USCar Trader in the VOX Spotlight: Revolutionizing North American Car Imports

USCar Trader in the VOX Spotlight: Revolutionizing North American Car Imports

USCar Trader, was recently featured in an informative documentary of VOX Automotive Magazine, broadcast on December 10, 2023. This program provides a detailed insight into our innovative approach to importing vehicles from the USA and Canada.

USCar Trader's Comprehensive Service

With access to over 4 million vehicles, USCar Trader is revolutionizing the traditional vehicle import process. As shown in the VOX Automotive Magazine, we offer a service that resembles local vehicle purchase, simplifying the car buying and import process from North America.

Why Choose USCar Trader for Importing?

Over 50,000 dealers from the USA and Canada present a wide spectrum of vehicles on our platform, from the latest models to classic vintage cars. This diverse offering makes USCar Trader the first choice for importing American vehicles.

USCar Trader Focus at VOX

The VOX documentary emphasizes that our service goes far beyond a simple online marketplace. We provide complete support in purchasing and importing vehicles, ensuring the process is safe and straightforward for our customers.

Summary and Invitation to Further Explore

We are excited to invite you to learn more about our services and our extensive range of vehicles. Discover on our website how we make the process of car buying and importing from the USA and Canada safer, more efficient, and customer-friendly.


Conversion and TÜV Approval for Imported Vehicles

Conversion and TÜV Approval for Imported Vehicles

Converting and obtaining TÜV (Technical Inspection Association) approval for vehicles, especially from the USA, Canada, and other third countries, is an essential step to register these vehicles in Germany. Our experts at various locations in Germany specialize in this process, ensuring a smooth transition.

Conversion and TÜV approval of imported vehicles

Technical Conversion and TÜV Approval for Imported Vehicles

Importing a vehicle from overseas often requires technical modifications to meet German and European standards. This is especially true for vehicles from the USA, Canada, and other third countries.

Why is a conversion necessary?

Each country has its technical and safety-related specifications for vehicles. To register an imported vehicle in Germany, modifications often need to be made concerning lighting, emission and noise standards, and safety regulations. The process of technical adaptation and verification concerning registration guidelines is referred to as conversion or homologation.

Our Service for Your Conversion and TÜV Approval

Our experts handle the conversion and TÜV approval at various locations in Germany. Thanks to our extensive experience in vehicle import and the corresponding expertise, we can offer you an efficient and professional service.

Benefits of our service:

  • Technical adaptation and TÜV approval at multiple locations in Germany.
  • Comprehensive expertise of our staff and partners.
  • A conversion and TÜV approval in Germany by us also offers the advantage of a potential day registration. This provides you with German vehicle documents, which significantly simplifies registration in other EU countries.

Additional Information on Conversion

For the TÜV approval to obtain the §21 full acceptance, the presentation of the title, vehicle data sheet, photometric report, and emission behavior report is required.

TÜV SÜD provides additional information on the requirements and the conversion process on their website.

Required documents for conversion and TÜV approval:

  • US Title/MSO or Ownership (for imports from Canada)
  • Vehicle data sheet
  • Photometric report
  • Report on emission behavior

Apart from the US Title/MSO or Ownership, which is provided by the customer or is already available to us in case of an import by us, we take care of the additionally required documents during the conversion.

Technical Condition as a Key Factor in TÜV Approval

A significant factor influencing the conversion of imported vehicles is the vehicle's overall condition. It's essential to emphasize that the costs for the conversion and the associated adjustments heavily depend on the imported vehicle's technical condition.

Vehicles being converted for the German market must not only meet specific requirements for imported vehicles but also the general technical standards applicable to all vehicles. This means that an imported vehicle, regardless of its origin, must be in perfect technical condition to pass the TÜV approval.

If defects are detected during the inspection, such as faulty brakes, worn tires, or other components that do not meet the Road Traffic Regulations, these parts must be replaced or repaired before the vehicle receives approval. This can incur additional costs that go beyond the standard conversion costs.

It is therefore advisable to conduct a thorough technical inspection before importing a vehicle or ensure that the vehicle is already in a condition that meets German standards. This can not only save time and money but also ensure that the conversion process runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible.

Final Steps for Registration

After successful conversion and TÜV approval, the vehicle's registration is next. Of course, we also support you in this step and are at your side with advice and action.

For registration, you will need the following documents:

  • Report for obtaining the §21 full acceptance
  • US Title/MSO or Ownership
  • Purchase invoice or Bill of Sale
  • Tax assessment or ZUB for moving goods
  • Registration certificate for moving goods

If you have any further questions or uncertainties, we are always available by email or phone.

