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This is a list of minor and background vehicles appearing in Initial D.

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BMW[]

BMW X5 E70[]

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The BMW X5 E70 is the second-generation BMW X5 mid-size luxury crossover SUV. It was produced from 2006 to 2013.

A BMW X5 E70 can be seen in each film in the Legend trilogy: Legend 1: Awakening, Legend 2: Racer, and Legend 3: Dream.

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Chevrolet[]

Chevrolet Astro[]

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The Chevrolet Astro is a van that was manufactured and marketed by the Chevrolet division of American auto manufacturer General Motors from 1985 to 2005.

A 1996 Chevrolet Astro can be seen in Act 1, Act 4, Act 6, Act 9, Act 10 and Act 11 of Fifth Stage.

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Daihatsu[]

Daihatsu Hijet[]

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The Daihatsu Hijet is a cab over microvan and kei truck produced and sold by the Japanese automaker Daihatsu since 1960.

A 1994 Daihatsu Hijet can be seen in Act 10 of First Stage.

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Daihatsu Mira[]

A second generation (1986-1989) Daihatsu Mira Walk Through Van

A second generation Daihatsu Mira TR-XX (1988-1990)

A third generation (1990-1994) Daihatsu Mira

The Daihatsu Mira is a kei car-type vehicle built by the Japanese car maker Daihatsu.

A 1984 Daihatsu Mira Walk Through Van in Act 21 of First Stage, used to deliver the bouquet and challenge from Ryosuke Takahashi to Takumi Fujiwara.

A 1988 limited edition 1988 Daihatsu 500 Mira Sedan TR-XX Limited is seen in Act 11 of First Stage.

Koichiro Iketani helps Mako Sato fix a 1990 Daihatsu Mira when they first meet in Act 15 of First Stage. This car is not seen again, so it's unknown as to whether she owns this car.

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DeLorean Motor Company[]

DeLorean DMC-12[]

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The DMC DeLorean was a sports car manufactured by the DeLorean Motor Company between 1981 and 1983. The car was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and stood out for its gull-wing doors and brushed stainless-steel outer body panels, as well as an innovative fibreglass body structure with a steel backbone chassis. It became widely known for its disappointing lack of power and performance, which did not match the expectations created by its looks and price tag.

It became iconic for its appearances as the time machine in the Back to the Future media franchise after 1985.

In Initial D, a 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 can be seen in Act 2 and Act 4 of Second Stage.

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Fiat[]

Fiat Palio[]

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The Fiat Palio is a supermini car which was produced by the Italian manufacturer Fiat from 1996 until 2017.

A 1996 Fiat Palio can be seen in Act 1 of Extra Stage.

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Ford[]

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Ford Focus MK2[]

The Ford Focus is a compact car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company that started production in 1998.

A 2004 Ford Focus can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening, Legend 2: Racer and Legend 3: Dream.

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Hino[]

Hino Rising Ranger[]

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The Hino Ranger is a medium-duty commercial truck manufactured by Hino Motors since 1964. The fourth generation was introduced in 1989 and was marketed as the Rising Ranger following a facelift in 1994.

A 1994 Hino Rising Ranger appears in Act 16 of First Stage.

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Honda[]

Honda Ballade Sports CR-X[]

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The Honda Ballade Sports CR-X (later known simply as the Honda CR-X) is a front-wheel-drive sport compact car manufactured by Honda between 1983 and 1991.

The CR-X is visible in the background Act 2, Act 7, Act 13 and Act 16 of First Stage, and Act 1 of Second Stage with the Myogi NightKids. and is playable in the PlayStation game Initial D.

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Honda City[]

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The Honda City is a subcompact car which has been produced by the Japanese manufacturer Honda since 1981.

A 1982 Honda City can be seen twice at the gas station in Act 13 of First Stage.

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Honda CR-V[]

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The Honda CR-V is a compact crossover SUV manufactured by the Japanese automaker Honda since 1996. It uses the Honda Civic platform with an SUV body design.

