1999-2001 Nissan Hypermini




Origine : JP Japon

Catégorie : Berline à hayon 3 portes

Fabriquée à:
JP Yokohama, Kanagawa (Takada Kogyo)

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QA JFK

2017-02-13 19:34
It is quite a struggle to register RHD car, but it can be done here.


NL Desscythe17

2017-02-08 11:48
Mark0 a écrit
Only in my 'perfect' country RHD cars are banned...

What about importing cars witch are not in regular sale?

Here you can import any car if it is at least Euro 3 (so you can't import cars from USA or Japan) or be at least 30 year old .

I think you can import almost any car to the Netherlands, as long as you are willing to pay enormous taxes to compensate for how "dirty" the car is in terms of emissions and how much fuel it consumes.


RB Mark0

2017-02-08 10:40
Only in my 'perfect' country RHD cars are banned...

What about importing cars witch are not in regular sale?

Here you can import any car if it is at least Euro 3 (so you can't import cars from USA or Japan) or be at least 30 year old .


PL sajmon14

2017-02-07 21:04
Legal in Poland
US carcrasher88

2017-02-07 17:48
Here in the US, RHD is mainly for postal use only, though once retired from service, they can be sold to the public.

On the reverse, in Japan, new cars that are LHD are perfectly legal. In fact, some manufacturers offer imported vehicles in LHD instead of RHD.

Chevrolet and Cadillac are two of the best examples.

In Japan, Chevrolet has three cars, and the only RHD one offered is the Captiva, imported from South Korea. The other two are the LHD Camaro and Corvette.

The entire Cadillac lineup in Japan is LHD directly imported from North America.

Other US market vehicles that aren't sold in Japan are easily imported and sold.

www.goo-net-exchange.com/usedcars/

Here, on this site, you can find all sorts of cars for sale in Japan, including numerous US market cars and trucks. Ford F-150s, Toyota Tacomas, Honda Ridgelines, Toyota Siennas, etc.


FR Rinspeed

2017-02-07 17:01
Mark0 a écrit
One question for all users.
Is it legal that you buy and register new car with steering wheel on wrong side (in France to use RHD car and in UK to use LHD car)?

yes i think it's legal in France


NL Desscythe17

2017-02-07 14:15
Mark0 a écrit
One question for all users.
Is it legal that you buy and register new car with steering wheel on wrong side (in France to use RHD car and in UK to use LHD car)?

In the Netherlands it is legal.


RB Mark0

2017-02-07 11:39
One question for all users.
Is it legal that you buy and register new car with steering wheel on wrong side (in France to use RHD car and in UK to use LHD car)?
US carcrasher88

2017-02-06 23:09
A total of 26 Hyperminis made their way to the US. 15 of them were used by University of California, Davis, and the city of Pasadena, CA recieved 11.

The ones that made it to the US even remained right hand drive instead of being built in left hand drive configuration.

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