Best 90s Japanese Sports Car

Discussion in 'Automotive' started by FS16, Apr 5, 2017.

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In the title

  1. Toyota Supra

    20.2%
  2. Toyota MR2

    9.1%
  3. Toyota AE86 (any version)

    12.1%
  4. Nissan Skyline GT-R R34

    8.1%
  5. Nissan Silvia (any version)

    10.1%
  6. Nissan 300zx

    6.1%
  7. Acura Integra Type R

    4.0%
  8. Acura/Honda NSX

    12.1%
  9. Honda Civic Type R

    5.1%
  10. Mitsubishi Eclipse

    4.0%
  11. Mazda RX-7

    8.1%
  12. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution (any version)

    6.1%
  13. Mazda MX-5

    9.1%
  14. Nissan Skyline GT-R R32

    17.2%
  15. Nissan Skyline GT-R R33

    2.0%
  16. Subaru Impreza WRX/22b

    12.1%
  17. Subaru SVX

    6.1%
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  1. FS16

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    Another one of those, this time with cars you actually know. You can choose 2.
    let me know if I forgot sthg
     
  2. Dario555

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    This is very hard.
     
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  3. FS16

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    i can feel the pain youre going through looking at your profile pic, haha
     
  4. amarks240

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    Ctr is a modern classic in my opinion. The nsx is just bad ass. The mr2 and the older evos also really do it for me.
     
  5. Tsutarja495

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    Umm, the AE86 was an '80s Japanese sports car.
     
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  6. Lamzumi

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    Was a VERY hard decision. But chose the AE86 and Skyline R32. AE86's are the most notorious for being the best starter car for drifting because of its power and weight, there's hardly anything that needs doing to them to make them into a good drifter.

    R32 because it was the first Godzilla to dominate on track, its technology was ahead of its time and come on, its a Skyline. At least it has better control than those damn American V8's. Though, if it wasn't a vote for Best 90s JDM Sports Car, I'd choose a R30. That's just personal preference, its hard to explain but it is my all time favourite JDM sports car.

    Edit: Also, as said above, the AE86 is from '83 - '87.
     
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  7. FS16

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    pssht dont tell anyone
     
  8. fufsgfen

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    Where is Subaru SVX?
     
  9. Yottabyte1024

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    ALL OF THEM!!!!!!

    In all seriousness though, it was a hard decision. 90s Japanese sports cars are my favorite. :D

    I ended up picking the Silvia and the Skyline.
     
  10. FS16

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    Added
     
  11. FS16

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    just bumping this so more ppl see it...
     
  12. Rainvest

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    Of course everyone is going to choose the R32, R33, and R34 cause they are popular. I chose NSX cause that's an all rounder.
     
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  13. Lamzumi

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    IMO, I don't think the R33 is that popular. I've always thought of it being the odd one out, most of the people I've met have either chosen the R32 or R34 Skylines and said the R33 doesn't look or handle as well. I personally love the look of the R33, but I'd choose the R30 any day. Don't ask me why, it's just a weird habit of mine.

    I agree with the NSX though, it is a all round great car on track, a really good balanced car. That's what Senna helped make the NSX handle like. Good in corners and on straights. It's just too bad technology has taken over the latest generation, but the AWD system it uses is just awesome. However I don't see the electric engines beating good old combustion engines just yet.
     
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  14. SixSixSevenSeven

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    Gotta vote for my daily drivers predecessor
     
  15. Godzilla!

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    Even though the BNR32 is my personal favorite, I like half of the cars on this list.
     
  16. FireStriker

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    Toyota Supra and the MR2. I am a Toyota fan. Don't judge please.
     
  17. NismoR35

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    I'll go with these.

     
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  18. Inertia

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    Toyota Supra and Mazda RX-7, pure FR sports cars.
     
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    R34 GT-R
     

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  20. skodakenner

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    Damn thats a hard one! These caras would all go on my dream car list!
     
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