A 1996 Honda CR-V is seen in Chapter 34 of Initial D where Takumi Fujiwara battles against Shingo Shoji.

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Honda Dio[]

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The Honda Dio is a scooter manufactured by Honda and was introduced in 1988.

Koichiro Iketani can be shown riding a 1996 Honda Dio 50 in Act 3 of First Stage.

A Honda Dio is used by the Project D team to examine the Tsukuba Fruits Line in Act 19 of Fourth Stage.

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Honda Fit[]

A first generation (2001-2007) Honda Fit

A second generation (2007-2013) Honda Fit

The Honda Fit is a five-door supermini manufactured and marketed by Honda since 2001.

A 2001 Honda Fit can be seen in Act 1, Act 2 and Act 18 of Fourth Stage, Extra Stage 2, and Act 1, Act 2, Act 3, Act 4, Act 6, Act 9, Act 10 and Act 11 of Fifth Stage.

The 2007 Honda Fit can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening and Legend 3: Dream

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Honda S-MX[]

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The Honda S-MX is a compact MPV produced by Honda, sold between 1996 and 2002.

A 1996 Honda S-MX can be seen in Act 21 of First Stage.

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Honda Stepwgn[]

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The Honda Stepwgn is a mid-sized MPV produced by Honda since 1996. It is designed with a higher cabin and can accommodate eight people.

Itsuki Tachibana tries to drive a 1997 Honda Stepwgn against Takeshi Nakazato before Takumi Fujiwara comes to race in his place in the 2005 live action movie.

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Honda VFR750[]

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The Honda VFR750F is a motorcycle produced by Honda from 1986 to 1997.

A Honda VFR750 can be seen in Third Stage.

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Isuzu[]

Isuzu Elf[]

The Isuzu Elf is a medium duty truck produced by Isuzu since 1959.

Bunta Fujiwara drives a 1993 Isuzu Elf Car Carrier when he comes to pick up Takumi after the Eight-Six's engine blew during his battle against Kyoichi Sudo. Several other 1993 Isuzu Elfs can be seen in Third Stage, Act 1, Act 2, Act 14 of Fourth Stage, and Act 1, Act 2, Act 4, Act 9, Act 10 and Act 11 of Fifth Stage.

A 1999 Isuzu Elf can be seen in the 2005 live action movie.

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Isuzu Fargo[]

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The Isuzu Fargo is a light commercial van manufactured between 1980 and 2001 by the Japanese automaker Isuzu in Japan. The Fargo spanned two generations, the first of which was sold between 1980 and 1995 as both van and pickup body styles.

A 1981 Isuzu Fargo can be seen in Act 6 of First Stage.

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Isuzu Forward[]

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The Isuzu Forward is a line of medium-duty commercial vehicles manufactured by Isuzu since 1970.

A 1999 Isuzu Forward can be seen in Act 1, Act 6, Act 10 and Act 11 of Fifth Stage.

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Mazda[]

Mazda Bongo[]

A third generation Mazda Bongo

A fourth generation Mazda Bongo

The Mazda Bongo (also known as Mazda E-SeriesMazda Access, Nissan Vanette and the Ford Econovan) is a cab-over van and pickup truck manufactured by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Mazda since 1966. 

Third Generation Mazda Bongos are used as the Project D vans from Fourth Stage onwards, Nissan Vanettes (rebadged Mazda Bongos) are also used. Todo School is seen using the same vans as well.

A 2001 Mazda Bongo can be seen in the 2005 live action movie.

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Mazda Familia[]

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The Mazda Familia is a small family car that was manufactured by Mazda between 1963 and 2003.

A 1997 Mazda Familia can be seen in the 2005 live action movie

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Mazda Titan[]

A second generation Mazda Titan

A fourth generation Mazda Titan

The Mazda Titan is a commercial truck produced by Japanese automaker Mazda since 1971.

A 1987 Mazda Titan can be seen in Act 17 of First Stage.

A 2000 Mazda Titan can be seen transporting the Eight-Six in the 2005 live action movie.

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Mercedes-Benz[]

Mercedes-Benz is a German car maker based in Stuttgart, Germany. Mercedes-Benz is known for their luxury vehicles, with the company being one of the largest sellers of premium vehicles in the world.

Mercedes-Benz W201[]

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The Mercedes-Benz W201 (marketed under variants of the Mercedes-Benz 190 nameplate) was the first compact executive car manufactured by German automotive manufacturer Mercedes-Benz. They were produced from 1982 to 1993.

In the manga, Papa drives a Mercedes-Benz 190E, a Mercedes-Benz W201 that makes use of fuel injection technology instead of a carburetor.

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Mercedes-Benz A Class W168[]

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The Mercedes-Benz A-Class is a subcompact executive car (subcompact in its first two generations) produced by the German automobile manufacturer Mercedes-Benz. The first generation was introduced in 1997 and was followed by a second generation in 2004.

The 2004 Mercedes-Benz A Class is seen in Act 3, Act 14 and Act 18 of Fourth Stage.

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Mercedes-Benz E Class W210[]

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The Mercedes-Benz W210 is an executive car which was produced from 1995 through 2002. They were sold under the E-Class model names in both sedan (saloon) and station wagon (estate) body types.

In the anime, Papa is shown to drive one of these

Another can be seen in Act 10 of Second Stage, Plenty in Third Stage, and Act 1, Act 4, Act 6 and Act 10 Fifth Stage.

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Mercedes-Benz S Class W126[]

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The Mercedes-Benz W126 is a series of S-Class automobiles manufactured by Mercedes-Benz between 1979 and 1992. It introduced many Mercedes-Benz safety innovations, including the first seatbelt pretensioners.

A Mercedes-Benz W126 can be driven in the PlayStation game Initial D.

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Mercedes-Benz S Class W140[]

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The Mercedes-Benz W140 is a series of flagship vehicles that were manufactured by the German automotive company Mercedes-Benz from 1991 to 1998.

A 1998 Mercedes-Benz W140 is one of the cars driven by Papa in the 2005 live action movie.

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Mercedes-Benz S Class W220[]

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The Mercedes-Benz W220 is a series of S-Class automobiles manufactured by Mercedes-Benz between 1998 and 2005

A 2003 Mercedes-Benz W220 is one of the cars driven by Papa in the 2005 live action movie.

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Mercedes-Benz S Class W221[]

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The Mercedes-Benz W221 is the successor of the Mercedes-Benz W220 manufactured between 2005 and 2013

A 2005 Mercedes-Benz W221 is seen in Legend 3: Dream.

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Mercedes-Benz E Class W123[]

The Mercedes-Benz W123 is a range of executive cars produced by German manufacturer Mercedes-Benz from November 1975 to January 1986.

An 1975 Mercedes-Benz W123 E-Class can be seen using the car wash at the Esso Gas Station in Act 14 of First Stage.

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Mitsubishi[]

Mitsubishi Delica Space Gear[]

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The Mitsubishi Delica is a range of vans and pickup trucks designed and built by the Japanese automaker Mitsubishi since 1968. Its name is a contraction of the English language phrase Delivery car.

A 1994 Mitsubishi Delica Space Gear can be seen in Act 24 of First Stage.

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Mitsubishi Diamante[]

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The Mitsubishi Diamante is an automobile that was manufactured by Mitsubishi Motors from 1990 to 2005.

A 1990 Mitsubishi Diamante can be seen in Act 24 of First Stage.

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Mitsubishi Galant[]

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The Mitsubishi Galant is an automobile which was produced by Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi from 1969 to 2012. The model name was derived from the French word galant, meaning "chivalrous".

A 1994 Mitsubishi Galant can be seen in Act 1 and Act 8 of Second Stage.

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Mitsubishi GTO[]

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The Mitsubishi GTO is a sports car built by the Japanese automaker Mitsubishi between 1991 and 1999. In most export markets it was rebadged as the Mitsubishi 3000GT. It was also imported and sold by Chrysler of North America as the Dodge Stealth captive import from the 1991 to 1996 model years with only minor detail/appearance differences; mechanically, the two cars were almost identical.