VW Atlas in the USA: Your guide to buying, importing, and current prices

VW Atlas in the USA: Your guide to buying, importing, and current prices

The VW Atlas is considered a midsize SUV in America. Compared to its corporate sibling, the Touareg, it offers more space with up to 7 seats and over 5 meters in length, which can make importing this German American SUV a worthwhile option.

2022 VW Atlas and new 2024 VW Atlas

VW Atlas: An SUV for Europe and America

Since mid-2017, the VW Atlas has been offered as a "Midsize SUV." It aims to fill the gap between the smaller VW Tiguan and the larger VW Touareg, but in terms of length, it actually surpasses the Touareg. With its 5.05 meters in length, it exceeds it by a full 17 centimeters.

As the largest SUV, it is based on the MQB platform and uses four-cylinder transverse engines from the modular system, as well as V6 engines. The Atlas is produced in two variants and offers 7 seats, while the Cross Sport can accommodate 5 adults. Almost identical, but under a different name (VW Teramont), it is offered in China and the Arabian Peninsula.


  • Generous interior space

  • Easy and intuitive to operate

  • Good equipment


  • High fuel consumption

  • Plain plastics in the interior

  • Better insulation in the Touareg

Technical Specifications of the VW Atlas

The large SUV comes with two engine options. The 2.0-liter TSFI engine has four cylinders and is transversely mounted in the front. It delivers 238 PS and a torque of 350 Nm. A 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine is also available, producing 280 PS and 360 Nm of torque.

All-wheel drive (4Motion) is currently reserved for the VR6 engines. Both engines come standard with an Aisin eight-speed automatic transmission.

Starting with the 2024 model year, the VR6 will no longer be offered. Instead, Volkswagen will install a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a power output of 273 PS and a torque of 370 Nm.

Front-wheel drive is standard, with all-wheel drive (4Motion) available as an option. Power is transmitted through an eight-speed automatic transmission.

With a wheelbase of almost exactly 3 meters, the Atlas glides comfortably over uneven terrain.

Info / VariantAtlas 2.0TAtlas 3.6 VR6Atlas 2.0T (2024)
Displacement1,984 cc3,597 cc1,984 cc
Power238 HP276 HP269 HP
Torque350 Nm360 Nm370 Nm
Top Speed190 Km/h (limited)190 Km/h (limited)Approx. 188 Km/h
Acceleration (0-100 Km/h)8.6 s8.9 s7.3 s
Consumption (combined 100 Km)10.7 liters12.4 liters11.2 liters
Tank Volume70.4 liters70.4 liters70.4 liters

Design and Interior of the VW Atlas

Volkswagen offers a solid and well-thought-out vehicle with the Atlas. Clear lines meet typical American dimensions. A large panoramic sunroof allows plenty of light into the spacious interior. The controls are where you'd expect them to be. You can get in and drive without having to study annoying user manuals. The infotainment system is up-to-date and offers wireless smartphone connectivity. Even Wi-Fi is available. The Atlas Cross Sport adopts a coupe-like design at the roof and rear, accommodating only 5 passengers. The standard Atlas offers generous seating for seven.

VW Atlas Interior

The equipment also stands out with thoughtful details and a modern ambiance. Even the base SE trim includes many features such as air conditioning, Volkswagen Digital Cockpit, heated seats, and much more. The higher trim levels, SE with Technology, SEL, SEL R-Line Black, and SEL Premium R-Line, further enhance the Atlas. The SE with Technology trim already includes dual-zone automatic climate control, remote engine start, and Easy-Open trunk. The top-tier SEL Premium R-Line leaves nothing to be desired, offering 21-inch alloy wheels, heated and ventilated leather front seats, premium sound system, and of course, the R-Line exterior design.

Equipment Variants and Prices for the VW Atlas Overview:

VW Atlas Interior The Volkswagen Atlas is available in various equipment variants:

  • SE: This base variant starts at a price of $39,075.

  • SE with Technology: An upgrade from the SE version, offering additional technology features. The starting price is $43,015.

  • Peak Edition SE with Technology: A special edition with additional features and a unique design. The starting price for this variant is $47,905.

  • SEL: A higher equipment variant with more luxury and comfort features. The starting price for this variant is $49,795.

  • Peak Edition SEL: A special edition of the SEL model with additional features. The starting price is $51,785.

