Japanese Domestic

Some articles on japanese domestic, domestic, japanese:

Drifting (motorsport) - Cars
... Despite the export of Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) vehicles to continents outside Japan, drifters in other countries prefer to use local examples as drift cars ... such as Australia, however it is not unusual to see Australian domestic vehicles such as the Holden Commodore or Ford Falcon utilised in drifting competitions ... of JDM cars being imported over the last decade, despite Japanese domestic vehicles being right-hand-drive only ...
Electric Rice Cookers - Japanese Rice Cookers Used Overseas
... Some visitors to Japan desired to buy Japanese domestic models as souvenirs, due to their ability to produce better tasting cooked rice and the ... Since the Japanese domestic models use 100 volts only, they cannot be used in most other countries without adapters and power converters ... the high-end models are available only to the Japanese domestic market ...
Nissan NX - Models - NX Coupe (Japan)
... The Nissan NX was also sold in the Japanese domestic market as the Nissan NX Coupe ... The Japanese domestic NX Coupe's came with either a 1.5 DOHC carburetted engine (GA15(DS)), a 1.6 DOHC EFI engine (GA16(DE)), a 1.8 DOHC EFI engine (SR18(DE)) or the rare 2.0 DOHC EFI engine (SR20DE ... All Japanese domestic models were fitted with electric windows, air conditioning, power steering, electric mirrors and central locking which locked the doors ...
Japanese Domestic Market
... The term Japanese domestic market (JDM) refers to the local market in Japan for Japanese-made motor vehicles and components ... Within the car and motorcycle hobbyist import scene, this term, and the related term Japanese domestic model, most commonly refer to Japanese-brand automobiles and parts designed and ...

Famous quotes containing the words domestic and/or japanese:

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    Gerda Lerner (b. 1920)

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    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)