Japanese Market

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Toyota Celica GT-Four - ST205 (1994-1999)
... The Celica GT-Four ST205 was launched for the Japanese market in February 1994, and for the Australian, European, and British markets in the mid-year ... for the export model and 255 PS (188 kW 252 bhp) for the Japanese market model from an updated 3S-GTE engine matched to the E154F gearbox ... improvements such as an all aluminum hood to save weight, four-channel ABS (optional for the Japanese market), an improved CT20B twin entry/turbocharger, and "Super Strut ...
Hybrid Electric Vehicles - Sales and Rankings - Japanese Market
... market share was 2.8% for the same year ... in total new hybrid sales, with the Japanese market representing almost half (48%) of the worldwide hybrid sales in 2009 while the U.S ... market represented 42% of global sales ...
Nissan Stanza - A10 Series (1977–1981)
... Assembly Japan Australia Rosslyn, Gauteng, South Africa Successor Japanese Nissan AD all A10 series wagons Body style 2/4-door saloon 3/5-door hatchback ... A-series engine and the 1.6 litre L, although North American market cars received a two-litre version ... engine was added at the top of the line-up, mainly for the domestic Japanese market ...
Toyota Corolla (E90) - Japan
... The 1,456 cc 3E engine was only fitted to the Japanese market Van (wagon) version ... Japanese market chassis EE90 — Sedan 4-door (DX Custom, TX) 1.3 liter AE91 — Sedan 4-door (DX, SE, SE Limited G), wagon 5-door 1.5 liter AE92 — 2 door coupé (Levin, Trueno), Sedan 4-door (SE ...
Suzuki TU250
... It is called the ST250 in the Japanese market, and is a popular platform for customization ... TU250x is known as the ST250 E Type in the Japanese market ... TU250 is known as the Volty in the Japanese market ...

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