  • SEL Premium R-Line: The top equipment variant with the most features and highest comfort. The starting price for this variant is $53,805.

Each of these variants offers different features and equipment that affect the price. It's advisable to check the exact specifications and features of each variant to make the best choice for your needs.

In terms of safety, the VW Atlas does not lag behind its rivals. All major safety assistants are included. Collision warning, emergency braking assist, and lane change assist are just a few of the possible helpers.

Interested in the VW Atlas? Then check out the offers here.

Other SUV Options Compared to the VW Atlas

If the Atlas isn't the right vehicle for you or you simply want to learn about possible alternatives, consider checking out the Honda Pilot, Hyundai Palisade, Kia Telluride, or Chevrolet Traverse.

American Cars vs. German Cars

American Cars vs. German Cars

Some American vehicle brands have a good reputation in Germany and Europe. They differ significantly from their European competitors and offer a genuine alternative due to their distinctive qualities.

German Cars vs. American Cars

The Distinctive Features of American Cars

Boldly styled, large, and equipped with big, powerful engines - that's how US cars are universally known. The development of the automobile in the USA and Canada took a completely different direction than in Europe. There might have been attempts here and there to follow the American way, but these were mostly met with a shake of the head from European customers.

American Excess vs. European Sensibility?

From a European perspective, this could certainly be described this way. But is it really that simple? What exactly defines a classic American car? And what about the typical European counterpart? Tastes, as we know, are different. They have often developed over the course of history and are as deeply ingrained in the population as the national dish. It sounds like a cliché, but it's easily traceable across generations of car history.

Americans tend to prefer cars that are:

asian SUV

  • Spacious
  • Visually striking
  • Powerfully motorized
  • Luxurious


However, they place less value on material quality and details in the manufacturing process.


European vehicles are primarily known for their:

american SUV

  • Compact size
  • Relatively spartan/practical equipment
  • Lovingly detailed workmanship
  • More economical engines

Some vehicle classes were only created through American development. For instance, the Chrysler Voyager can be considered the "original van" or "first minivan". Through it, small transporters were transformed into modern, well-equipped MPVs suitable for families. Today, it's known as the Chrysler Pacifica and has many imitators worldwide.

SUVs are also a distinctly American type of vehicle. Off-road vehicles have of course been available worldwide for a long time. However, it was the Americans who recognized the potential and transformed them into lifestyle vehicles. One of the first vehicles of this kind was the Cadillac Escalade. It impressed a wide range of customers from bankers to gangster rappers. Besides offering a glamorous appearance, these lifestyle trucks provide sheer size and powerful V8 engines.

Naturally, the latter require much more gasoline than a small four-cylinder Passat. The reason is different pricing structures. In the past, gasoline in the USA was relatively cheap. Consumption often played a minor role. However, things have changed significantly in recent years. Just like in Europe, gas prices have increased, and a rethink has begun. New and stricter environmental regulations from American authorities also contribute to the strategy change in American car manufacturers. The result: the typical V8 engine is becoming increasingly rare, even on the American market.

Did Europe Miss the Train? American-Made Electric Cars

For a long time, Europe stuck to combustion engines. Only a few of the well-known manufacturers seriously pushed the development of alternative drives. Timid attempts with manageable ranges and rather narrow performance were offered as revolutions at high prices. China and America show that it can be done differently. Some start-ups like Lucid and Rivian offer interesting alternatives to the electric Europeans. Particularly in the luxury class, real competitors can be found. Lucid already offers ranges of almost 900 kilometers.

electric vehicle - Tesla


But also, traditional manufacturers have recognized the signs of the times. For example, Ford offers the F-150 Lightning, a highly innovative pick-up. Depending on the battery pack, it offers ranges of over 380 to over 510 kilometers, making it a vehicle that is anything but shy. Coupled with the usual luxurious equipment and high power of the drives. In typical American fashion, it is not trimmed for economy, but mainly for performance. Even the resurrected Hummer after 10 years is a trailblazer in the luxury off-road vehicle class. The brute power of over 1,000 HP and yet a range of over 500 kilometers must first be surpassed.

European or American Sports Cars?

Opinions differ here. On paper, Porsche, Ferrari, Corvette, and Mustang are barely distinguishable. Yet an American car offers a completely different driving experience than the European competition. While European sports car manufacturers develop sophisticated technology, design extremely light vehicles, and install technically elaborate chassis technology, sheer power seems to be the focus on the American continent.

