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Newera Imports

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Newera Imports

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  • MODEL HISTORY Created to compete in the World Rally Championship, regulations stated that Toyota had to build road-going versions of their Group A rally car (2500 units). The GT-Four is referred to as a "homologation special". Truly a rally car for the road. In 1995 Toyota Europe was caught using illegal turbo restrictors at the Rally Catalunya and were given a one-year ban. The FIA president called the illegal turbo restrictor "the most sophisticated device seen in his 30 years of motorsports." ...

    65,250
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY The Lancer Evolution 6 Tommi Makinen also known as the TME, or Evo 6.5 is considered by many to be the best Lancer Evolution Mitsubishi ever produced and said by some to be one of the most hardcore and talented production cars ever built. Figures quoted state 2,500 examples were made from 2000-2001, of which some were LHD examples and some rare RS models, which would mostly have been used for competition. As with many icons, sadly these were forgotten for some years and went out of ...

    51,610
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY From extensive experience of being the top source of Skyline GT-R’s since 1998, we began predicting that 32 GT-R's were destined to become prized classics as far back as 2009. At first, few believed us, despite our knowledge of the JDM market, but roll on a decade or so and by now all enthusiasts have witnessed the sharp decline in availability in Japan of the best Skyline GT-Rs and an accompanying steady but strong rising in values, especially for high spec. rust free examples ...

    68,272
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY The Mercedes Benz W124 series was the most successful car range in the company's entire history and today the 124 range is appreciated not only for its design & engineering excellence but also for its longevity & continued practicality. A total of 2,737,860 units of the 124 series were manufactured during just over 11 years in production, with 340,593 estates. Of these, only 18,368 were manufactured as E320 models (built from Sept 1992 to February 1996). With this many cars produced, ...

    67,098
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY Every self-respecting hot hatch enthusiast is aware of the virtues of the Honda Integra Type R. The latter-day DC5 is a lesser-known quantity: unlike its older sibling the DC2, it was only officially made for the Japanese market and is a rare sight on the U.K.’s roads. Being the replacement, the DC2's successor was larger and more practical, more powerful and endowed with newer technology to make it arguably a better all-rounder. Honda had gathered a team of ex-F1 engineers to ...

    67,898
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY The Alfa Romeo GTV (Gran Turismo Veloce) was originally first designed as far back as 1987 as a replacement for the Alfetta GTV Coupe. Appearing at first with smaller engines, it was in 1998 that the 3.0 24V V6 Busso engine variant was introduced with a 6-speed manual gearbox and this was the year that Jeremy Clarkson declared his love for it. Car Magazine in the UK also had strong praise for this model and many other publications gave it strong accolades, especially in 1995, when ...

    54,737
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY The Lancer Evo IX MR is the best of the VII-IX models. As the last of the breed before Mitsubishi changed course with the relatively short-lived X model, this is the one with the best specification of all, with better handling, styling & interior equipment than it's older siblings. MIVEC variable valve timing was introduced on the Evo IX, along with revised styling which included better-styled front & rear bumper designs, rear spoiler & the addition of rooftop vortex generators. The ...

    68,274
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY The 205 1.9 GTi needs no introduction to anybody who was a car enthusiast in the 1980s & '90s in Europe. Back then, magazines all held this little Peugeot in the highest regard for its immensely entertaining handling abilities whilst being able to provide fast progress from A to B. Never a dull journey. Despite being a small car, its design meant it was practical to use, whilst being attractive to look at. In hot hatch terms, this was the truest legend which has never since been bettered ...

    108,244
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY The W212 and S212 Mercedes-Benz E-Class series is the fourth-generation of the E-Class range of executive cars. The 212 series was produced by Mercedes-Benz between 2009 and 2016 as the successor to the W211 E-Class. The estate version (chassis code S212) was unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, with exterior design by Winifredo Camacho and interior styling by Thomas Stopka. The design was considerably more angular and aggressive than its predecessors and Mercedes gave the ...

    73,245
    Sussex
  • MODEL HISTORY The W212 and S212 Mercedes-Benz E-Class series is the fourth-generation of the E-Class range of executive cars. The 212 series was produced by Mercedes-Benz between 2009 and 2016 as the successor to the W211 E-Class. The estate version (chassis code S212) was unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, with exterior design by Winifredo Camacho and interior styling by Thomas Stopka. The design was considerably more angular and aggressive than its predecessors and Mercedes gave the ...