Several 1997 Mitsubishi GTOs can been seen in Act 1, Act 4, Act 6, Act 8 and Act 14 of Fifth Stage and in Act 3 and Act 4 of Final Stage

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Mitsubishi Mirage[]

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The Mitsubishi Mirage is a range of cars produced by the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi from 1978 to 2003 and again since 2012. The hatchback models produced between 1978 and 2003 were classified as subcompact cars, while the sedan and station wagon models, marketed prominently as the Mitsubishi Lancer, were the compact offerings.

A 1995 Mitsubishi Mirage can be seen in the 2005 live action movie.

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Mitsubishi Pajero[]

A first generation (1982–1991) Mitsubishi Pajero

A second generation (1991-1999) Mitsubishi Pajero

The Mitsubishi Pajero is a full-size sport utility vehicle manufactured and marketed globally by Mitsubishi.

A 1987 Mitsubishi Pajero can be seen at the gas station in the 2005 live action movie.

Koichiro Iketani crashed his Silvia S13 when he swerved to dodge a 1991 Mitsubishi Pajero in Act 2 of First Stage.

Another can be seen in Act 5, Act 6, Act 10, Act 11, Act 16 and Act 21 of the same Stage, Act 8, Act 10 and Act 11 of Second Stage, Act 1 of Extra Stage, Act 1, Act 2 and Act 18 of Fourth Stage, Extra Stage 2, Act 1, Act 3, Act 4, Act 6, Act 10 and Act 11 of Fifth Stage and Act 1 and Act 4 of Final Stage.

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Mitsubishi Fuso[]

Mitsubishi Fuso Canter[]

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The Mitsubishi Fuso Canter is a line of light-duty commercial vehicle manufactured by Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation since 1963.

The 1994 Mitsubishi Fuso Canter can be seen in Act 1 and Act 21 of First Stage. Another can be seen in Legend 3: Dream.

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Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter[]

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The Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter is a line of medium-duty commercial vehicle produced by Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation since 1984.

A 1984 Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter can be seen in Act 6 of First Stage.

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Morris Motors[]

Mini Cooper[]

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The Mini is a small economy car produced by the English-based British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000. The original is considered an icon of 1960s British popular culture.

A 1963 Morris Mini Cooper MK1 can be seen at the gas station in Act 12 of Second Stage.

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Nissan[]

Nissan 300ZX[]

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The Nissan 300ZX is a sports car in the Nissan Z-car family that was produced across two similar but unique generations. As with all other versions of the Z, the 300ZX was sold within the Japanese domestic market under the name Fairlady Z. It was sold in Japan from 1983 to 2001.

A 1991 Nissan Fairlady Z (Z32) can be seen in First Stage Act 5. Another can be seen at Legend 1: Awakening.

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Nissan Cedric[]

A seventh generation (1987–2015) Nissan Cedric

A ninth generation (1995-1999) Nissan Cedric

The Nissan Cedric is a large automobile produced by Nissan since 1960.

Plenty of 1987 Nissan Cedrics can be seen in Third Stage.

A 1995 Nissan Cedric is seen being used by Keisuke Takahashi's old gang. Others can be seen in Act 1, Act 2, Act 5, Act 9, Act 14, Act 18 of Fourth Stage, Extra Stage 2, Legend 1: Awakening and Legend 2: Racer.

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Nissan Cima[]

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The Nissan Cima is a large full-size luxury sedan produced by Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. for the Japanese market. The car's name is derived from Spanish for "summit".

A 1996 Nissan Cima can be seen in Act 24 of First Stage.

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Nissan Diesel Condor[]

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The UD Condor is a line of medium-duty commercial vehicle produced by Nissan Diesel (now UD Trucks), first introduced in 1975. The range was primarily available in other big-size and mid-size trucks.

In the Live Action adaptation, Team Emperor uses one of these to move Kyoichi Sudo's Lancer Evolution 3.

