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Terms and Conditions

SBT Stocks:

You Name It. We Have It.

Wide range of vehicles are available for your online purchase under SBT Stocks. Prices are quoted on FOB and C&F terms with respect to particular region.

All our prices are negotiable and inquiries are welcome. If you wish to visit us to purchase directly then FOB or C&F rates can also be negotiated upon request.

Auctions in Japan:

Explore the world of Automobiles!

SBT offers more than 200,000 vehicles per week on our online auction system. SBT participates daily in auctions all over the world. SBT receives auction data and photographs from the auction on daily basis. This information is loaded into e-Motors and offered online through our Online Auction page.

A refundable deposit is required to submit a live bid onto the online auction system. SBT's customer service (CSC) personally confirms the deposit status of each customer at regular intervals. Services are available 24/7. Upon successful Bid; deposit payment is required within Five days of the purchase via Telegraphic Transfer (TT).

Terms of Trade:

  • ・Customer should be registered on our Website before making a transaction. (Registration is absolutely free!)
  • ・No deposit is required before confirming any car from the Ready Stock.
  • ・Full or partial payment is required within seven days of confirmation via Telegraphic Transfer (TT).
  • ・A deposit is required before shipment with the remainder due prior to release of the Original documents.
  • ・Prices can be viewed with full vehicle details once you receive login credentials.
  • ・Prices are quoted in United States Dollars (USD) & Japanese Yen, either in C&F or FOB terms
  • ・Customers can pay in US Dollars, Japanese Yen, Euro, Pond Sterling etc.

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The SBT Group, including SBT CO.,LTD, has established a framework for the prevention of anti-social transactions and has been taking initiatives including the confirmation of anti-social affiliations of new business partners and the incorporation of clauses for the elimination of anti-social forces in basic procurement contracts and sales contracts.