ANSWERS: 39
  • Any Lexus.
  • Some people might say a Prius, now with the gas prices.
  • any nissan, they are great lil cars with the mileage. Most cars go down hill when they get some miles on them not those cars they seem to get better. I had a friend that had a nissan sintra that had 500,000 miles & still going.
  • I love my Mazda!
  • any toyota. they are reliable and affordable to maintain.
  • Skyline.
  • Any good Toyota. Good quality, good resale, long lasting, good fuel, comfortable....
  • Personally I like Honda, they are very reliable.
  • My personal favorite was the Toyota Caviler.. Toyota BOUGHT IT FROM GM and imported it into Japan to be sold as a Toyota. It was the same Caviler as sold by Chevrolet with right hand drive. (I work for GM and just had to give this answer) DR away..
  • Well...i cant tell you about the best car...but the best make is incontestably HondaAcura... pperhaps a Honda Legend...it eats up an M5,,..or an Nsx...it eats up a ferrari...and i'm not kidding..the proof is that i'm an engineer at BMW...but i know a lot about Honda..i have fiends in there,...and its the only japanese automaker which can rivalise with big makes of other countries...second comes toyota,nissan,mitsubishi,mazda,subaru...and others..
  • I love the Toyota Corolla, I had one that was totalled, now I have a hugh Buick that I can't drive.
  • The 1990 Nissan Figaro,made for the Japanese market (right hand drive).It is a sort of remake of the Porche of the 1960's style.The convertible top automatically folds into the trunk.I will soon own one.
  • The Prius. It's the only one I'd even consider having in my garage.
  • Mitsubishi Evolution 10! There are 4 others here.. I also agree that these cars should be included in the next fast and the furious! http://stagelifesite.com/movies/4-japanese-cars-that-should-be-in-the-next-fast-and-the-furious/
  • I have had two Toyota Corollas and loved them both. I don't think I would buy an American car.
  • Nissan Skyline R-34j, kicks the crap out of any car on the road in acceleration, speed, and handling. Only costs as much as a Corvette, and can take down a porsche or a ferrari. Too bad it's illegal here.
  • I also love the TOYOTA COROLLA...
  • Acura NSX ... ummmm!
  • First, Lexus is a German brand, not Japanese... Second, Cars should be judged in most cases individually; to say that all Toyota cars are better then another brand is not accurate. Third, thank you DiSTurBiA and Jerv for actually knowing what a skyline I'd say Honda S-2000 Nissan Skylines Series Toyota AE86 Dodge Charger Are my top four I am especially fond of rear wheel drive cars because of their ability to drift, lol. Good question.
  • My top pick currently would be the Nissan GTR.
  • TOYOTA
  • Mitsubishi for the higher end and Suzuki for the lower end.
  • F^%@#&! the jappy cars, get a jappy motorbike! - ZX-14, R1, Hayabusa, CBR1100XX, or the 600s - they're all excellent. Okay, yes, my opinion doesn't count as I know nothing about jappy cars ... EXCEPT THAT THEY ARE NOT JAPPY MOTORBIKES!!!!! GET A JAPPY MOTORBIKE!!!!!!!!!! XP
  • I would say TOYOTA. It is a great car, with little to maintain and fairly cheap on gas.
  • U just cant answer this question with a single example. It depends on whether its a luxury car, a performance car, or just a reliable and fuel efficient car. Each car has its strengths and weaknesses. Following is a categorized list of "best" japanese cars which are ranked 1, 2, and 3 (in my opinion of course): Luxury: 1. Toyota Century (google it, the only toyota with a V12), 2. Lexus LS Models, 3. Acura RL/Honda Legend Performance: 1. Nissan GTR (the new skyline replacement) 2. Toyota Supra Turbo (Calder Edition) 3. Subaru Impreza STI Type R/Mitsubishi Evo VIII/Mazda RX-8 (TIED) Affordable Family Sedans (Mid-Sized/Full-Sized): 1. Honda Accord 2. Mazda 6 (2009, North American Edition) 3. Nissan Maxima (base model) Cheaper Sedans (Sub-Compact/Compact): 1. Honda Civic 2. Toyota Corolla 3. Mitsubishi Lancer Hybrids: 1. Toyota Prius 2. Honda Civic Hybrid 3. Toyota Camry Hybrid pls feel free to post any comments and suggestions about my selection.
  • i had a 96 toyota tacoma it had 205,000 miles only problem i ever was i had to replace the clutch 600 bucks. not bad considering how i drove it rough as shit
  • Orochi! http://www.mitsuoka-orochi.com/english.html
  • Those little SOB's would have killed my father in WWII if given a chance. I wouldn't buy one of their cars it it were the only thing left. Gee, I guess I have some prejudices after all. Sorry.
  • Reliability: Honda Sport/Power: Nissan
  • the Toyota economic buy and maintainance reliable and safe starlet, corola or celica none will dissapoint you ever!
  • Honda accord
  • I prefer Cefiro.. Maker: Nissan Model: Cefiro Year: 2005 CC: 1998 AC/TM Color: Silver Door: 4D Grade/Options/Others: AW/LS CD Player PS/PW/P Found it at sbtjapan.com
  • I have owned five Honda products over the past twenty years and loved every one of them. The cars have few problems and hold good resale value when its time to get another.
  • Motor trend & Consumer reports rate Honda's among the highest. In my opinion they rate above the others as well.
  • For reliability, any Japanese car is fine by me.
  • http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/CAR-Features/Japanese-cars-18-08-09/ Go here to find out and vote
  • Toyota
  • Japanese cars are so yesterday... The Koreans make the best cars now...you should check out the Kia's they are affordable and have a ridiculous warranty.... Check them out here at http://www.kiastoreeast.com/used-car-dealer-louisville.php

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