One of the biggest gripes I have with all foreign used cars that are bought through a dealer locally is the fact that you may never know the true mileage. Since when did a car with "23,000kms" on the clock consume oil or have totally brown coolant? I get it, the coolant could rust after the 5 year "Long life" but surely the engine must not be that worn to consume oil? Also is the fact that a lot of foreign used cars come with cosmetic wear marks on the most used interior parts like seats, steering wheel, shift knob, etc... Do all of these cars with "30,000kms" have this type of wear? Having been around, inspected and worked on several foreign used cars its easy to be fooled by cosmetic appearance. The true mileage is easily revealed from the time an intake ducting is removed and you look at the solenoid on the throttlebody or realise the PCV is stuffed. It's even sort of obvious by pulling the EGR or the condition of the coolant, whether it is the original assuming car is less than 5-6 years of age or whether it has been replaced. I'll even go as far as to say that the condition of the engine bay can tell the story as well. ALL of the foreign used I've worked on have had absolutely filthy engine bays that seem like grease was just layered and packed up in every crevice. Doesn't seem like 35,000kms to me. I daily drive a vehicle with 100,000 all original kms on the clock and I can tell you it is easy to get fooled by "foreign used with low mileage". Once properly detailed and looked after, even high mileage cars can look like 50,000kms or in the odd case 25-30,000kms. It's truly the finest of detail that tell the whole story from the amount of rock chips to the condition of the paint. What are your thoughts? Have a foreign used?