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5: Subaru Vivio RX-R

Ever wanted a WRX, but only as a microcar? If so, the Subaru Vivio RX-R is for you.

Starting with its role as the beautifully discreet Subaru Vivio K, the Vivio RX-R takes things a step further by injecting a small hatchback with Subaru’s most famous feature: rally race performance.

Ironically, Subaru used the great Colin McRae as a rally car in the Safari Rally and the Japanese WRC series. The Vivio RX-R also has a big hot hatch in road shape, with a supercharger and ADD that delivers excellent performance for the minimum K vehicle class. It’s even available for less than $5,000.

4: Mazda Yunos Cosmo

When it comes to exciting cars with spinning engines, the Mazda RX-7 absolutely shines, yet the Mazda Yunos Cosmo goes overlooked as a true spinning monster.

The Yunos Cosmo is powered by a performance-based, three-rotor twin-turbo engine, which probably delivered more than 300 hp, although it was available for 280 hp at the time due to a “gentleman’s agreement” in Japan.

The Yunos Cosmo was designed in the early 1990s with a comfortable and stylish interior and only power in mind, with the world’s first indoor car GPS system. But all of this made the Yunos Cosmo expensive when it was new, and at that time the legendary status of the Yunos Cosmo was limited due to the financial crisis in Japan, so today you can buy it for less than 15,000. , much better than the now banned expensive rotary brother, the RX-7 FD.

3: The Nissan Stage.

The stage is so close that fans of the Nissan Skyline can now access the station wagon variant of the legendary JDM sedan.

The Stagia R33 GTR offers all the functionality of a station wagon while sharing a surprising amount of additional performance equipment including the vicious RB26DAT engine and AWD system. It is based on the 33 Gen Horizon of the mid-90s. While optional, the stages are still very entertaining, even at their lowest clips, as RWD is standard and the Skyline wheelbase has excellent ride characteristics.

Not a fan of the Skyline, but the Stagia itself is a great car with great and aggressive styling. Available for around $5,000 for the non-RB26 version, the Stegia JDM provides invaluable value to cars as a practical and high-performance niche.

2: Mitsubishi Delica Star Wagon

Normally, full-size beasts like Jeeps or pickup trucks are popular and seemingly sensible choices for rugged off-road adventure vehicles, but the Mitsubishi Delica manages to keep it that way.

One of the strangest mini-vans ever built, the Delica may look strange, but it’s an exceptionally talented vehicle both on and off the road. The Delica is a great and unique little van with a powerful 4WD system, truck-like suspension and chassis, and the practicality of bringing everything you need for the trip.

Get the Star Wagon version of the Delica (in a beautiful way) for a comfortable and spacious cabin with a glass top that gives the Star Wagon a different bus feel. The Delica Star Wagon is a great value for under 10,000. Whether you’re mainly interested in off-road driving or just want a special and small minivan, you can take it everywhere.

1: Subaru Legacy GT-B

The terms “Subaru Legacy” and “performance monster” are not usually synonymous, at least when it comes to Legacies, as we know them in North America.

However, various special editions of the hard and humble Legacy were produced in Japan, adding more features and special parts to bring the car up to the level of other Japanese performance gurus of the time.

Usually a quiet car that kicks up a few levels, the GT-B, a special edition of the JDM Legacy, leads a group of tuned older models. A sequential twin-turbo setup improves engine power to 276 horsepower according to the “gentleman’s agreement.”

But that’s also where the GT handling really shines, thanks to the Bilstein performance-based suspension set that brings the GT-B’s already excellent driving characteristics to the perfect level of a sports car.