15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (2022)

How do you get "in" on the Japanese car scene without needing a hefty bank loan to cover costs?

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For all their detractors, Japanese car manufacturers have come up with some of the most "out there" cars of the last 30 years. It's little wonder that with production models that run from quirky little minicars, up to stupid powered monsters, there's a thriving Japanese car scene here in the UK. And with big annual shows like Japfest and JAE, there's plenty of opportunity to meet up and compare metal. But you don't have to blow £30k on an NSX or a GT-R to get in on the action. There's plenty of fun, fierce and just plain odd Japanese cars out there for the budget-conscious.

Up to £1000

Mazda MX-3 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (1) Mazda's entry into the 90s small coupe craze was the little MX-3. Built in Hiroshima and based on the Mazda 323 before it, the MX-3 had a unique selling point under the bonnet - a 1.8 litre V6. The smallest capacity V6 ever seen in a world market road car didn't over endow the car with power - 135hp at best - but it was enough to make progress fun. Toyota Sera 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (2) Have you ever wanted a McLaren F1 or Ferrari Enzo but couldn't afford the six figure sum? Well, the Toyota Sera is the car for you. Based on the much humbler Toyota Starlet, the 100hp Sera won't quite hit the same performance benchmarks, but it does have the same butterfly doors. Mitsubishi FTO 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (3) Like the MX-3, the FTO was powered by a piddly V6, but with a 2.0-litre capacity and Mitsubishi's MIVEC variable valve timing, the little Mitsi could pack up to 200hp. Combined with a sweet chassis, the FTO had all the dynamics and pace of later, more well known front-wheel-drive Japanese screamers, but in a sexier body and without the scene tax those more illustrious badges attract.

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Up to £2000

Mazda RX-8 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (4) It's scarcely believeable that the rotary RX-8 is hitting prices under two grand, but a reputation for needing mollycoddling and a ludicrous fuel economy have truly torn the hoop out of their residuals. If you can afford the 20mpg and put up with the finicky starting and revving requirements, you can get one of Japan's most truly unique and well balanced sports cars. Daihatsu Terios 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (5) It's unlikely you'll ever see a bigger, small car than the Daihatsu Terios. Weighing in at barely a ton, the rugged looking Daihatsu comes with a 90hp 1.3-litre engine. When new, Japanese buyers could've got an alarming 140hp turbo version and permanent 4WD on some models, making it a bizarre blend of city car and offroader. And when was the last time you saw one? Honda CR-X del Sol 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (6) In the 1990s, all of the major Japanese manufacturers were making small, fun coupes and each had its own unique selling point, but the CR-X del Sol managed two. The first was a screaming 1.6-litre VTEC engine which could produce up to 170hp in VTi trim. The second was the "TransTop" - a folding metal hardtop now seen on myriad coupe-cabriolet versions of European manufacturers' hatchbacks.

Up to £3000

Honda Accord Type R 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (7) The Japanese excel at taking humdrum cars and making them sublime and there's no greater example than the Accord. The ordinary model defines dreary, but the Type-R is loopy. The slightly larger 2.2 engine overcomes some of the criticisms about torque in VTEC cars and makes it a good all-round sports saloon. Watch out for the geeks though - they'll point out that the ATR isn't a Japanese car at all, with all examples built in Swindon and sold only in Europe! Toyota MR2 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (8) The first-gen MR2 is one of the most iconic cars ever to come out of Japan, but good ones are rare and pricey. The second-gen got fat and added big power, particularly the imported turbo models, making for a tricky car in the wet. This third gen model is an overlooked gem. Harking back to the original, Toyota went lightweight and gave it a peaky 1.8-litre VVTi, producing a car often compared favourably with the Mazda MX-5. If you're planning on camping at JAE though, you might like to take a second car - the MR2 has no boot at all. Nissan 300ZX 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (9) The 300ZX is a little overlooked in the classic Nissan line-up. Overshadowed in its day by the Skyline GT-R, it was remembered as the fat car that killed the Z badge until Nissan revived it with the 350Z. But the 300ZX gave big power figures - equalling the GT-R on paper with the declared 276hp - and delivered it all to the rear wheels. With the Skyline's Super HICAS active rear wheel steering as standard, the 300ZX was brutal yet lithe and its unpopularity at the time makes it a good bargain buy now.