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Nissan March[]

A second generation (1992–1997) Nissan March

A third generation (2002–2010) Nissan March

The Nissan Micra, known in most of Asia as the Nissan March, is a supermini produced by the Japanese manufacturer Nissan since 1982.

Kyoichi Sudo crashes his car after swerving to dodge a 1998 Nissan March during his race against Takumi Fujiwara and Ryosuke Takahashi in the 2005 live action movie.

2002 Nissan Marchs can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening, Legend 2: Racer and Legend 3: Dream.

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Nissan Moco[]

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The Suzuki MR Wagon is a 4-seater mini MPV manufactured by Suzuki for the Japanese market only, and also marketed in Japan by Nissan as the Nissan Moco under an OEM agreement. The model debuted in 2001, and since 2011 it has been in its third generation.

The 2002 Nissan Moco can be seen in each film in the Legend trilogy: Legend 1: Awakening, Legend 2: Racer, and Legend 3: Dream.

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Nissan Prairie/Liberty[]

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The Nissan Prairie is a mini MPV/compact MPV manufactured and marketed by Nissan from 1981 to 2004. When the third generation of this vehicle was introduced in Japan, it was renamed initially Prairie Liberty, with the "Prairie" name eventually dropped in November 1998.

A 2004 Nissan Prairie/Liberty is seen in Chapter 488 where Takumi along with Mika in his father's Impreza avoids it in a traffic accident pile-up in a highway.

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Nissan Primera[]

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The Nissan Primera is a large family car which was produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan from 1990 to 2007, for the Japanese and European markets. The word "primera" is Spanish for "first class" or "finest".

A 1990 Nissan Primera can be seen in Act 23 of First Stage.

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Nissan Stagea[]

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The Nissan Stagea is a station wagon produced by Nissan from 1996 to 2007.

2002 Nissan Stageas can be seen in Act 17 of Fourth Stage, Act 6 and Act 14 of Fifth Stage and Act 3, of Final Stage, the first being one of the cars driven by Keisuke Takahashi's old gang. Sidewinder team's chief mechanic Eiji Kubo owns one.

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Nissan Vanetta Serena[]

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The Nissan Serena is a minivan manufactured by Nissan, launched in 1991 as compact passenger van.

A 1991 Nissan Vanetta Serena can be seen in Act 16 of First Stage.

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SAAB[]

[[Wikipedia:Saab_900 SAAB 900]

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The Saab 900 is a mid-sized automobile which was produced by Saab from 1978 until 1998 in two generations. The first generation from 1978 to 1994 is known as the "classic" and the generation from 1994 to 1998 is known as the "new generation".

A 1987 SAAB 900 can be seen in Act 15 and Act 21 of First Stage.

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Subaru[]

Subaru Alcyone SVX[]

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The Subaru Alcyone SVX (pronounced "al-SIGH-uh-nee"), also known outside of Japan as the Subaru SVX, is a two-door grand tourer coupé sold by Subaru from 1991 to 1996. The name "Alcyone" refers to the brightest star in the Pleiades star cluster, on which the Subaru logo is based.

1991 Subaru Alcyone SVXs can be seen in Third Stage, Act 14, Act 18 and Act 24 of Fourth Stage, Extra Stage 2, and in Act 1, Act 6, Act 8, Act 14 of Fifth Stage and Act 3 and Act 4 in the end credits of Final Stage.

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Subaru Sambar[]

A fifth generation (1990–1999) Subaru Sambar

A 1994 facelifted Subaru Sambar

The Subaru Sambar is a cab over kei truck and microvan manufactured by Subaru, it has been produced since 1961.

A 1990 Subaru Sambar can be seen in Act 5, Act 9, Act 14, Act 18 of Fourth Stage, Extra Stage 2, Act 1, Act 2, Act 6, Act 9 and Act 11 of Fifth Stage, Act 4 of Final Stage, Legend 1: Awakening, Legend 2: Racer and Legend 3: Dream.

Koichiro Iketani is shown driving a 1994 Subaru Sambar in Act 1 of First Stage.

