Venezuela Car Import Export

Venezuela Car Import and Export from Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe

Thailand #1 Hilux Exporter to Venezuela in South America has Toyota Hilux Revo Venezuela and Toyota Hilux Vigo Venezuela on sale. Australia, UK, Dubai Exporter to Venezuela

Venezuela Continent: Americas Venezuela Region: South America Venezuela RHD/LHD: Venezuela is a Left Hand Drive Country.
Venezuela Currency: Venezuelan bolívar Venezuela Currency Code: VEF Venezuela GDP Per Capita PPP: $12,100.00
Venezuela Country Abbreviation: VE Venezuela Dialing Code: +58 Venezuela UTC Time Offset: −04:00
Major Cities in Venezuela Caracas Maracaibo Maracay Valencia
Major Ports in Venezuela Puerto Cabello La Guaira Cumana (Puerto
Sucre)
La Salina
Google Map Venezuela

Venezuela top Toyota Hilux Importer Exporter from Thailand, Australia, UK and DubaiToyota Hilux Toyota Pickup is the best selling pickup car in Caracas, Venezuela and all across Americas. 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 Venezuela. Hilux popularity is not limited to Caracas but it is also popular in Maracaibo, Maracay and Valencia. Jim is not just Thailand top car exporter to Venezuela but also Australia car exporter to Venezuela, United Kingdom car exporter to Venezuela and Dubai UAE car exporter to not just Venezuela but South America and Americas as well. Jim is Venezuela Car Import and Export expert from Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe.

Information about Venezuela in Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/venezuela has the following to say about Venezuela:

Venezuela (Spanish: Rep£blica Bolivariana de Venezuela), is a federal republic on the northern coast of South America, consisting of a continental land and a large number of small islands and islets in the Caribbean Sea, whose capital and largest urban agglomeration is the city of Caracas. It has a territorial extension of 916,445 km2 (353,841 sq mi). The continental territory is bordered on the north by the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Colombia, Brazil on the south, Trinidad and Tobago to the north-east and on the east by Guyana. With this last country, the Venezuelan Government maintains a claim for Guayana Esequiba over an area of 159,542 km2 (61,600 sq mi). For its maritime areas, it exercises sovereignty over 71,295 km2 (27,527 sq mi) of territorial waters, 22,224 km2 (8,581 sq mi) in its contiguous zone, 471,507 km2 (182,050 sq mi) of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean under the concept of exclusive economic zone, and 99,889 km2 (38,567of mi) continental shelf. This marine area borders those of thirteen States. The country has extremely high biodiversity and is ranked 7th in the world’s list of nations with the most number of species. There are habitats ranging from the Andes Mountains in the west to the Amazon basin rain-forest in the south via extensive llanos plains, the Caribbean coast and the Orinoco River Delta in the east.

The territory now known as Venezuela was colonized by Spain in 1522 amid resistance from indigenous peoples. In 1811, it became one of the first Spanish-American territories to declare independence which was not securely established until 1821, when Venezuela was a department of the federal republic of Gran Colombia. It gained full independence as a separate country in 1830. During the 19th century, Venezuela suffered political turmoil and autocracy, remaining dominated by regional caudillos (military strongmen) until the mid-20th century. Since 1958, the country has had a series of democratic governments. Economic shocks in the 1980s and 1990s led to several political crises, including the deadly Caracazo riots of 1989, two attempted coups in 1992, and the impeachment of President Carlos Andr‚s P‚rez for embezzlement of public funds in 1993. A collapse in confidence in the existing parties saw the 1998 election of former coup-involved career officer Hugo Ch vez and the launch of the Bolivarian Revolution. The revolution began with a 1999 Constituent Assembly, where a new Constitution of Venezuela was written. This new constitution officially changed the name of the country to Rep£blica Bolivariana de Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela).

Venezuela is a charter member of the UN, OAS, UNASUR, ALBA, Mercosur, LAIA and OEI. The country is a federal presidential republic consisting of 23 states, the Capital District (covering Caracas), and federal dependencies (covering Venezuela’s offshore islands). Venezuela also claims all Guyanese territory west of the Essequibo River, a 159,500-square-kilometre (61,583 sq mi) tract dubbed Guayana Esequiba or the Zona en Reclamaci¢n (the “zone under dispute”). Venezuela is among the most urbanized countries in Latin America; the vast majority of Venezuelans live in the cities of the north, especially in the capital (Caracas) which is also the largest city in Venezuela.