Both have their own unique charm, both find their fans and drivers in their own way, and both record their successes in the relevant sports competitions. The difference is not only found in the technology and performance. The design is often very distinctive, almost typically American.

German Cars in America?

Yes, German car manufacturers enjoy a good reputation in America. They have often adapted to the local market and offer models there that are not available here. For example, a larger version of the Passat was offered until 2021. The VW Atlas is completely unknown in Europe and is sold overseas in the full-size SUV class with 7 seats.

Many of these vehicles are relatively inexpensive. Even after adding import costs, the buyer often gets a very affordable vehicle. A good comparison here is the VW Taos. Also only available on the American market, it is actually a more modern, stronger, and better-equipped VW Tiguan. Currently, importing a Taos can save you about 10,000 euros.

US Imports for Everyone?

Admittedly, importing a US car is not for everyone. However, it is an alternative for many people who have not thought of it before. Whether it's a large road cruiser with a V8 engine, a high-powered muscle car, a full-size pickup, a van, or a sensible electric car, the American market has a lot to offer. Often, comparable European vehicles are much more expensive than the American dream car, even when including shipping and conversion costs as well as customs duties and taxes.

Just take a look at our database! There you will find Europe's largest selection of new and used cars as well as classic cars in North America and Canada. Of course, we also take care of safely bringing your new treasure across the big pond. We are also happy to take care of the conversion for registration here for you.

Chrysler Pacifica - Affordable Luxury Family Vehicle

Chrysler Pacifica - Affordable Luxury Family Vehicle

The Chrysler Pacifica is more than just a minivan. This luxurious, affordable vehicle has everything families need: space, comfort, and an optional hybrid drive. Popular in North America, it presents a tempting alternative to European vans. Discover the vehicle that's redefining family travel.

2022 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid family van

Import North America's family favorite - The Chrysler Pacifica

Since 2016, the Chrysler Pacifica has been manufactured as the successor to the Chrysler Town & Country. In Europe, it was also known as the Chrysler Voyager and Grand Voyager. The 8-seater van is based on a new platform and weighs less than its predecessor. In addition, this luxury liner for families is available for the first time as a plug-in hybrid. Like its predecessor, the Pacifica offers a generous amount of space, making a family vacation trip a pleasure. Reliable technology, good equipment, and many practical details make it a particularly family-friendly companion, which impresses with its good value for money and is a serious alternative to European vans.


  • Generous space

  • Comfortable equipment

  • Hybrid drive


  • Relatively high-priced

  • Gasoline engine not very economical

  • Limited payload

Technical details of the Chrysler Pacifica

The family van in its base version comes with a 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine. The power is 291 HP, and the torque is specified at 355 Nm. Enough power to move the alternative 8-seater smoothly. However, it's not a sports car. The second variant offered is the 3.6 Hybrid. It has the same engine as the base model but has been somewhat reduced in power. It offers 264 HP, and the torque reaches 310 Nm.

Chrysler Pacifica - where the driver is working

The drive is standard via the front wheels. In the 3.6 gasoline engine, the power transmission is taken over by a 9-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is available as an option from 2021.

The hybrid has a stepless EVT transmission (Electric Continuously Variable Transmission). Two electric motors with a total of 148 kW are installed and, together with the 16 kWh large lithium batteries, allow an electric range of 51 kilometers.

Model3,63,6 Hybrid
Production period03/20216 to present/td>11/2016 to present
EngineV6 petrol engineV6 petrol engine + 2 x electric
Displacement3604 cm³3604 cm³
Power214 kW (291 HP)194 kW (264 HP)
Torque355 Nm310 Nm
Acceleration 0 – 100 Km/h7,4 seconds8,5 seconds
Top Speed180 Km/h169 Km/h
Consumption10,7 liters/100 Km7,4 liters/100 Km
tank volume72 liters62,5 liters

With a length of 5.18 meters, a width of 2.04 meters, and a height of 1.78 meters, the family car already plays in the league of European minibuses. The trunk allows about 915 liters of luggage with full seating. Folding down the rear seats creates up to 3,979 liters of cargo volume. The payload is somewhat meager at only 600 kilograms. The permissible trailer load is 1,600 kilograms.

Design – Chrysler Pacifica

The Chrysler Pacifica presents itself as a classic, but also modernly designed family van. Large sliding doors ensure comfortable entry in the rear seating rows and also make somewhat narrower parking spaces usable. The LED lighting is modernly designed and casts a good light.

Chrysler Pacifica with huge doors

The equipment also impresses with thoughtful details and a modern ambiance. An elaborate leather interior awaits buyers of the higher equipment lines.