    60,390
    Sussex
  • MODEL HISTORY Launched in May 1997 to replace the outgoing & much-revered 850R, the V70R is considered by those who know to be one of the best fast estates of the ’90s. These are capable of offering a long service life with high mileages and reliability if well maintained. A sign of good design is a shape that doesn't age over time but always looks fresh. This was the last Volvo designed by Volvo before Ford bought the company... There's a very interesting article, examined through its adverts, ...

    23,478
    Sussex
  • MODEL HISTORY The Mercedes Benz W124 series was the most successful car range in the company's entire history and today the 124 range is appreciated not only for its design & engineering excellence but also for its longevity & continued practicality. A total of 2,737,860 units of the 124 series were manufactured during just over 11 years in production, with 340,593 estates. Of these, only 18,368 were manufactured as E320 models (built from Sept 1992 to February 1996). With this many produced, being ...

    82,825
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY Subaru produced their limited edition 22B wide body coupe version of the WRX STI between March and August 1998. The 22B was used to commemorate both Subaru's 40th anniversary as well as the third consecutive manufacturer's title for Subaru in the FIA World Rally Championship. All 413 Japanese cars sold immediately and of these, only 24 units were produced for export markets: 16 for the UK, 5 for Australia and 3 prototypes. Approximately 50 of the Japanese cars were imported privately ...

    106,629
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY The third-generation Impreza was the first hot hatch of the Subaru 4WD Turbo rally-inspired breed, introduced in early 2007 to Japan as a first market. In one fell swoop it replaced the saloon & SWB wagon models all at once, although later in 2008, Subaru also re-introduced the 4-door, as a result of ongoing success and whilst continuing development. Production of 3rd generation performance Impreza models continued until 2014, culminating in the highest performing NBR models. This ...

    64,944
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY The Subaru Technica International Type R is THE most interesting and sought after of the classic shape Imprezas. The classic coupe is the connoisseur`s Impreza - finely honed for maximum performance and capability, this is the most impressive of the breed. STi Version 6 Type R denotes this is a lightweight competition spec. 2 door model. This version 6 model was only made for the Japanese market, with the UK P1 model sold in the U.K. during the same period, but of lesser spec. Version ...

    41,846
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY If you appreciate the difference between genuine quality (as in reliability and customer satisfaction) versus what is dubbed 'perceived quality' (soft touch interiors and reassuring door slam sounds), you'll probably already be a big fan of the Subaru Outback. Strongly built, with no-nonsense engineering, peerlessly reliable, the Outback is the most dependable car of its ilk and, as such, makes a very smart used buy. All the Subaru trademarks continue. The frameless windows offering ...

    61,607
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY Close your eyes and think "Subaru." What do you see in your mind’s eye? Perhaps a Subaru Impreza STi, either the classic original shape or perhaps a later model. Few would think of a Legacy because not least, Subaru U.K.’s notion of a performance Legacy was equipped with a 6-cylinder normally aspirated boxer engine (242 bhp, but a heavier lump & with reduced handling prowess compared to an EJ20). In the usual manner, we have become accustomed to, the Japanese keeping the best ...

    56,264
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY Launched in May 1997 to replace the outgoing & much-revered 850R, the V70R is considered by those who know to be one of the best fast estates of the ’90s; probably the best built of all of them. These are capable of offering a long service life with high mileage capability and reliability if well maintained. A sign of good design is a shape that doesn't age over time but always looks fresh. This was the last Volvo designed by Volvo before Ford bought the company. There's a very ...

    67,784
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY With the BMW M3 Sport Evolution gaining notoriety with DTM racing homologation, Mercedes Benz responded on March 1989 with the 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution, debuted at the Geneva Auto Show to enthusiastic acclaim. Only 502 units of the Evolution model were produced for homologation in compliance with DTM rules of a minimum of 500 units of production. By the beginning of June 1989, all cars had not only been produced but pre-sold, each one in blue-black (199 U) metallic. Because these were ...

    72,902
    Leicestershire
  • MODEL HISTORY The first generation (from 1999–2006) Honda Insight was Honda's first foray into hybrid electric vehicle manufacturing and in its first generation produced as a three-door, two passenger hatchback of remarkable innovation and commitment. The Insight was assembled at the Honda factory in Suzuka, Japan, where the similarly aluminium bodied Honda NSX was also manufactured. With its aluminium body and frame, the Insight was an expensive car to produce & was never designed for high-volume ...

    64,174
    Leicestershire