Oil was discovered in the early 20th century and, today, Venezuela has the world’s largest known oil reserves and has been one of the world’s leading exporters of oil. Previously the country was an underdeveloped exporter of agricultural commodities such as coffee and cocoa, but oil quickly came to dominate exports and government revenues. The 1980s oil glut led to an external debt crisis and a long-running economic crisis. Inflation peaked at 100% in 1996 and poverty rates rose to 66% in 1995 as (by 1998) per capita GDP fell to the same level as 1963, down a third from its 1978 peak. The recovery of oil prices in the early 2000s gave Venezuela oil funds not seen since the 1980s. The Venezuelan government then established populist social welfare policies that initially boosted the Venezuelan economy and increased social spending, temporarily reducing economic inequality and poverty. However, such populist policies later became inadequate, causing the nation’s collapse as their excesses?including a uniquely extreme fossil fuel subsidy?are widely blamed for destabilizing the nation’s economy. The destabilized economy led to a crisis in Bolivarian Venezuela, resulting in hyperinflation, an economic depression, shortages of basic goods and drastic increases in unemployment, poverty, disease, child mortality, malnutrition and crime. By 2017, Venezuela was declared to be in default regarding debt payments by credit rating agencies. In 2018, the country’s crisis was exacerbated by extreme hyperinflation, with estimates suggesting an inflation rate of 1,000,000% by the end of the year.

Venezuela 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 Venezuela car import and export and we can supply full range of vehicles to you.

Used Car Restriction in Venezuela

Inspection Restriction in Venezuela

Required Documents when importing in Venezuela

  • Export certificate
  • Commercial Invoice
  • Bill of Lading

Import Duty in Venezuela

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 Venezuela

Transportation and Car Import Info for Venezuela for Diplomats

This information is written for American diplomats primarily but is valid for all diplomats and non-profit NGO employees:

The primary highway street system in Venezuela is good, but often poorly marked, particularly in residential areas of cities. All major routes and connecting roads are paved. Driving in Venezuela is a challenge; careful and defensive driving is recommended. Large potholes and protruding manhole covers are plentiful and drivers do not generally obey traffic signals or move in any predictable fashion. Mountain roads, and some main roads, suffer from landslides and washouts during the rainy season. Many roads, including the Caracas-La Guaira (airport) highway, have poor quality surfacing and can be extremely slippery and hazardous when wet. It is best to have doors locked and windows closed to prevent unexpected theft at red lights or traffic jams. Gas stations and garages can be found throughout the country. Unleaded gasoline is available.

Most people consider a car to be essential in Caracas, although taxis and “por puestos”, or small public buses are plentiful. Furthermore, the subway is good and fairly safe to use. Extra caution should be exercise at Subway station entrances. Traffic is usually heavy both during the week and on weekends when leaving the city. Traffic within the city is normally lightest on Sundays, which is a good time to get to know the city. Parking can be very difficult, particularly in older sections, but parking garages exist in many areas of the city. Bicycles and motorbikes are problematic due to the steep hills and heavy traffic. Most apartment buildings used by the Embassy provide lockable parking for their tenants. Traffic moves on the right side of the road. Due to the heavy traffic and scarce parking, compact or medium-sized cars are most suitable. However, your car needs to have sufficient power to navigate up the steep winding roads that are ever present in much of Venezuela.

A simple, easily serviced car is best. In determining whether to bring a new car to post, please consider that the road conditions are very hard on vehicles. You may prefer to sell your vehicle here rather than ship it to your next post after its exposure to the mad conditions in Caracas. It may be difficult to obtain parts for cars here, and prices tend to be higher than in the Washington area. Replacement parts for standard transmissions (which wear out in the heavy stop-and go traffic) are almost impossible to obtain locally. Automatic transmissions are recommended. Air-conditioning is recommended. Rules governing free importation of automobiles into Venezuela are as follows: The Chief of Mission may import up to two personal vehicles every 3 years, one of which must be a make and model that assembled in Venezuela. These vehicles can only be sold or transferred after they have been in the country 3 years or when the Ambassador is transferred. The amount of tax to be paid if a vehicle is sold is computed on a sliding percentage scale. Other diplomatic personnel and career consular officers may import and sell one motor vehicle of any make or model every 3 years or at time of transfer, vehicle is sold. All personnel must request and obtain a written clearance from post before shipping any vehicle. For the latest list of approved models, contact either the post management officer (PMO) at State or the General Services Office at post. The list is subject to change. Gasoline is very inexpensive here and is priced uniformly at all stations. High-octane gas and excellent oil are sold at all filling stations. Service station attendants expect tips. Unleaded gasoline was introduced to Venezuela in October 1999. Unleaded gasoline will become increasingly more prevalent at gas stations throughout the country. Therefore, there is no longer any need to remove catalytic converters or modify oxygen sensors. Remove tools, radios, cigarette lighters, windshield wipers, hub caps, stereo equipment, easily removed speakers, and other removable parts and ship separately whenever feasible, due to the possibility of pilferage. It may be difficult to obtain parts for cars here, and prices tend to be much higher than in the Washington area.

