Car Junction Japan - Japanese used vehicles

 
Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd. | Ford Motor Company | Honda Motor Co. Ltd. | Isuzu  
 
 
Japanese Used Vehicles & Japanese Used Cars

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Car Junction Japan

Car Junction Japan is one of the oldest and the most reputable Japanese vehicles Export Company in Japan. They have been supplying high quality Japanese vehicles and cars at the lowest prices.

At Car Junction Japan! you can:
  • buy good-conditioned vehicles
  • buy New & Used Japanese vehicles
  • buy high quality vehicles at lowest possible prices.
  • definitely save a lot!
visit: www.CarJunction.com
 

Contact Information

Car Junction Ltd.
Saitama-Ken,
Japan.

  • Phone:
    8190 9685 6566
    8190 6512 7444
    8190 2544 9447
    8190 5565 6453
    Fax: 8148 4862 300

Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd.

Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company (Ford) is a global company operating in two business sectors: Automobile sector and Financial Services sector. The Automotive sector sells cars and trucks through out the world. During the year ended December 31, 2004, the Company changed the reporting of its Automotive sector from two segments (Americas and International) to three segments: The Americas, Ford Europe and PAG, and Ford Asia Pacific and Africa/ Mazda. The Financial Services business includes the operations of Ford Motor Credit Company (Ford Credit), a provider of vehicle-related financing, leasing and insurance, and The Hertz Corporation (Hertz), which operates a car and equipment rental business. Ford Motor Company manufactures, assembles, and sells cars, trucks, and related parts and accessories.

Products
Aston Martin
Ford
Jaguar
Land Rover
Lincoln
Mazda
Mercury
Volvo

The Ford Motor Company (often referred to simply as Ford; sometimes nicknamed Ford's or FoMoCo, (NYSE: F is an automobile maker founded by Henry Ford in Detroit, Michigan, and incorporated on June 16, 1903.

Ford radically reformed the methods for large-scale manufacturing of cars, and large-scale management of an industrial workforce. Ford implemented the ideas of Eli Whitney, who developed the first assembly line using interchangeable parts, which made it possible to put the cars together at a much lower cost and with greater reliability and repeatability.

The headquarters of Ford Motor Company are located in Dearborn, Michigan.

Honda Motor Co. Ltd.

Honda Motor Co., Ltd develops, produces and manufactures a variety of motor products, ranging from small general-purpose engines to specialty sports cars that incorporate Honda's internal combustion engine technology. Honda's manufacturing operations are principally conducted in 31 separate factories, five of which are located in Japan. Honda produces a wide range of motorcycles, ranging from the 50-cc class to the 1,800-cc class, in-cylinder displacement. Honda's principal automobile products include passenger cars, multi-wagons and mini-vehicles. Honda offers a variety of financial services to its customers and dealers through financial subsidiaries in Japan and abroad. The Company manufactures a variety of power products, including power tillers, portable generators, general-purpose engines, grass cutters, outboard engines, water pumps, snow throwers, power carriers, power sprayers, lawn mowers and lawn tractors (riding lawn mowers).

BRIEF: Honda Motor Co. manufactures, distributes & provides financing for the sale of its motorcycles, automobiles & power products, portable generators, power tillers and general purpose engines.

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. ( Honda Giken Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha) is a Japanese manufacturer of automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, and scooters. They also make ATVs, electrical generators, marine engines, and lawn and garden equipment. With more than 14 million internal combustion engines built each year, Honda is the largest engine-maker in the world. In 2004, the company began to produce diesel motors, which are very quiet and do not require particulate filters to pass pollution standards. Honda's high-end line of cars are branded Acura in North America.

Honda is headquartered in Tokyo. Their shares trade on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, as well as exchanges in Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, Kyoto, Fukuoka, London, Paris and Switzerland.

