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Is the Nissan Skyline the most iconic Japanese car ever?

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5 Best Cars for Tuning and Modifying

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These 12 Models Will Define the Next Generation of Collector Cars

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It is according to Japfest, anyway. Deservedly so, or should another take the top spot? It is, according to people who attended ‘Japfest’, the Most Iconic Japanese Car ever. Yep, full caps and everything. We’re talking about the Nissan Skyline. Organisers of Japfest carried out a survey to ask its fan base which Japanese car deserves to be …

THE CAR: 2001 Acura Integra Type R 195-hp, 1.8-liter I-4 Five-speed manual transmission Front-wheel drive MSRP: $24,450 (2001) Wait. You spent a week with an Integra Type R? That’s awesome. No. I spent the better part of three days with one. One of those days was at Road America, in September, where I drove an …

The launch of a new car is a momentous event — an occasion where years of planning, designing, and testing finally culminate. Despite that, there are always those who can’t wait to rip that carefully-crafted sheetmetal and fine-tuned engine to bits. With the right amount of money, knowledge, and patience, you can modify just about any …

As long as there have been cars, people have been modifying their favorite models to get the most out of them. Stock compact sports cars are becoming more and more popular with the average driver, but even with the fantastic power that they’re able to produce, sometimes you want a little bit more. If you’re …

Everyone has their own perceptions about which country manufactures the best vehicles. One most popular belief is that Japanese cars are better than American cars. But here’s where the irony comes in: The Japanese automotive industry rose to exceptional heights because of one American engineer, statistician and professor named William Edward Demings. His methods helped …

Some enthusiasts find pleasure in showing off their ride at cars and coffee on Saturdays, or taking it to an auto show for their chance at some trophies and fame. Others like hitting the track on weekends for a bit of performance-pushing power, or prefer snaking their way down a canyon like petrol-powered bobsledders. And …

In the 1990s, baby boomers deep into their earning years and nostalgic for their imagined youth built up a bull market in GTOs, Mustangs, and ’Cudas. But today, the next generation of collectors—not counting the Ferrari and Porsche folk, who’ve practically become automotive asset man­agers—is coalescing around a core of a dozen vehicles that will …