The safety equipment also leaves little to be desired. Numerous assistants make driving not only more pleasant but also safer. A reversing camera is a given. Of course, a complete airbag system is also on board. Especially with a family vehicle, the safety of all passengers is important. In the Euro NCAP crash test, the Chrysler Pacifica scored an excellent five out of five stars.

In North America, the Chrysler Pacifica is one of the most popular family cars. Are you interested? Look at our offers for your Pacifica

Alternatives – Chrysler Pacifica

Playing in the same league as the Pacifica are for example the Dodge Grand Caravan. Also interesting is the Toyota Sienna from Japan.

Alternative 7-Seaters: Versatile Family Vehicles from the USA and Canada

Alternative 7-Seaters: Versatile Family Vehicles from the USA and Canada

The typical 7-seaters from Europe are well-known: Citroën Berlingo, Opel Zafira, or VW Multivan are popular choices in the region. However, there are great alternatives from America., Europe's largest online marketplace for vehicles from the USA and Canada, presents interesting options.

7-seater family cars

Extraordinary 7-Seater Family Cars from Overseas - Discover New Choices

The American automotive market is one of the largest globally, offering a diverse selection of models. Here, you can find vehicles that are not available in Europe. In some cases, even re-importing European models can be financially attractive. In addition to the minivans, vans, and SUVs known in Germany, the American market also offers many exciting family cars. Compared to the 7-seaters available in Germany, overseas vehicles often boast significantly more space, powerful engines, and generous features. Plus, they are less commonly found in Germany—a perfect alternative for individualists. Good examples include SUVs like:


Some of the most notable 7-seater models from the U.S. and Canada include:

  • Chevrolet Suburban
  • Chevrolet Tahoe
  • Cadillac Escelade
  • Cadillac XT6
  • Dodge Durango
  • GMC Yukon
  • GM Acadia

and vans

  • Chrysler Pacifica
  • Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Ford Windstar

Some European and Asian manufacturers also offer models exclusively available in the United States.

  • Volkswagen Atlas
  • Ford Expedition
  • Toyota Squoia
  • Toyota Siena

These are some representatives specifically designed for the American market. The advantage: USCar-Trader imports these vehicles for you. Of course, they can also handle any necessary conversions and registration for your dream car. The American market offers many opportunities to drive a vehicle that is not found on every European corner.

A Brief History

Volkswagen has been working with a modular system since 2012, which has become the industry standard for the automotive industry in recent years. The so-called "Modular Transverse Matrix" (MQB) originates in the USA. There, many different bodies were already being placed on a single technical basis in the 1920s. This allowed manufacturers like Dodge, Cadillac, and others to offer new vehicles at relatively short intervals. Various models could also simultaneously be based on a single platform, keeping costs low. For example, Chevrolet offered 19 different models in 1957, which were technically identical. It was like having technology off the shelf while the body was tailored. This allowed design departments the best opportunities to be creative. Customers, in turn, enjoyed affordable prices and a wide selection.

A widespread cliché is that US cars are large vehicles with simple technology. While this may have been true in earlier years, increasing demands on drivetrain technology, emissions, consumption, and safety have emerged in the USA.

In terms of equipment, the New World was ahead. While European car buyers in the late 1930s were lucky to have heating, air conditioning was already being installed in America. Pioneers in 1938 were Nash and Studebaker, who made cooling possible for $4,000. The first standard air conditioning systems were introduced in the early 1950s. In Germany, however, air conditioning was not offered for retrofitting until 1960—initially for the VW Beetle and later for other vehicles. Many additional features that make driving easier and/or more comfortable were first offered in US cars.

Why Alternative 7-Seaters?

As mentioned earlier, the demands for size, engine power, and equipment in the USA and Canada are somewhat different from those in Europe. Naturally, the design of most vehicles available in America is anything but boring. Fans of the American lifestyle will find the optimal compromise between form, versatility, and family suitability.

American Engine Technology

Typical American large engines are known for their durability and great sound. Particularly, the big V8 engines continue to enjoy great popularity. Automatic transmissions are predominantly used. Engines and transmissions are usually operated far below their performance limits, which ensures high mileage and reliability. Fuel consumption is also moderate during typical American cruising. Vehicles only become truly thirsty when significant power is demanded. But let's be honest, who wants to race in such a car? However, even in America, the signs of the times have been recognized, and more fuel-efficient engines have been developed. Like in Europe, large engines are on the decline. Nevertheless, they are still larger in volume compared to European models. V-6 engines have become widely accepted and rarely have a displacement of less than 3.5 liters. Massive V8 engines still have a high market share.