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Subaru Vivio[]

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The Subaru Vivio is a kei car that was introduced in March 1992, and manufactured by Subaru until October 1998.

A Subaru Vivio can be seen in Act 5 in First Stage.

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Suzuki Escudo Nomade[]

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The Suzuki Vitara is a compact SUV produced by Suzuki in four generations since 1988. In Japan and a number of other markets, all generations have used the name Suzuki Escudo.

A 1995 Suzuki Escudo Nomade can be seen in Act 5 in First Stage.

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Suzuki Every[]

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The Suzuki Carry is a kei truck produced by the Japanese automaker Suzuki. The microvan version was originally called the Carry van until 1982 when the van was renamed as the Suzuki Every.

A 1999 Suzuki Every is seen in Legend 2: Racer, used to deliver the bouquet and challenge from Ryosuke Takahashi to Takumi Fujiwara. Another can be seen in Legend 3: Dream.

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Toyota[]

Toyota Alphard[]

A Toyota Alphard

A Toyota Alphard G

The Toyota Alphard is a minivan produced by the Japanese automaker Toyota since 2002. It is available as a seven- or eight-seater with petrol and hybrid engine options. The vehicle was named after Alphard, the brightest star in the constellation Hydra.

A 2002 Toyota Alphard can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening as used by the Akagi RedSuns for their support van.

The 2002 Toyota Alphard G can be seen in Legend 2: Racer and Legend 3: Dream.

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Toyota bB[]

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The Toyota bB is a mini MPV produced by the Japanese car company Toyota for the first generation launched in 2000, and the second generation was built by Daihatsu from 2005.

2000 Toyota bB can be seen in Act 9, Act 14, Act 18 and Act 24 of Fourth Stage, Extra Stage 2, and Act 1, Act 2, Act 4, Act 6, Act 10 and Act 11 of Fifth Stage.

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Toyota Caldina Van[]

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The Toyota Caldina is an automobile manufactured by Toyota for the Japanese market and released in 1992.

A 1992 Toyota Caldina Van can be seen in Act 24 of First Stage. Another can be seen in chapter 364.

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Toyota Camry[]

The third generation (1994–1998) Toyota narrow-body Camry

The third generation (2001-2005) Toyota wide-body Camry

The Toyota Camry is an automobile sold internationally by the Japanese manufacturer Toyota since 1982, spanning multiple generations. Originally compact in size (narrow-body), later Camry models have grown to fit the mid-size classification (wide-body)—although the two sizes co-existed in the 1990s.

Yuichi Tachibana is the owner of a 1994 narrow body Toyota Camry.

A 2001 wide body Toyota Camry can be seen in Legend 2: Racer.

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Toyota Celsior[]

A second generation (1997-2000) Toyota Celsior

A third generation (2000–2003) Toyota Celsior

The Lexus LS is a full-size luxury sedan serving as the flagship model of Lexus, the luxury division of Toyota. The LS 400 debuted in January 1989 with the second generation debuting in November 1994. A domestic-market version of the LS 400, badged as Toyota Celsior, was sold in Japan until the Lexus marque was introduced there in 2006.

Amada's Bosozuku gang owns a second generation Toyota Celsior. Another second generation Toyota Celsior can also be seen in Act 1 of Fourth Stage and Act 1, Act 2 as with Team 264, Act 6, Act 9, Act 10, Act 11 and Act 14 of Fifth Stage.

A third generation Toyota Celsior can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening. Another one is also seen in Chapter 488 where Takumi avoids it in a highway crash pile-up.

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Toyota Corolla II[]

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The Toyota Tercel is a subcompact car manufactured by Toyota from 1978 to 1999 across five generations. The Tercel was marketed variously as the Toyota Corolla II.

A 1992 Toyota Corolla II can be seen in Act 20 of First Stage.

