The vehicle identification number supplied can be decoded into the detailed data & specifications about the vehicle. These details include performance & fuel efficiency, handling & braking, exterior & aerodynamics, and the measured dimensions of the vehicle.
The full vehicle identification number
The calendar year in which the vehicle was manufactured
The manufacturer or trade name of this vehicle
The particular design or version of this vehicle
The style or sub-model within the current model
The size and type of the vehicle’s combustion engine
1.8L L4 DOHC 16V
The class and type of this vehicle’s overall design
The country of origin where the vehicle was made
The steering components or system used to control the direction of the vehicle’s motion
The automobile safety system that allows the vehicle’s wheels to maintain tractive contact on the road surface
The overall amount of fuel that the vehicle’s container can hold
The overall measurement, from top to bottom, of the vehicle
The overall measurement of the longest side of the vehicle, from bumper to bumper
The overall measurement of the thickness of the vehicle
The prescribed number of seats available in this vehicle
The possible number of seats available in this vehicle
The estimated fuel efficiency when travelling on the highway in this vehicle
6.2 L/100 km
The estimated fuel efficiency when travelling in the city in this vehicle
The section shows vehicle registration and ownership records issued by provincial vehicle registration agencies. Below you will find the number of times this vehicle has been registered and in which provinces/territories, which is listed in reverse chronological order.
The date when this vehicle was registered
The name of the jurisdiction issuing the registration
The current state of the vehicle registration record
The number of kilometres covered when the vehicle was registered
This section lists our checks for all possible statuses and brands issued by authorities: normal, irreparable, salvage, rebuilt, stolen, or inspection required. A brand indicates that authorities have permanently associated an issue (stolen or severely damaged) to the vehicle.
The name of the jurisdiction issuing the vehicle status/brand
The status/brand of this vehicle: normal, non-repairable, salvage, rebuilt, stolen, or inspection
The date when the vehicle status/brand gets recorded
The detail and meaning of the vehicle status/brand
Vehicle exists and currently hasn’t any non-normal statuses
This section lists manufacturer buybacks through the Canadian Motor Vehicle Arbitration Plan (CAMVAP). CAMVAP is a dispute resolution program for Canadian consumers who are experiencing problems with the assembly of their vehicle or with how the manufacturer implements its new-vehicle warranty. CAMVAP covers vehicles from the current model year and up to an additional four model years old.
This section highlights any historical or active reports of theft and theft recoveries with data from authorities. Buyer beware: those scammed into buying a stolen car often lose both the money and the car if it is recovered by the police.
The type of the stolen vehicle
The manufacturer of the stolen vehicle
The particular design of the stolen vehicle
The calendar year in which the stolen vehicle was manufactured
The jurisdiction where the vehicle was reported stolen
This section provides a summary (including title records, junk/salvage/insurance records, sales records, title checks, etc.) and a link to a full report for any matching records in the United States. You would want to pay attention to this section if the car has been imported from US.
US History Check Item
US title records proving ownership of a vehicle issued by US state DMVs
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Junk / Salvage / Insurance Records
Junk, salvage, and insurance records indicate that vehicles have either been reported as a total loss by an insurance company or registered with a junk/scrap yard, or vehicles have been sold at a salvage auction (to be potentially rebuilt and sold at retail!).
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Historical or active reports of theft and theft recoveries with data from the US National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) and other industry sources.
No records found!
Historical listings of this vehicle for sale, either by a private party or by a car dealership
No records found!
Checks for all potential title brands issued by state DMVs against the title. A “branded” title — as opposed to a “clean” title — indicates that the state has permanently associated a potential issue related to the vehicle.
This section contains additional data related to the vehicle which may or may not be related to the vehicle’s history. This includes the vehicle’s estimated market value, the vehicle’s estimate 5-year ownership cost (if purchased now), and recommended external resources for finding out more.
Recommendation of external resources
Check for Lien
Required additional information for external research