“I've bought numerous cars from a variety of dealerships and individuals over the years, but the transaction I experienced at Nippon Imports was exceptionally unique. I appreciate the efforts that Joshua went through to finalize the deal as we did encounter a few logistics issues due to a holiday. He went to great lengths to help me secure the vehicle and the required paperwork in a timely fashion, even driving to me, over an hour away, to save me time. I can't recall ever having such a positive experience purchasing a vehicle as I did with Nippon Imports. Thanks, Joshua, I'll be back for another one soon!”
“I was in the market for a Toyota Celsior. Josh sold me on the crown with the same engine. Flew out and drove her back 1,100 miles, Absolutely blown away. I have never been comfortable purchasing a vehicle across the country without seeing it in person, until last week. He was even willing to pick me up from the airport in his beautiful company Majesta. Very impressed, and very highly recommend.”
“Josh was awesome from beginning to end. The van was better then discribed. He went above and beyond and delivered the van to me an hour and a half away. I would highly recommend Josh to anyone looking for a great deal.”
“Josh is, "Best in Class" and the man to go to if you are looking for the best in JDM Cars period, full stop!! His attention to detail coupled with his dedication to a thorough understanding of the JDM world shows from the minute to meet him. If I could rate my experience at 10 Stars+! Would. I picked up an amazing 1993 Nissan Gloria which he treated like his own baby....and seemingly felt torn when he handed her over to me. Josh is the man!”
“I purchased my 91 Honda Beat from Josh at Nippon Imports and was completely blown away by how easy and enjoyable the buying process was. Enjoyable? Yes, I used that word to describe the purchasing of a vehicle! Not only did Josh maintain outstanding communication during the days (and nights) leading up to my purchase, but if I wanted photos of a particular area he was more than happy to oblige. I didn't need many more since the vast amount of detailed photos he takes leaves very little to the imagination. He even offered to video chat so he could take me on a tour of the vehicle. The icing on the cake is that he hand delivered the vehicle to my house (I live 3 hours away from the dealership). You don't find this level of service just anywhere and I honestly could not have imagined a better car buying experience. I can safely say that I found the unicorn of car dealers.”
Kyle’s Review: “It was my first experience importing a car. I didn't know what I was getting into, but Josh made the experience very simple.”
Kyle reached out to us and explained exactly what he was looking for. We were able to find the Cappuccino he wanted and we stayed within his desired budget. Let us take care of the process for you. Contact us today.
The Nissan Pao is a retro-styled three-door hatchback manufactured by Nissan for model years 1989-1991, and originally marketed solely in Japan at their Nissan Cherry Stores.First announced at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 1987, the Pao was available with or without a textile sun roof and was originally marketed without Nissan branding
Only 14,000 miles! An unbelievable Celsior in like new condition.
SOLD FOR $8,990
The rare factory leather has been kept in great shape. There is no bolster wear to the driver seat. The carpeting was well maintained with no severe staining and the door panels are in equally good condition. Even by today's standards the Celsior is a well equipped vehicle.
“Nippon Imports is The Place to Go if your Looking for a Unique Japanese import. I purchased a 1990 Honda Acty Street G Van last weekend. It Really was the best car buying Experience I’ve ever had! Nippon Imports Pricing is right on point & Fair. Josh the Owner went out of his way and handled all the Paperwork, Tag Transfer and more. I will Definitely be doing more business with Nippon Imports🇯🇵”
The Toyota Century is usually ordered in exactly the way that preserves this modesty intact. It is typically equipped with lace curtains instead of tinted windows for the backseat passengers. The curtains provide privacy more thoroughly than tinted windows, and are believed to generate less attention.
The development of the NSX started with a not so well known prototype called the Honda Pininfarina eXperimental, abbreviated as the HP-X. It was a wild design for the day, and completely futuristic. The car featured no doors; entry was made by lifting the roof of the car. But all of this lead to the development of the NSX that is much loved by today’s car collectors.
This 1979 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ41 was only produced for the JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) and was previously owned by a private company before being directly imported from Japan in February of 2016. It was meticulously maintained, always garaged, and the odometer has been independently verified by JEVIC (Japanese Export Vehicle Inspection Center) at 35,287 converted miles.
Up for sale we have this lovely 1989 Toyota Crown Royal Saloon. The car has just completed the importation process from Japan, and comes with all the associated paperwork, including the owners manual and service book. It has been evaluated as a grade 3.5 car at auction, and is in superb running and driving condition.
This model is called the "Century" because it began production in 1967, exactly one hundred years after the birth of the founder of Toyota. It says Toyota on the badge, but it's not made by Toyota's factories. The Yokosuka plant which makes the Century is not the same as other Toyotas are built upon. The cars are largely hand-made at the plant in Yokosuka.
This 1991 Suzuki Cappuccino (chassis #EA11R-100307) was recently imported directly from Japan back in early November 2016, and is now being offered for sale with a clear title and a valid Florida registration. There were only about 28k units produced for the Japanese market over a six year span, and along with the Honda Beat, and Autozam AZ-1, made up the roadster segment of Kei cars in the early 90's.