Yes can set for miles or km. See pages 140-141 on the user manual.Hi, I'm in the UK, looking at a car that was originally supplied to Indonesia, then re-imported into the UK. Any issues with this? Is it easy to switch the dash between km and miles?
How are you so sure that the warranty is in tact for a car that is purchased in one country and imported to another country.?Okay, thanks, so the dash looks easy.
Car has been recently checked by McLaren and comes with a McLaren warranty. I can't see any downsides. Anyone got anything to add.
Overseas thing wouldn't scare me (there is a 765 for sale in USA with delivery miles that was imported from Canada).@eMcL, there's a dealer in Jakarta.
Yes, it's the Volcano Yellow car. It was sold by GVE in October, with 2000 miles on it. Now it's for sale again with 4800 miles on it. So the 2nd owner didn't keep it very long. This, for me, raises more questions than the car iniitally being purchased in Indonesia. I guess some people buy a car, drive it for a few months, then move on to a different one - lots of supercars to try out, and he put plenty of miles on it. Equally, it's possible he had a bad experience and wanted rid.
If a car had initially been purchased in Scotland, and was now in London, we wouldn't question why that was, would we? Dealers get cars where they can get them. If you're importaing a Corvette, it's different: left hand drive, with a US emissions system, and hard to get parts for servicing or repairs. Everyone here seems to think this 720 is the same as a one delivered to the UK. Not sure I see time spent overseas as a problem.