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[[Wikipedia:Toyota Corolla Levin and Sprinter Trueno#AE100/101 Series (1991-1995)|Toyota Corolla Levin]

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The Corolla E100 was the seventh generation of cars sold by Toyota under the Corolla nameplate. The Corolla again had an equivalent model Sprinter, with the Sprinter Trueno being equivalent to the Corolla Levin and both exclusive to Toyota Vista Store Japanese dealerships.

A 1991 Toyota Corolla Levin (AE101) is seen at the gas station in the 2005 live action movie. Another can be seen in chapter 359.

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Toyota Corona[]

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The Toyota Corona is an automobile manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota between 1957 and 2001. The word "corona" is Latin for "crown", a reference to an earlier vehicle Toyota offered called the Toyota Crown.

A 1992 Toyota Corona can be seen in Act 10 of First Stage.

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Toyota Crown[]

The eleventh gen (1999–2001) Toyota Crown

The Toyota Crown is an automobile which has been produced by Toyota in Japan since 1955.

Amada's Bosozoku gang owns a 1999 Toyota Crown Royal Saloon.

The taxi versions can be seen in Act 1, Act 3, Act 6, Act 9, Act 10 and Act 11 of Fifth Stage.

The eleventh generation Toyota Crown taxi

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Toyota Curren[]

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The Toyota Curren is a sport compact coupé built by Toyota from 1994 to 1999. It is based on the T200 series Celica chassis. The name "Curren" is derived from English word "current".

A 1994 Toyota Curren can be seen at the gas station in the 2005 live action movie.

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Toyota Dyna[]

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The Toyota Dyna is a medium-duty cab over truck for commercial use, produced since 1959. "Dyna" is short for dynamic.

A 1984 Toyota Dyna can be seen in Act 23 of First Stage.

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Toyota Estima Lucida[]

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The Toyota Previa, also known as the Toyota Estima in Japan is an MPV or multi-purpose vehicle that was produced by Toyota from 1990 to 2019. The name "Previa" is derived from the Spanish and Italian for "preview".

A 1992 Toyota Estima Lucida can be seen in Act 11 of Second Stage, Third Stage, Act 9 of Fourth Stage, and Act 1, Act 2, Act 3, Act 4, Act 6, Act 7, Act 10 and Act 11 of Fifth Stage and in Act 1 and Act 4 of Final Stage.

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Toyota Granvia[]

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Sold in the Japanese market between 1995 and 2002, the Toyota Granvia is a semi-bonneted van, with the front wheels positioned in front of the front seats for better safety. It is based on the regular HiAce. The Granvia spawned into the upmarket multi-purpose vehicles the HiAce Regius, the Grand HiAce and the Touring HiAce.

A 1995 Toyota Granvia can be seen in Act 14 of First Stage.

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Toyota HiAce[]

A third generation (1985–1989) Toyota HiAce

A fourth generation (1989–2004) Toyota HiAce

A fifth generation (2004) Toyota HiAce Commuter

The Toyota HiAce is a motor vehicle produced by the Japanese manufacturer Toyota. First launched in 1967, the HiAce has since been available in a wide range of configurations, including minivan (MPV) and minibus, van, pick-up, taxi, and ambulance.

A 1989 Toyota HiAce can be seen in Act 5, Act 11 and Act 12 of First Stage.

A 1993 Toyota HiAce is used as the Akagi RedSuns van in First Stage Act 4.

A 1999 Toyota HiAce can be seen in the 2005 live action movie. Another can be seen on the cover of Volume 31.

A 2004 Toyota HiAce Commuter is seen in Chapter 488 where Takumi avoids it in a highway crash pile-up.

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Toyota Hilux[]

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The Toyota Hilux is a series of light commercial vehicles produced and marketed by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota since 1968.

A Toyota Hilux can be seen in the 2005 live action movie. Another can be seen in Chapter 488 where Takumi avoids it in a traffic accident pile-up.

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Toyota ist[]

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The Toyota ist (also known as the Scion xA) is a subcompact car manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota from 2002 to 2016.

A first generation 2002 Toyota ist can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening and Legend 3: Dream.