The relatively high vehicle weight, combined with the high engine power and predominantly large torque, provides high towing capacity. While most European vehicles in this class have a permissible trailer load of 2 to 2.5 tons, American vehicles can often tow trailers of more than 4 tons.

The trend in Europe is increasingly towards smaller engines, from which more and more power is demanded. This certainly reduces fuel consumption. However, this comes at the cost of increased wear and tear. More complex engines are being developed, which are prone to failure, expensive, and cumbersome to repair. But even these smaller yet powerful engines can be found in the United States.

Electric mobility is also on the rise in the States. In addition to Tesla, two other manufacturers dominate the American market and score points with their long ranges. Lucid claims that its luxury cruiser, the Lucid Air, can cover more than 800 kilometers (about 500 miles) on a single battery charge. Its acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour (about 62 miles per hour) in 2.5 seconds leaves many Porsche drivers pale with envy. Rivian offers the R1S, a three-row electric SUV with 7 seats. Depending on the battery package, ranges between 420 and 510 kilometers (about 261 to 317 miles) are achievable.

Outlook for the Future

In the future, change will also come to America. As in Europe, discussions are taking place about changes in relation to climate change. Stricter emission regulations (similar to those in Europe) are being considered, as well as the introduction of a quota for electric mobility. By 2032, a maximum of one-third of vehicles are to be equipped with an internal combustion engine.

Design from Another World

From the early years of automobile manufacturing, American vehicles were characterized by a distinct design. Everyone is familiar with the classics from Cadillac, Buick, Chevrolet, and Dodge. Gigantic tail fins, hoods as large as ping pong tables, and excessive chrome trimmings were hallmarks of the cruisers of yesteryear. Even today, the shapes and sheer size of US cars stand out from the crowd. Admittedly, such spectacular design language as in the fifties to seventies of the last century no longer exists. Since 2001, bulky and angular shapes have been predominant, perhaps an expression of the nation's willingness to defend after an attack that struck deep into the hearts of many Americans. The vehicles still undoubtedly attract attention, and the size is not only evident in their appearance. The interior of these alternatives to European cars promises ample space and flexible usability.

In general, two body styles have established themselves among the 7-seaters: vans, some of which have additional seating options and can be extended to 8 or 9 seats, and SUVs. If off-road conditions are not expected, vans usually offer more space, better road handling, and lower consumption. Off paved roads, the SUV with its all-wheel drive, higher ground clearance, and greater towing capacity is the better companion.

Non-US car manufacturers have also gained a foothold in the American market and offer vehicles specially developed for the local market. For example, Volkswagen with its 7-seater VW Atlas. The SUV not only offers more space than the Tiguan, also from VW, but also all-wheel drive.
Another interesting alternative comes from Japan with the Toyota Sequoia. Built since 2000, it offers up to 8 seats as the second-largest SUV of the manufacturer. With the new generation from 2022, a hybrid drive is also used, which enables a system output of 437 hp.

The Toyota Sienna was specifically designed for the North American market. The front-wheel drive van has up to 8 seats and is popular among New York taxi drivers.

Safety of 7-seater US Cars

In the early years, the US car industry focused less on safety. Hard steering wheels and dashboards as well as missing airbags were the norm. Robust technology, powerful engines, size, and design took precedence. This has changed over the years. Stricter regulations and an increasing safety needs of customers led to a comprehensive change in strategy. Nowadays, most US cars have extensive safety equipment. Modern 7-seaters are equipped with comprehensive airbag and restraint systems as well as many useful assistants.

How can USCar-Trader help with import?

USCar-Trader will support you in all matters related to vehicle purchases in the USA and Canada. According to customer requirements, we offer you an all-round service from purchase to the delivery of the desired vehicle, ready for registration, at your doorstep.

• Choose your dream car from our selection of more than 4 million vehicles.
• At your request, our appraiser inspects the vehicle and ensures that it meets the technical and visual requirements.
• The purchase price is paid, and the vehicle is prepared for transport to the port.
• Transport to the port.
• Sea transport to Bremerhaven
• Customs clearance
• Retrofitting and full acceptance
• Delivery to your doorstep

Are you looking for a unique 7-seater? Then browse through our extensive database. Using the search function, you can specifically search based on your criteria. Do you have any questions? Don't hesitate to reach out to us.