The Civic wasn’t a luxury car, but it was what many Americans wanted.
By Benjamin HuntingFeb 8
The gorgeous Cosmo Sport launched Mazda’s love affair with the Wankel rotary engine.
By Jim MotavalliDec 20
It’s an ultra-rare model with two flat-twin motors—one for each axle.
By Nina RussinOct 12
Performance at an affordable price remains the key.
By Benjamin HuntingSep 6
This Corona Mark II wagon was sitting for more than 30 years before a Toyota dealer purchased it from the original owner.
By Bradley BermanJul 7
It was Japan’s first mass-produced mid-engine car—a much-loved small affordable two-seat sports car with a cult-like following.
By eBay MotorsJun 30
What would a Skyline GTR look like in truck form, straight from the Nissan race factory?
The Nissan 240SX is the first choice for many fledgling drifters like LZ.
It's a rare FJ45 destined for the concours d'elegance rather than the Congo.
The Toyota Celica All-Trac Turbo was the first compact hatchback to bring the fruits of rally racing directly to customers.
In late 1981, Toyota combined its entry-level Celica with the more powerful Supra coupe in order to create a sporty GT.
The upstart Japanese automaker was looking to attract American enthusiasts to its brand for the very first time.
All six generations of the storied GT-R are displayed under one roof at this year’s New York auto show.
American buyers found its performance utterly unsuitable for America’s high-speed interstates.
Toyota’s two-door 4X4 never goes out of style.