Bring spare parts, particularly special or fast-wearing parts, as local spare parts are often costly, of inferior quality, and are often unavailable. The roads are very hard on tires; accordingly, bringing extra spare tires is advisable. Personnel accredited to the host government, both diplomatic and non-diplomatic, are not charged for vehicle license plates or registration. A minimal inspection fee is charged for registration of cars. The Embassy assists all personnel to obtain valid Venezuelan drivers’ licenses, though at the present time, use of a valid American drivers license suffices, though for 1 year only. Documents needed are a valid passport, carnet, two photos, a copy of a valid stateside license, and a health certificate that is obtained at special locations throughout Caracas. The current fee for all this is exonerated. Once all this is obtained, it is presented to the Shipping & Customs Section, which will then compose a letter to the Foreign Ministry to obtain the license.

All drivers must have third-party liability insurance purchased in Venezuela. Minimum third-party insurance costs about $110 yearly. Comprehensive and collision coverage, with a deductible, costs between $200 and $600 a year, depending on the make and size of the automobile and number of cylinders. There is a quirk, however, in local insurance policies; unless your entire car is stolen, you do not get paid for any stolen parts. Therefore, many employees prefer to obtain collision and comprehensive coverage through U.S. firms. Given the rise in crime in Caracas, we recommend that POV owners obtain theft insurance through U.S. insurance companies. To import and register a privately owned vehicle with the Venezuelan Vehicle Registration Office, the Embassy needs the title and original bill of sale. The car market in Venezuela is volatile and dependent on a fluctuating exchange rate. However, vehicles are generally more expensive than in the U.S. You may be able to purchase a vehicle at a more reasonable price from someone leaving post; check the Embassy paper (the Turpial) and with the CLO. Before deciding whether to bring your own car or buy one locally, it would be best to confirm the market. Though they are scarce during rush hours and late at night, several taxi companies have dispatcher service. Most taxis do not have meters, so fares should be negotiated prior to travel. Fares are currently inexpensive compared to those in Washington, D.C. There is a minimum charge, and tips are not generally expected, though tipping is becoming more expected than previously. Prices increase with the lateness of the how, the holiday seasons, and for out-of-town destinations. Riders may want to take a map along, since many drivers are unfamiliar with the city.

Transportation

Local Transportation Last Updated: 6/8/2005 4:29 PM

The primary street system in Venezuela is good, but often poorly marked, particularly in residential areas. All major routes and connecting roads are paved. Driving in Venezuela is a challenge; careful and defensive driving is recommended. Large potholes and protruding manhole covers are plentiful and drivers do not generally obey traffic signals or move in any predictable fashion. Mountain roads, and some main roads, suffer from landslides and washouts during the rainy season. Many roads have poor quality surfacing and can be slippery and hazardous when wet. Gas stations and garages can be found throughout the country. Unleaded gasoline is widely available.

Traffic is usually heavy during the week, but is lighter on weekends. Parking can be very difficult, particularly in older sections, but parking garages exist in many areas of the city. Bicycles and motorbikes are problematic due to the steep hills and heavy traffic. Like in the U.S., traffic moves on the right side of the road.

Public transportation in Caracas consists of buses, taxis, and the Metro system. The Metro system is clean and efficient, and runs through most major parts of town. Service is not available to a few of the better parts of Caracas, and there is no Metro service near the Embassy.

U.S. employees of the Embassy are advised to use only those taxis working from hotels or those handled by a dispatcher service. There are taxis at the Embassy during the work week that are safe and dependable. Most taxis do not have meters, so fares should be negotiated prior to travel. There is a minimum charge and tips are not generally expected. Prices increase with the lateness of the hour, the holiday seasons, and for out-of-town destinations.

