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Buying a used Nissan Note from Japan could be a decision if you have a tight budget. Maybe, you also want to use the car in the city instead of using highways requiring greater speeds and power. It is a small MPV manufactured by Nissan since 2004.  Over the years, it has gone through several phases. Nissan has made many incremental changes in the interior and exterior of the over the years. It is…
Buying a used Honda CR-V from Japan has been a dream for many of our regular customers of a compact crossover SUV in the world. Honda started manufacturing the car in 1995. They introduced this car in the US and Canada in 1997. The vehicle is larger than Honda HR-V but smaller than Honda Pilot.  According to Honda, CR-V means Comfortable Runabout car. It is also used a compact recreational…
Toyota Wish is one of the best cars we strongly recommend to anyone who is looking to buy a great compact MPV car for a large family.  It was produced by Toyota Corporation from 2003 to 2017.  It is available as a six or 7 seater car. The engine size comes in either 1.8 or 2.0-litre sizes. It is a lovely car for those who do not want to buy a somewhat larger car such as Ipsum while still consider…
Every industry has its dos and don’ts. And the car industry is no exception.  We want to discuss the top 10 things you should never do to your car to avoid any unwanted issues. These things are as follows.  It does not matter whether you own a Japanese car or a non-Japanese one.  However, following are the practices you should avoid at all costs if you own a car. In fact, there are more than…
Everyone knows that Japanese car batteries are extremely reliable. You do not need to change batteries for your Japanese car so often.  However, sometimes, as you may all know, it becomes necessary to replace your car batteries no matter which car you drive. In the coming lines, we plan to give you some important tips on how to choose the best car batteries when the time comes. Most of us do not…