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Up to £4000

Nissan Stagea 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (10) The Stagea is a Nissan Skyline with an estate body - you could even get Stageas that were essentially Skyline GT-Rs. That's worth repeating several times; the same insane turbo engine, the same complex electronics underneath, the same Earth-shattering acceleration, only you can fit a wardrobe in the back. There's nothing more you could possibly need to know, except how to pronounce it - any guesses? Toyota Supra 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (11) There's almost nothing subtle about the Supra. It's a pumped-up, brutal piece of kit with a straight six and an optional pair of turbos - and that's before we get to the outrageous pantograph wing. With nearly 300hp on tap and all of it produced from the rear wheels, it was a performance benchmark for coupes worldwide throughout its life. Though make sure you buy one sooner rather than later as the supply seems to dwindle each winter, for some reason... Honda Beat 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (12) And then at the opposite end of the scale is the Honda Beat. The Beat was designed, by Pininfarina, as a two seat convertible to fit in with Japan's city car "keijidosha" (or "Kei car") laws. With a tiny, 660cc, three cylinder engine that buzzes to 8,000rpm mounted behind the driver, the featherweight Beat is one of the oddest car concepts ever put into production. Think of it as half of a Honda NSX.

Up to £5000

Honda S2000 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (13) While hopped-up front wheel drive cars are all well and good (click here for a great example), the S2000 showed the world what Honda could do with their VTEC engines in a car meant to go fast from the off. With up to 240hp from 2.0 and 2.2 engines strapped into the front of a striking convertible body, the S2000 was a sharp-looking MX-5 with teeth. Earlier 2.0-litre models had a reputation for visiting hedges and ditches in the wet, but the later models were much improved. If you buy one, just promise us you won't buy an "S200 O" registration plate for it. Nissan Figaro 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (14) Just about the most niche car ever made, the "hateful" Figaro adds what was apparently a much needed coupe option to the Nissan Micra line up. Based on the ancient 1st generation Micra, the Figaro was available originally only to Japanese buyers who won the lottery, but they've become increasingly popular in the UK. Yes, the prices for these are ridiculous, but if you buy a Figaro you'll be joining an owners' circle that includes Vanessa Feltz - what further recommendation could you want? Mazda RX-7 15 Japanese Cars You Can Buy On A Tight Budget (15) By the 1980s, everyone else had given up on the rotary engine - even Mercedes stopped putting them in concept cars - but Mazda soldiered on and the result was one of the most breathtakingly pretty cars they ever made. Though questions remain over the engine's reliability - owners never want to hear the word "seals" - the RX-7 is undeniably a superb package of power, looks and handling. As the successor car sacrificed the power for no better reliability, the RX-7 remains the rotary of choice. Whichever car you go for, hit up the owners' clubs first - they can tell you common faults, how to spot a nail and, most of the time, have several well-known examples up for sale. Of course no-one said you had to be imaginative, and so regardless of your budget, you can just buy an MX-5.

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FAQs

Are Japanese cars affordable? ›

Cost of new cars

Japan has some of the most competitive new vehicle costs in Asia and the rest of the globe. This is due to Japan's vast economy, which allows for "scale economies," as well as the fact that automobiles made locally do not need to be shipped as far for sale.

Why Japanese cars are better? ›

Japanese cars are mass-produced in large numbers. Parts are produced with long-lasting, low-cost materials that can be easily reproduced. It's also worth noting that Japan's best-known automakers (Toyota and Honda) are extremely skilled at building small, modest cars.

Which car will last the longest? ›

Longest-Lasting Cars: Toyota's Land Cruiser Easily Wins the Top Spot
Longest-Lasting Vehicles to Reach 200k Miles – iSeeCars Study
RankVehicle% of Cars Over 200k Miles
1Toyota Land Cruiser16.3%
2Toyota Sequoia11.2%
3Chevrolet Suburban5.1%
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28 Feb 2022

Which Japanese car is most fuel efficient? ›

Japanese Best Fuel Efficient Cars For 2020
  • Honda Fit Hybrid: Honda is the best hybrid vehicle producer and its best fuel-efficient car for 2020 is Honda Fit Hybrid. ...
  • Toyota Camry Hybrid. Toyota Camry is a super fuel-efficient car. ...
  • Nissan Qashqai Hybrid. ...
  • Honda Accord Hybrid.
23 Jun 2021

What is the number 1 car brand in Japan? ›

In 2021, Toyota was the leading car manufacturer in Japan, selling around 1.42 million vehicles. Despite a decrease of 2.1 percent compared to the previous year, Toyota reported more than twice as many unit sales as the runner-up.

What is the best Japanese car in 2021? ›

Japan's bestselling car in 2021 was the Toyota Yaris, which knocked the Honda N-Box off first position after four years at the top. The Honda N-Box, the top-selling passenger car in Japan for the past four years, has finally dropped into second place, overtaken by the Toyota Yaris.

What is the fastest JDM car? ›

Comparison Table
Make and Model0-60 MPH Time (seconds)¼ Mile (seconds)
Toyota Supra MK4 (A80)4.714.5
Mitsubishi GTO-VR44.814
Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34)4.912.3
Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33)5.313
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17 Apr 2022

Do Japanese cars last longer? ›

Do Japanese Cars Last Longer Than American and EU Cars? In a study by the Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Japanese cars are more reliable than their American and EU counterparts. The study showed that American cars start out slow in reliability but catch up to Japanese cars in their tenth year.

Why are Japanese second hand cars cheap? ›

Cost of licensing and owning used vehicles – Perhaps the biggest reason for used Japanese imports being so cheap to buy second hand (when imported into other countries like New Zealand) is due to Japan's strict licensing system that makes it expensive to own a used car for too long.

Is German car better than Japanese? ›

German cars provide sturdier feel, smooth and controlled ride while Japanese cars shake in bumpy roads. Space is wider in German cars so people can sit back and relax. Though safety cannot be guaranteed, German cars are much safer compared to Japanese cars because of more airbags.

Why do Japanese cars rust? ›

“Anything Japanese will still be prone to a bit of rust. It's because they don't use salt on the roads, so don't need rust protection.” “A lot of modern rust issues are specific failures — arch liners rubbing through paint, and blocked drainage channels.”

Are Japanese or Korean cars better? ›

While Korean cars are attractive with their high-tech features and design, no one beats Japanese cars when it comes to safety. Many drivers find a lot of stability in Japanese cars. Oftentimes, you'll be able to enjoy the car for ten years with minimal repairs.

What car brand is most reliable? ›

Toyota earns the top spot as the best automaker for dependability. Toyota vehicles are known for their longevity, and they are proven to last longer than any other brand. Toyotas are built so well they have below-average maintenance and repair costs, which helps contribute to why they remain on the road for so long.

Does Toyota or Honda last longer? ›

The Toyota vehicles also consistently last longer than any Honda. According to statistics based on consumer reports, Toyota is the second most reliable automaker after Mazda, and Corolla is the most reliable model. Honda didn't even make it to the top 10 for average reliability.

How many miles is too high for a used car? ›

What is considered high mileage on a car? Often, 100,000 miles is considered a cut-off point for used cars because older vehicles often start requiring more expensive and frequent maintenance when mileage exceeds 100,000.

Why are Japanese cars so fuel-efficient? ›

One of the main reasons for the increase in fuel efficiency from Japan's car industry is the steady supply of hybrid and electric cars entering the market. The Toyota Prius has long been the shining beacon for hybrid drivers, and it certainly has impacted the wider automotive industry.

What country has the most fuel-efficient cars? ›

By and large, Japan has the highest fuel economy standards compared to the rest of the world.

Do foreign cars get better gas mileage? ›

Better Fuel Efficiency

American cars simply are not as fuel-efficient as European vehicles. European vehicles are built with European gas prices in mind, which are substantially higher than American gas costs. As a result, European cars let drivers get more out of each gallon.

What is the most popular Japanese car? ›

Honda N-Box

The most popular car in Japan in 2021 is the Honda N-Box, as 5.1% of respondents drove one. The N-Box is also a Kei car that has been around since 2011. It has been the most popular car in Japan for two years in a row now.

What is the oldest Japanese car brand? ›

Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd. is the oldest Japanese car manufacturer, mostly known for its range of smaller models and off-road vehicles.

Are Japanese cars most reliable? ›

Japanese cars have a reputation for being more reliable

According to a recent report by Warrantywise, five out of the 10 most reliable car brands in the UK were Japanese-made, including Suzuki, Isuzu, Toyota, Lexus, and Honda. Watson chalks this up to Japanese brands' "attention to detail."

What is the most selling car in the world? ›

Car shoppers purchased more than one million Toyota Corolla models, making it the world's most popular car in 2021. Since its introduction in 1966, Toyota has sold more than 47 million Corolla vehicles. The Japanese automaker launched a redesigned version of the Corolla in 2019.

What car is the king of JDM? ›

The Toyota AE86 is arguably the most iconic JDM car on this list.

Who is the king of JDM? ›

Keiichi Tsuchiya (土屋圭市, Tsuchiya Keiichi, born January 30, 1956) is a Japanese professional race car driver. He is known as the Drift King (ドリキン, Dorikin) for his nontraditional use of drifting in non-drifting racing events and his role in popularizing drifting as a motorsport.
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Keiichi Tsuchiya
Class wins2 (1995, 1999)
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What is the coolest JDM car? ›

Undeniably Cool JDM Cars You Need To Know
  1. Toyota Supra Mark IV (Turbo) Best for: Big horsepower. Model year: 1993-1998. ...
  2. Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X. Best for: Canyon carving, rally style. Model year: 2008. ...
  3. Subaru Impreza WRX STI. Best for: Rally. Model year: 2014. ...
  4. Nissan Skyline GTR. Best for: Being king of the local JDM scene.
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Which cars are better American or Japanese? ›

As much as both cars are considered to be reliable, the Japanese-made vehicles are believed to be more reliable than their American counterparts. They have the best track record in terms of reliability. But when reliability is considered, the vehicles itself are not considered but its overall features and returns.

Are Japanese cars really better than American? ›

If you've heard the jokes about American-made cars breaking down often and not lasting past 100,000 — they're largely true. There are plenty of exceptions, but the general consensus is that Japanese engineering is better than American engineering when it comes to automobiles.

Who makes the best cars Japan or Germany? ›

5 Performance

German brands beat Japanese brands hands down when it comes to performance. German manufacturers put a lot of emphasis on performance and luxury, while Japanese brands thrive on factors such as volume sold, affordability, and reliability.

What is the most beautiful JDM car? ›

These Are The Most Beautiful Japanese Cars Ever Made
  • 8 Mazda RX-7 FD.
  • 7 Toyota Supra (Mk IV)
  • 6 Honda NSX.
  • 5 Nissan Skyline GT-R Nismo Z-Tune.
  • 4 Mazda Cosmo.
  • 3 Honda S2000.
  • 2 Datsun 240Z.
  • 1 Aspark Owl.
29 Nov 2021

What is the cheapest Toyota model? ›

The 2022 Toyota Corolla Sedan it is the cheapest Toyota car available for sale with prices starting at $20,425.

Why do Japanese sell their cars? ›

In Japan, quirks of the market -- and the consumer -- have created a glut of saleable used cars. Strict and expensive vehicle inspections in Japan discourage people from holding on to cars as they age. Moreover, there is a strong cultural aversion among the Japanese to buying almost anything second-hand.

How long do cars last in Japan? ›

As of March 31, 2021, the average passenger car in Japan was in use for about 13.87 years until its registration cancellation. This number represents a record high, increasing from a vehicle lifespan of around 13.51 years in the previous year.

Do Japanese look after their cars? ›

Japanese People Take Better Care Of Their Cars

So when the manufacturer or the dealer says that a service should be done on the car, you can bet the typical car owner will do it, no questions asked. On top of this, most servicing is carried out at official dealerships in their pristine service departments.

How long do Japanese keep cars? ›

Furthermore, vehicles older than 10 years have to pass the inspection every year. As a result, most car owners in Japan write off their cars after 10 years and buy new ones.

Are Korean cars any good? ›

Kia and Hyundai are right behind, making for an all-Korean top three. The next three slots go to the Americans—Ford, Lincoln, Chevrolet—with Lexus and Toyota after them. All these brands score better than the industry average of 93 problems per 100 vehicles.

Is Audi or Mercedes better? ›

Since Audi is all about all-wheel drive, and Mercedes only offers all-wheel drive on some of its models, Audi is an obvious choice when it comes to performance and reliability. Speaking of which, Audi also beat out Mercedes in Consumer Reports' road test as being a much more reliable brand over Mercedes.

What cars rust the most? ›

Here are a list of cars that are more susceptible to rust:
  • Ford Fiesta.
  • Vauxhall Corsa.
  • Land Rover Range Rover Sport.
  • Ford StreetKa.
  • Toyota Rav-4.
  • Jeep Wrangler.
  • Volkswagen Polo Hatch.
  • MINI Hatchback.
19 Nov 2021

Which car makes rust the least? ›

Top 10 most rustproof cars
  • Toyota Camry, Corolla, FJ Cruiser, Highlander, Matrix, Prius, RAV4, 4Runner, Sienna, Solara, Venza, Yaris;
  • Mercedes-Benz B-Class, C-Class;
  • Hyundai Accent, Elantra, Entourage, Santa Fe, Sonata, Tuscon;
  • Kia Forte, Magentis, Optima, Rondo, Sedona, Spectra, Sportage.

Do the Japanese use salt on their roads? ›

It allows speeding on some long straightway, traffic-light free parts of the National Highways. The Japanese do not use salt and other chemicals to melt down ice on frozen roads during winter. Since it rarely snows in the Kansai part of Japan, snow melt after about ten minutes.

Are Kia's as good as Toyotas? ›

Exceptional reliability is the name of the game with both Toyota and Kia. A 2019 study done by J.D. Power found Kia is highest in U.S. initial quality in the non-premium category. J.D. Power also ranked the 2016 Kia Soul, as well as the 2016 Toyota Corolla, Prius, and Prius V among the most dependable cars on the road.

What does Kia stand for? ›

Korea International Automotive (car manufacturer)

How reliable is Kia? ›

The Kia Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 3rd out of 32 for all car brands. This rating is based on an average across 345 unique models. “Kia had 3 popular models in the top 30 with Excellent ratings, including the Soul, Rio, and Forte.

Do Hondas last longer than Toyotas? ›

The Toyota vehicles also consistently last longer than any Honda. According to statistics based on consumer reports, Toyota is the second most reliable automaker after Mazda, and Corolla is the most reliable model. Honda didn't even make it to the top 10 for average reliability.

Are Japanese cars more reliable than American? ›

As much as both cars are considered to be reliable, the Japanese-made vehicles are believed to be more reliable than their American counterparts. They have the best track record in terms of reliability. But when reliability is considered, the vehicles itself are not considered but its overall features and returns.

Are Japanese cars more reliable than German cars? ›

Though safety cannot be guaranteed, German cars are much safer compared to Japanese cars because of more airbags. According to a survey, Japanese cars are considered dependable. German manufacturers took bottom places regarding the dependability factor.

Are Japanese import cars reliable? ›

Japanese used cars are one of the most reliable cars to import because of vehicle's good condition, and are known to be affordable, yet high quality vehicles in terms of standards. The good road condition in the country also makes up for the minimum wear of the vehicles.

Which car brand has the best engine? ›

Top 10 manufacturers – most reliable engines
ManufacturerFailure Rate
1Honda1 in 344
2Toyota1 in 171
3Mercedes-Benz1 in 119
4Volvo1 in 111
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What car brand is most reliable? ›

Toyota earns the top spot as the best automaker for dependability. Toyota vehicles are known for their longevity, and they are proven to last longer than any other brand. Toyotas are built so well they have below-average maintenance and repair costs, which helps contribute to why they remain on the road for so long.

Which Japanese car lasts longest? ›

Which Japanese Car Is The Most Reliable? The longest-lasting Japanese car is the Toyota Avalon in the sedans and the Toyota Sequoia in the SUV's category. Both these family cars are known to last well over 200,000 miles.

Why do Japanese cars last longer than American? ›

He adds that certain Japanese models, such as the Toyota Hilux and LandCruiser, "have a reputation as absolutely indestructible." Due to the intensive engineering process, these cars are longer-lasting and less prone to breakage. Japanese-made cars are usually a good bet, especially if you're buying a used car.

Why are Japanese cars so popular? ›

Most, if not all, Japanese car brands can consistently produce reliable vehicles. Plus, their cars are world renowned for being able to handle difficult terrains and weather/road conditions. These points have helped in the rise to the popularity of Japanese cars.

Why do Japanese cars rust? ›

“Anything Japanese will still be prone to a bit of rust. It's because they don't use salt on the roads, so don't need rust protection.” “A lot of modern rust issues are specific failures — arch liners rubbing through paint, and blocked drainage channels.”

Which cars are better Honda or Toyota? ›

With the categories we looked at, it turns out that Toyota is the superior brand, having more vehicles, better prices, and superior reliability. However, when it comes to choosing between Honda or Toyota, Honda is no slouch either, having similar reliability ratings, affordable prices, and even better safety ratings.

Is Audi or Mercedes better? ›

Since Audi is all about all-wheel drive, and Mercedes only offers all-wheel drive on some of its models, Audi is an obvious choice when it comes to performance and reliability. Speaking of which, Audi also beat out Mercedes in Consumer Reports' road test as being a much more reliable brand over Mercedes.

Do Japanese cars depreciate less? ›

Another particular advantage of owning a Japanese car is that the resale value is relatively high. Japanese cars don't seem to depreciate nearly as fast as American or European manufactured cars. Therefore, people that purchase Japanese cars when they are new, often enjoy much better trade-in values.

Are cars from Japan good? ›

Impressing beyond their domestic market, automakers like Honda, Toyota, and Nissan – nowadays big market names – are very reliable. Many have noted that Japanese carmakers have historically been associated with manufacturing long-lasting and durable vehicles.

How much does it cost to register a car from Japan? ›

The cost to import a car from Japan to USA starts around $2000+ per car. The price for importing a car from Japan will depend on the type of vehicle, the shipment type chosen for ocean transit, and the distances from the origin and destination ports.

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