Top 5 JDM Cars


Whether you’re looking for a sports car to cruise around the streets or something to show off at the race track, there are a few JDM cars you’ll want to consider.

Honda Integra Type R

Currently, there are two versions of Integra Type R on the market. The B17A1 engine used in North America is a 1.7-liter naturally aspirated unit. The JDM version is powered by a 1.8-liter inline-4 engine producing 200 hp.

The Integra Type R is a front-wheel drive car that was produced from 1995 to 2006. Honda made a lot of improvements to the car to improve its performance. The car was first introduced in the Japanese domestic market in 1995. It was available in two-door or five-door body styles and was equipped with a five-speed manual gearbox. It also came with a torque-sensitive helical limited-slip differential.

The chassis of the Integra Type R was upgraded with stronger suspension parts. The front brake discs had larger diameters for better stopping power. The suspension was also uprated with stiffer springs and bushes. In addition, the chassis was strengthened with thicker metal around the shock towers. The Type R was also equipped with a bolt-on turbo kit.

Subaru Impreza WRX STI

During its 20th anniversary, Subaru released a limited run of STI cars in Japan. These cars were based on the Impreza WRX STI hatchback. The vehicle featured an improved suspension, a new rear differential, and a thicker stabilizer bar. It also had a more powerful transmission and an aluminum hood.

Subaru also released the WRX Type R, a coupe version of the WRX. It was chosen by Prodrive for WRC, and it offered higher body rigidity and minimal sound insulation. It also featured close gear ratios and a hardened gearbox.

In Japan, the WRX was available in two different body styles: a two-door coupe and a four-door sedan. Both were powered by a 2.5-liter EJ257 engine with a single-scroll VF48 turbocharger. This engine has been known to experience a variety of problems, including head gasket failure, rod knocks, and turbocharger failure.

WRX STI versions also include improvements to the suspension, body parts, and engine. The interior of these vehicles features a 12-inch digital instrument cluster, aluminum pedals, and aluminum pedal covers, as well as red stitching. The seats are Recaro and the steering wheel has carbon-look trim.

Toyota Corolla

Designed in Japan and manufactured in Japan and India, Toyota Corolla Jdm cars are available in a variety of body styles. These include the Corolla hatchback, Corolla sedan, and Corolla wagon. They are also available in two different trim levels.

The Corolla hatchback is offered with a 1.2L or 1.5L naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine. It’s also available with front or all-wheel drive. The sedan, on the other hand, is offered with a 1.2L or 2.0L naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine. In addition, the sedan has a standard front parking sensor and a rear parking sensor. It’s also available with optional Wi-Fi connectivity and a 10.5-inch infotainment touchscreen. The Touring and Axio are available with a 1.3L or 1.5L 1NR-FE four-cylinder engine.

The Corolla sedan and hatchback are offered with an upgraded Direct Shift-CVT gearbox. This gearbox replaces the Super CVT-i. It offers a smooth, quiet ride. In addition, it’s available with a new 1.5L Dynamic Force naturally aspirated three-cylinder petrol engine. The engine produces 170 PS and 202 Nm of torque.

Nissan 300ZX

During the early 1990s, the Nissan 300ZX was the best-selling sports car in the US. But it had to compete with cars like the Toyota Supra and the Mazda RX7 FD. So, Nissan gave the 300ZX a turbo engine to give it an edge. The 300ZX was available with two different turbo engines: the first was a 2.5L RB20DET, and the other was a 2.0L VG30DETT.

The VG30 engine is a twin-turbo that has 300 bhp at the crank and delivers that power to the rear wheels. The Z32 300ZX Turbo was rated as the world’s fastest production car and was named one of the 10 Best Cars by Automobile magazine.

In the Japanese Domestic Market, the 300ZX had a few different body styles. There were the two-seater Fairlady Z, the four-seater Fairlady Z, and the two-seater Fairlady TT. There were also a number of different variants that were not available in the US market. Some of these included a “Version R” (Ready Model), a spec model, and the “Version S”.

Until 1996, 300ZXs sold in the US were limited to a 276-hp engine. This was a limitation imposed by the Japanese Domestic Market. However, after the introduction of the Z32, a number of high-performance turbo engines were released for the US market.