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Toyota LiteAce/TownAce[]

The fifth generation (1982-1991) Toyota TownAce Van

The fifth generation (1992–1996) Toyota LiteAce Wagon

The sixth generation (1996–2007) Toyota TownAce Noah

The Toyota LiteAce Noah (1996–1998)

The Toyota LiteAce and TownAce are a line of light commercial and derivative passenger vans produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Toyota. The LiteAce launched in 1970 as light-duty truck, with commercial and van/wagon body variants added in 1971. In 1976, Toyota released the larger TownAce van/wagon that derived from the LiteAce. Toyota distributed the R20/R30 model worldwide under several names such as the"Toyota Van" in North American markets.

The 1986 Toyota Van can be seen in Act 3, Act 4 and Act 5 of Second Stage and in Third Stage.

A 1993 Toyota LiteAce Wagon can be seen in the 2005 live action movie.

A Toyota TownAce Noah can be seen at the Esso Gas Station in the 2005 live action movie.

A Toyota LiteAce Noah can be seen in Act 10 of First Stage.

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Toyota Mark II[]

A fifth generation (1984–1988) Toyota Mark II

A sixth generation (1988–1995) Toyota Mark II

An eight generation (1996-2000) Toyota Mark II

A ninth generation (2000-2004) Toyota Mark II

The Toyota Mark II is a compact, later mid-size sedan manufactured and marketed in Japan by Toyota between 1968 and 2004. Prior to 1984, the model was marketed as the Toyota Corona Mark II.

The 1984 Toyota Mark II can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening.

A 1988 Toyota Mark II can be seen in Chapter 438.

A 1996 Toyota Mark II can be seen in Act 1 of Second Stage.

A 1997 Toyota Mark II can be seen in Act 2 of Extra Stage, this same car can be seen in the extra chapter Sentimental White.

The 2000 Toyota Mark II can be seen in Legend 2: Racer and Legend 3: Dream.

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Toyota Platz[]

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The Toyota Platz is a subcompact car that was manufactured in Japan by Toyota from 1999 until 2005.

A 1999 Toyota Platz can be seen at the gas station in the 2005 live action movie.

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Toyota Prius[]

The Toyota Prius II

The Toyota Prius is a full hybrid electric automobile developed and manufactured by Toyota since 1997. Initially offered as a 4-door sedan, it has been produced only as a 4-door liftback since 2003.

A 2003 Toyota Prius II can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening.

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Toyota RAV4[]

A first generation Toyota RAV4

A second generation Toyota RAV4

The Toyota RAV4 is a compact crossover SUV (sport utility vehicle) produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota. This was the first compact crossover SUV; it made its debut in 1994. Although not all RAV4 models are four-wheel drive, RAV4 stands for "Recreational Activity Vehicle: 4-wheel drive".

A 1994 (first generation) Toyota RAV4 can be seen in Act 3 of First Stage.

Second generation Toyota RAV4 can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening and Legend 3: Dream.

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Toyota Vitz[]

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The Toyota Vitz is a three- and five-door subcompact hatchback produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota from 1999 to 2019. The "Vitz" nameplate was used consistently in Japan, while most international markets received the same vehicle as the Toyota Yaris, or as the Toyota Echo in some markets for the first generation. The Vitz name would later be replaced with the Yaris name from its fourth generation onwards.

A 1999 Toyota Vitz can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening.

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Volkswagen[]

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Volkswagen Beetle[]

The Volkswagen Beetle—officially the Volkswagen Type 1 is a two-door, rear-engine economy car, intended for five occupants that was manufactured and marketed by German automaker Volkswagen (VW) from 1938 until 2003.

A Volkswagen Beetle can be seen in the background of Chapter 343

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Volkswagen New Beetle[]

The Volkswagen New Beetle is a compact car, introduced by Volkswagen in 1997, drawing heavy inspiration from the exterior design of the original Beetle. Unlike the original Beetle, the New Beetle has its engine in the front, driving the front wheels, with luggage storage in the rear.

Volkswagen New Beetle can be seen in Legend 1: Awakening and Legend 3: Dream.

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