Regional Transportation Last Updated: 6/8/2005 4:29 PM

Commercial flights, domestic and international, use Maiquetía airport, situated about 25 miles from Caracas (about one hour by car, depending on traffic.) Various U.S. and Venezuelan air centers offer frequent daily flights between Caracas and many cities in the U.S. Several national airlines provide service between Caracas and other Venezuelan cities and the Caribbean. There are other commuter airlines providing transportation between the major cities within Venezuela. Many carriers from Central and South American countries fly into Caracas, making travel to these countries relatively easy. There is regularly scheduled air service to Caracas from the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Portugal and Holland.

There are many smaller commuter airlines that provide transport between the major cities and within Venezuela and to many outlying areas that are not accessible by road.

Travel to some of the Caribbean islands may be complicated because of limited flight schedules. Persons living in Venezuela can take advantage of the proximity to the Caribbean islands, and flights are frequent. Trinidad and Tobago are just an hour away, and other islands equally accessible.

Reservations to and from the U.S., particularly during the summer, Christmas, and Easter seasons, are difficult to obtain on short notice. Personnel who plan to arrive during these periods, should request reservations. Because many Venezuelans travel frequently to Miami and the U.S., flights may be fully booked at some times of the year. Reservations should be made as far in advance as possible.

Hilux Lovers in Venezuela love Toyota Hilux Revo. Venezuela Car Import and Export from Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe

Best value for your money for your car purchase in VenezuelaSome reasons that made Hilux a runaway success in the world are the 3 Rs: Hilux Robustness, Hilux Reliability and Hilux Resale Value. Hilux Venezuela is no exception. Hilux is as comfortable driving in Caracas as it is in Maracaibo and Maracay. 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 Venezuela Import and Export Hilux and full range of Left hand drive vehicles from Jim branches Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe.

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

Shipping to Venezuela via roro and container

Roll on Roll off service to Venezuela not always available and is not as safe as containerThere are two main ways to have your vehicle shipped to Venezuela 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 Venezuela.

container transport safest transport option to VenezuelaContainer 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 Venezuela and Used Toyota Hilux For Sale in Venezuela, Price and Pictures

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

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

Hilux Venezuela 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 Venezuela 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 Venezuela

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

  • Left Hand Drive Classic and luxury cars
  • Left 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
  • Left 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)
  • Left Hand Drive Electric and alternative energy vehicles
  • Left Hand Drive Collections and dealership inventory
  • Left Hand Drive Recreational vehicles (RVs), motor homes and fifth wheels
  • Left Hand Drive Privately owned vehicles (POVs) for military
  • Left Hand Drive vehicles and heavy equipment. Construction and mining equipment
  • Left Hand Drive Light Duty, Medium Duty and Heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles
  • Motorcycles, scooters and sport bikes
  • Yachts, boats and other watercraft

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Land Cruiser, Prado and other high end SUV in stock for VenezuelaJim 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 Venezuela, South America and Americas 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 Venezuela supplies full range of Thailand vehicles to Venezuela 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 Venezuela, Dubai UAE Car Exporter to Venezuela.

Toyota Hilux Revo Rocco Venezuela 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 Americas including Venezuela. 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 Left hand drive vehicles and Left hand drive Hilux to Venezuela from Jim branches in Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe

Venezuela is a Left Hand Drive Country and we export full range of Left hand drive vehicles from Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe. 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.

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Construction equipment and mining equipment for Venezuela on saleVenezuela is a Left Hand Drive country so we export mostly Left hand drive vehicles from Jim Autos branches in Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe. Jim exports full range of vehicles to customers in Caracas and other cities of the country including Maracaibo, Maracay and Valencia 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 Venezuela, Jim is the most trusted source. Governments, militaries, embassies and non-profit organizations the world over and in Venezuela rely on Jim.

New Toyota Hilux Exporter to Venezuela and New Toyota Hilux Dealer to Venezuela

Thailand, Australia, UK, Dubai Car Exporter Dealer to VenezuelaYou can buy a Toyota Hilux in Venezuela 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 Venezuela, Australian car exporters to Venezuela, Dubai car exporters to Venezuela and Japanese car exporters to Venezuela, 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 Venezuela and Used Car Dealer to Venezuela

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 Venezuela, South America and Americas.

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

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

  1. Indestructible: Hilux Venezuela is built on a steel frame so very hard to destroy it. Not only customers in Venezuela, South America or Americas 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 Venezuela 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 Venezuela and Americas 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 Venezuela

Cab Type 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Models for Venezuela
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 Venezuela

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 Venezuela
  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 Venezuela
  5. Vehicle Arrival, Clearance and Registration
    • Vehicle arrives in Venezuela 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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