Car models
Accord
Beat
City
Civic
Civic CRX
Civic del Sol
Civic Hybrid
Concerto
CR-V
Element
EV Plus, an electric vehicle
FCX, a fuel cell vehicle [1] (http://www.hondacorporate.com/fcx/)
FR-V / Edix, a 6 seater
HSC
Insight, a hybrid electric vehicle
Inspire
Integra
Jazz or Fit
Legend
MDX
N360, a Keicar
N600
NSX
Odyssey
Passport
Pilot
Prelude
Ridgeline
S2000
S600
Today
Z600
Honda Z
During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Honda collaborated with Rover in the development and marketing of the Sterling car.
 

Isuzu Motors Ltd.

Isuzu Jidōsha Kabushiki Kaisha (Isuzu Motors Ltd.,いすゞ自動車) is a Japanese automobile company, headquartered in Tokyo. It has constructions plants in Kawasaki, Fujisawa, Tochigi and Hokkaido. It is famous for producing commercial vehicles and diesel engines. Isuzu produced 16 million diesel engines in 2003 alone, which can be found in cars all over the world.

History

  • 1916 - Tokyo Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd. and Tokyo Gas and Electric Industrial Co. cooperately plan to build automobiles.
  • 1918 - A technical cooperation with Wolseley Motors U.K. is initiated. In 1922 the first Wolseley model A-9 car is domestically produced. The CP truck follows two years later.
  • 1933 - Ishikawajima Automotive Works merges with Dot Automobile Manufacturing and changes its name to Automobile Industries Co., Ltd..
  • 1934 - A meeting with the Ministry of Trade and Industry results in the renaming of the truck to Isuzu, after the Isuzu river. Isuzu is not adopted as company name until 1949.
  • 1953 - With technical assistance of Rootes (U.K.) the Hillman Minx passenger car is produced.
  • 1971 - A capital agreement with General Motors is signed and two years later the Gemini is introduced, which is coproduced with General Motors.
  • 1972 - The Chevrolet LUV becomes the first Isuzu-built vehicle to be sold in the United States.
  • 1981 - Isuzu-branded consumer and commercial vehicles are successfully exported to the United States. The Isuzu Pup is the first model sold to consumers.
  • 1987 - The joint venture Subaru Isuzu Automotive Inc. (SIA) is established together with Fuji Heavy Industries (owner of Subaru).
  • 1996 - Isuzu sales peak in the United States.
  • 1998 - General Motors and Isuzu form DMAX, a joint venture to produce Diesel engines.
  • 1999 - GM raises its stake in Isuzu to 49%, effectively gaining control of the company.
  • 2001 - Isuzu sales begin to slide as the Rodeo and Trooper age.
  • 2002 - Subaru buys Isuzu's share and SIA becomes Subaru of Indiana Automotive
  • August 14, 2002 - General Motors sells its 49% share in Isuzu but quickly turns around to buy 12% back. GM also takes full control of DMAX and Isuzu Motors Polska, with Isuzu losing not just the factories but also ownership of all engine designs.
  • July, 2004 - Production of the Rodeo and Axiom stopped. For the 2005 and 2006 model years, Isuzu dealers in the United States will have only two models, the Ascender and a rebadged GMC Canyon, to sell. The company has 360 dealers, and sells an average of just two Ascenders per dealer per month. A new SUV is expected to be added for 2007.
     
  • Important car models
  • 117 Coupe
  • 1963-1973 - Isuzu Bellett Sedan (PR20) and 2 door GT (PR90 & PR91)
  • 1974-2000 - Gemini/I-Mark/Stylus Sedan
  • Piazza/Impulse Coupe
  • 1983-2002 - Aska Sedan
  • 1996-2000 - Isuzu Hombre pickup truck
  • 1999-2001 - VehiCROSS halo SUV
  • 2004 - Rodeo small SUV
  • 2004 - Axiom small SUV
  • Trooper large SUV
  • 2002+ - Ascender large SUV
  • 2006+ - i-280/i-350 pickup truck

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