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Wallpaper gallery of powerful Japanese sports cars - Honda Acura, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and Eclipse,
Mazda RX-7 and RX-8, Nissan Skyline GTR, Toyota Supra and Toyota Celica wallpapers. Beautiful Japanese
car design, Japanese tuning kits, brief history of each Japanese car model and Japanese car resources.
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|Honda S2000 Japanese Cars||Mazda RX-7 Japanese Cars||Mazda RX-8 Sports Cars|
|Mitsubishi Eclipse Sports Cars||Mitsubishi Lancer Sports Cars||Nissan 370Z Wallpapers|
|Nissan Skyline GT-R Wallpapers||Toyota Celica Car Pictures||Toyota Supra Car Pictures|
Japanese Cars Overview:When buying a second hand car, surely you'll want to know if the car is reliable. For, in just about any new car,
in the first three years you are less likely to have problems. True reliability is seen after 3 years of use and over
On this principle is made the next study, the initiators were the British magazine What Car? and Warranty
Direct. Were taken into account about 50,000 cars between 3 and 8 years old. Surprise or not, European
brands have the most problems, but are also the least expensive to repair. On the other hand, Japanese and
Korean brands lead the top in reliability rankings.
European and Asian cars suffer from various problems. While the European cars have especially electrical
system problems, the Asian may suffer at the suspensions level.
Here are the British table results. Are shown the most reliable brands, and the less reliable brands, along
with the chances of having a technical problem during a 12 months period. The cars are rated by a "reliability
program" – a study which takes into account repair costs, car age, mileage and rate of failure.
|Most reliable||Chance of fault 12 months||Least reliable||Chance of fault 12 months|