Given that we’ve just finished a three-part series on the art of parking, we’d like to hear how you park your JNC. Do you seek out the least ding-prone spot in the lot, or is it a garage-only, “point A-back-to-point A” scenario, or do you hard park it like a yak? Do you always back in, Japanese style, or do you pull in, nose first like some kind of barbarian? We want to know.
How do you park your JNC?
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, “Which concept from the Tokyo Motor Show should be built?”
There were many great cars to choose from at the Tokyo Motor Show this year, so it was not an easy question. While the Mazda RX Vision is a clear favorite amongst the JNC staff, for some reason its supporters of are not the most talkative people. That is, except for boyee and his attempt to bribe the staff (we are totally going to take you up on that offer, by the way).
Ahja made a solid case for the Lexus LF-FC, while mrbill and Ant even advocated for the Toyota Kikai. Then there was banpei who opted for the Daihatsu NoriOri for the whole, you know, good for society thing, but the winner this week was ya_boy_yeti for his inspiring plans for his Toyota S-FR:
Toyota S-FR holy crap can you imagine tearing up in the California canyons? Taking it in to a small shop, drop a turbo, tune it a little, drop it maybe an inch, place a chin spoiler, add a duckbill spoiler, titanium tomei exhaust, ( idk manaray turbina s rims? will that look good? bc i want something 13″) nah… Ill go with Basset Racing Inertia Advantage 13×8. (provided that its 4×100) ILL WAIT FOR YOU MY LOVE.
Omedetou, your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop!