Last week Nissan announced it was bringing back the 4DSC moniker for the new Maxima. Japan, however, has been making 4-door sports cars from the Prince Skyline to the Lancer Evo.
What’s the sportiest Japanese nostalgic sedan?
What say you, dear reader? As always, the most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What’s the best JNC for NYC?”
From the Mitsuoka Bubu to the Subaru Justy to the AW11 MR2, you guys had no shortage of runabouts that could part the yellow cab seas thanks to their diminutive sizes. However, the winner, returning champion dickie, went with opposite approach and described why gaijinshogun’s choice of a Toyota Century made the most sense:
The BEST car to drive in NYC is a car that you don’t actually have to drive.
Pop the passenger seat open to stretch your legs while enjoying a chilled Asahi from the icebox, secluded from the ubiquitous city noise by the bunker-grade sound insulation. don’t want the plebes to get too nosy? pull your doily curtains shut with the flick of a switch. speaking of flick, why not take one in on your small, grainy CRT television? mute it to take some imaginary calls on your Yakuza boss car phone.
the driver can exit on the curb side of the car, meaning less time to get to your door, open it and grant you a most excellent entrance to whatever event you happen to be attending.
Omedetou, your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop!