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The Century, a long-running Toyota luxury car type, has, however, been competing with the Mercedes-Benz S-Class for many years.

1997 Toyota Century V12

Although many people are familiar with the Supra, few are aware that buying one costs less than $15,000.

MKIII Toyota Supra GA70

When the Japanese automotive industry was at its height, Toyota designed the Sera. From 1990 until 1995, a supermini coupe went into production.

Toyota Sera

Another outrageous interpretation of a Kei car in the 1990s was made by Autozam. The AZ-1, produced by Autozam in 1992, is distinct from all previous Kei vehicles.

Autozam AZ-1

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.

Fourth-Gen Toyota Celica ST160

One of the nations capable of producing fun-to-drive, pocket-sized cars is Japan. Suzuki had the Cappuccino while Mazda is renowned for inventing the classic Miata.

Suzuki Cappuccino

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.

Third-Gen Acura Integra Type R

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