container, two units in a 40 ft and three units in a 40′ HIQ container.

New Toyota Hilux For Sale in Namibia and Used Toyota Hilux For Sale in Namibia, Price and Pictures

Toyota Hilux Revo Rocco on Sale in Namibia at Jim Autos Thailand RHD LHD Buy new 2018, 2019, 2020 Toyota Hilux Namibia and Buy Second Hand Toyota Hilux In Namibia at Rockbottom Prices from Jim Autos. Toyota Hilux Namibia is always on sale at Jim. New Toyota Hilux Revo is the best selling Toyota Hilux in Namibia. Toyota Hilux Revo Single Cab Namibia, Toyota Hilux Revo Smart Cab Namibia and Toyota Hilux Revo Double Cab Namibia are on sale at Jim as are the specially accessorized models Toyota Hilux Revo Rocco Smart Cab Namibia and Toyota Hilux Revo Rocco Double Cab Namibia.

The Indestructible Hilux Namibia On Sale at Thailand Hilux Exporter and Thailand Hilux Dealer

Hilux Namibia is indestructible as proven by Top GearTop Gear once attempted to destroy a 1988 diesel model by crashing it into a tree, assaulting it with a wrecking ball, submerging it in the ocean and setting it on fire but no luck, Hilux kept on humming. It is that robust because Toyota Hilux Namibia is built on a steel frame and can haul up to 1450 kg of load, the 4WD Toyota Hilux Toyota Pickup has protection plates in the bottom to protect the major components. Down below we outline the top ten reasons for buying a Hilux in greater details.

Car exporter of full range of vehicles to Namibia

Jim exports not just Toyota Hilux Toyota Pickup but full range or vehicles to Namibia and Africa. Here are some vehicle types we export:

  • Right Hand Drive Classic and luxury cars
  • Right Hand Drive Two door and four door Hatchback (car with rear door that opens upwards), sedans (car with a four doors and typical trunk), coupes (closed car with a fixed roof) and convertible/cabriolet/roadster
  • Right Hand Drive Pickup Trucks, Sports utility vehicles (SUV), Multi-purpose Vehicles (MPV), crossover SUV (that combines features of an SUV with a hatchback) and all terrain vehicles (SUVs & ATVs)
  • Right Hand Drive Electric and alternative energy vehicles
  • Right Hand Drive Collections and dealership inventory
  • Right Hand Drive Recreational vehicles (RVs), motor homes and fifth wheels
  • Right Hand Drive Privately owned vehicles (POVs) for military
  • Right Hand Drive vehicles and heavy equipment. Construction and mining equipment
  • Right Hand Drive Light Duty, Medium Duty and Heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles
  • Motorcycles, scooters and sport bikes
  • Yachts, boats and other watercraft

Thailand Car Exporter of Hilux to Namibia, Thailand New Hilux Exporter in Namibia and Thailand used Hilux Exporter in Namibia, Import Hilux to Namibia, Export Hilux to Windhoek, Namibia.

Land Cruiser, Prado and other high end SUV in stock for NamibiaJim is number 1 exporter of Thailand Japanese new vehicles and Thailand Japanese used vehicles. In addition to Toyota Hilux, we export full range of vehicles including Car, 4×4 Pickup, 4WD SUV, MPV, Minivan, Luxury Marque, Light-duty, medium-duty and heavy-duty commercial Trucks, small and large Buses, boats, Forklift, Construction and Farm Machinery, Generators, Tyre and Part to Namibia, Southern Africa and Africa from Thailand, Australia, Singapore, Japan, UK, Hong Kong, Dubai UAE, United States, Western Europe and Canada.

Jim is top new and used car dealer and exporter. Thailand Car Exporter to Namibia supplies full range of Thailand vehicles to Namibia including pickup trucks as Toyota Hilux Revo, Toyota Hilux Vigo, Nissan Navara, Chevy Colorado, Isuzu Dmax and Ford Ranger, Sport Utility Vehicles as Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, Ford Everest and Isuzu MUX, Minivans as Toyota Hiace Commuter and Nissan Urvan and Commercial trucks and large buses from Mitsubishi Fuso, Isuzu Trucks and Hino Trucks. Jim s also Australia car exporter to Namibia, Dubai UAE Car Exporter to Namibia.

Toyota Hilux Revo Rocco Namibia On SaleToyota Hilux including Toyota Hilux Revo is our best selling vehicle. Hilux is powerful, sturdy, durable, maneuvrable and good looking especially the new Toyota Hilux Revo with Toyota Tacoma like grill is selling like hotcakes and Jim is Toyota Pickup Expert and no one sells more Hilux than Jim companies. Toyota Hilux Revo Rocco is especially very popular with the customers all over the world and customers in Africa including Namibia. New Hilux Revo Rocco is very popular but if your budget does not allow it then we can convert an older Revo into Rocco.

Export of Right hand drive vehicles and Right hand drive Hilux to Namibia from Jim branches in Thailand, Australia, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore

Namibia is a Right Hand Drive Country and we export full range of Right hand drive vehicles from Thailand, Australia, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore. We find the very best new vehicles and the very best used vehicles. Jim exports not just cars but also spare parts, accessories and specialized equipment. Jim has been exporting high quality Thailand vehicles, Australian vehicles, Japanese vehicles, UK vehicles, Dubai vehicles and United States vehicles at affordable cheapest prices. We export to 100 plus countries and we ship vehicles quickly and efficiently and all our used vehicles are thoroughly reconditioned before their export.

Japanese import cars to Namibia, Japanese cars for sale from Thailand, Japan, Australia and Dubai, Japanese new cars, Japanese used cars, Japanese import cars for sale, Japanese used cars for sale, Japanese vehicles in Thailand, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Dubai UAE

Construction equipment and mining equipment for Namibia on saleNamibia is a Right Hand Drive country so we export mostly Right hand drive vehicles from Jim Autos branches in Thailand, Australia, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore. Jim exports full range of vehicles to customers in Windhoek and other cities of the country including Windhoek, Rundu and Oshakati from Car auction, Automobile dealer, Used car dealer, companies and single owner. Whether you are looking for Thai new car, Thai used car, Australia new car, Australia used car, Japanese used car, Truck, Bus, 4×4, dumper forklift, cherry picker, heavy/construction equipment, caravan, hybrid car, buy a car, coupe in Namibia, Jim is the most trusted source. Governments, militaries, embassies and non-profit organizations the world over and in Namibia rely on Jim.

New Toyota Hilux Exporter to Namibia and New Toyota Hilux Dealer to Namibia

Thailand, Australia, UK, Dubai Car Exporter Dealer to NamibiaYou can buy a Toyota Hilux in Namibia car bazar or email Jim at jim12cars@gmail.com or send a WhatsApp message or call us at +66-89-106-5701 for car import and car export of new and used Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand and Toyota Hilux Vigo Thailand as well as Toyota Hilux. Among Thai Car exporters to Namibia, Australian car exporters to Namibia, Dubai car exporters to Namibia and Japanese car exporters to Namibia, Jim stands out tall. Jim is the leader of Thai Car dealers, doyen of Japan car dealers, forerunner of Dubai care dealers and leading light of Australian Car Dealers. Our prices are the cheapest and the best and our vehicles of superior most quality.

Used Car Exporter to Namibia and Used Car Dealer to Namibia

Even though we are Toyota Hilux experts, we offer full range of vehicles from Sedans, 4×4 Pickups, 4WD SUVs, Station Wagons, Hatchbacks, Four Wheel Drive vehicles, Minibus, Trucks, Buses, Motorbikes, Convertible, Damaged Vehicles, ATV, Heavy Machinery & Equipment, Boats / Jet Skis, Panel Vans / Maxis, Minivans, Spare Parts, Vehicle Accessories to customers in Namibia, Southern Africa and Africa.

Top Ten Reason to buy a Toyota Hilux Revo Namibia Thailand, Toyota Hilux SR5 Namibia Australia, Toyota Hilux UK or Toyota Hilux LHD Namibia Dubai

Here are some of the reasons why Toyota Hilux Toyota Pickup remains the best selling pickup in Namibia:

  1. Indestructible: Hilux Namibia is built on a steel frame so very hard to destroy it. Not only customers in Namibia, Southern Africa or Africa rely on it but the whole world is crazy for Hilux. It can survive drowning, being burnt and being thrown.
  2. Robust: It is a robust truck that can take a lot of punishment and a lot of various climates and even war and come unscathed. Its strong ladder chassis makes Hilux one of the strongest pickup around. Hilux Braked towing capacity can go up to 2500kg. HiLux is a true workhorse and can haul up to 1405kg in the tray itself. Underneath, 4×4 versions come with a number of heavy-duty protection plates shielding the major components.
  3. Best Value for your money: Hilux pricing is competitive with all its rivals but in the long run its reliability and availability of cheap parts and easy repairability makes it the best value for the money.
  4. Safety: Hilux has a slew of passive safety and active safety features that make it one of the safest truck around. It has many braking technologies, seatbelts and a number of airbags. Top end of Hilux Revo Namibia comes with anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic brake distribution (EBD), brake assist (BA), traction control (TC), and vehicle stability control (VSC) to allow you to come a full stop quickly.
  5. User Friendliness: Every Toyota vehicle is made with user convenience and comfort in mind and Toyota Hilux is no exception. There are storage options all through the vehicle and from door controls to steering controls everything is at your fingertips.
  6. Comfort: Whether seating is fabric or leather you sink into the comfortable seat. No matter where you drive it in offroad, deserts, fields, farms, rough terrain, city roads or motorways it still drives beautifully and you are still comfortable. The new Eighth Generation Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand is even more comfortable than Toyota Hilux Vigo.
  7. On Road and Off Road King: No matter where you are driving on rough terrain or a smooth road, your driving experience is wonderful. Hilux is not father’s pickup. It feels like you are driving a luxurious sedan but with all the power of a pickup truck. Its ladder frame chassis, comfortable seating and powerful rear suspension gives a smooth ride in all driving circumstances.
  8. Parts, Accessories and Service: Since Toyota Hilux is available in every country of the world its parts and accessories are inexpensive compared to prices of other pickup trucks. Servicing is also easy because most mechanics in the world know how to fix a Hilux even in remote corners of Namibia and Africa so it is quite inexpensive to get it repaired if it needs some TLC.
  9. Powertrains: Toyota Hilux is offered in diesel 2400 cc and diesel 2800 cc and in some markets in 2700 cc petrol/gasoline.
  10. Variety: Toyota Hilux Thailand, Toyota Hilux UK and Toyota Australia are offered in a variety of models in Single Standard Cab, Extra Smart Cab and Double Cab in both two wheel drive and four wheel drive.

Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Models Available for Quick Export to Namibia

Cab Type 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Models for Namibia
Single Cab 4×4 2017 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2800 cc J Diesel 4×4 5M GUN126R-BTFXHT
Single Cab 4×2 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2400 cc J SWB Diesel 4×2 5M GUN112R-BTMLYT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2700 cc J Petrol 4×2 5M TGN121R-BTMXKT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2400 cc J LWB Diesel 4×2 PLUS 5M GUN122R-BTMXYTWB
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2800 cc J LWB Diesel 4×2 PLUS 5M GUN123R-BTMLYT
Smart Cab 4×2 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc J Diesel 4×2 PLUS
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2700 cc J Petrol 4×2 PLUS
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel 4×2
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc G Diesel 4×2
Smart Cab Prerunner 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc J Diesel Prerunner Plus
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2700 cc E Petrol Prerunner
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner Plus
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner Plus Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc G Diesel Prerunner
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc G Diesel Prerunner Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2800 cc G Diesel Prerunner
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc Diesel Prerunner Rocco
Smart Cab 4×4 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel 4×4 Manual
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 Manual
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 Manual Rocco
Double Cab 4×2 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc J Diesel 4×2 Manual PLUS
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Diesel 4×2 Manual GUN122R-DTMSYT
Double Cab Prerunner 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc J Diesel Prerunner Manual PLUS
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner 6 Manual GUN125R-DTFSHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Plus Diesel Prerunner 6 Manual GUN125R-DTFSHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc G Diesel Prerunner 6 Manual GUN135R-DTFMHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2700 cc E Petrol Prerunner 6 Auto TGN136R-DTTSKT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto GUN135R-DTTSHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Plus Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc G Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto GUN136R-DTTHHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto Rocco GUN136R-DTTHHT
Double Cab 4×4 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Diesel 4×4 Manual
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 6Manual GUN126R-DTFHHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 6Auto GUN126R-DTTHHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 6Manual Rocco GUN126R-DTFHHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 6Auto Rocco GUN126R-DTTHHT

Easy Steps to buy your Toyota Hilux Revo/Vigo or any other car from Jim for Namibia

Ordering from Jim is quite easy, here are five easy steps to get your vehicle to your door step.

  1. Selection, Invoice and Payment
    • You Email us at jim12cars@gmail.com or call/WhatsApp/Viber at +66-89-106-5701 to indicate which vehicle you are most interested in new or used, it does not have to be a Toyota Hilux Revo, we sell full range of RHD and LHD vehicles from Thailand, Australia, Dubai UAE, UK, Hong Kong, Japan, Europe and USA.
    • We give you the pricing of your chosen vehicle.
    • Once you agree on a vehicle we send you a proforma invoice via email
  2. Payment, Documentation and Shipping
    • You pay for the vehicle via wire transfer (Telegraphic Transfer) and send us a receipt.
    • We obtain export documentation and load the vehicle in the earliest vessel heading your way to Namibia
  3. Drafts and Pictures Emailed
    • We send you loading pictures and email you draft BL and draft Commercial invoice and your ship schedule.
    • You alert us in advance if you require any specific documents
  4. Documents Couriered
    • Documents are couriered out to your address in Namibia
  5. Vehicle Arrival, Clearance and Registration
    • Vehicle arrives in Namibia and you work with your Customs agent to clear the vehicle.
    • You have been in touch with your Customs clearance agent before you started the purchasing process so you are aware of the procedure and all involved costs.
    • Once the vehicle is cleared you pick up the vehicle and get it registered.

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