Toyota is known for producing the greatest compact automobiles, and often leaves the production of luxury vehicles to Lexus.
Although many people are familiar with the Supra, few are aware that buying one costs less than $15,000.
When the Japanese automotive industry was at its height, Toyota designed the Sera. From 1990 until 1995, a supermini coupe went into production.
Another outrageous interpretation of a Kei car in the 1990s was made by Autozam, a former Mazda subsidiary.
The fourth-generation Celica may have slipped under some people's notice, but for $8,791, it's a total deal and a better driver's car than many rivals.
One of the nations capable of producing fun-to-drive, pocket-sized cars is Japan.
The third-generation Acura Integra was offered. It helped establish the Acura identity in the US and was a well-liked mid-range sports vehicle from the start.