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About JDM (Japanese Domestic Market)

JDM is short for Japanese domestic market, and it is used to describe car models specifically produced for sale in Japan. Keep in mind that while some people might refer to all cars made in Japan as JDM models, this is not the case - the country where the car is manufactured is irrelevant to the JDM classification; only the country where the car is sold is important.

Japanese automobile manufacturers cater their car models to specific target markets, leading to multiple versions of the same model for domestic and overseas customers, often known as region-exclusive models. Differences could range from right-hand drive for JDM cars sold in Japan and left-hand drive for those bound for export, to lower speed limits in JDM cars to comply with Japanese safety regulations; different model names are also common. Kei-class cars, which have been designed to take advantage of benefits from the Japanese government based on their size, engine capacity, and power output, are a great example of JDM cars intended only for domestic purchase. On the other hand, sports cars that receive a stiffer suspension, such as the Nissan Skyline GT-R, can also be a JDM iteration.

If you have a JDM itch you need scratched, find your favorite JDM models at BE FORWARD!

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About JDM (Japanese Domestic Market)

JDM is short for Japanese domestic market, and it is used to describe car models specifically produced for sale in Japan. Keep in mind that while some people might refer to all cars made in Japan as JDM models, this is not the case - the country where the car is manufactured is irrelevant to the JDM classification; only the country where the car is sold is important.

Japanese automobile manufacturers cater their car models to specific target markets, leading to multiple versions of the same model for domestic and overseas customers, often known as region-exclusive models. Differences could range from right-hand drive for JDM cars sold in Japan and left-hand drive for those bound for export, to lower speed limits in JDM cars to comply with Japanese safety regulations; different model names are also common. Kei-class cars, which have been designed to take advantage of benefits from the Japanese government based on their size, engine capacity, and power output, are a great example of JDM cars intended only for domestic purchase. On the other hand, sports cars that receive a stiffer suspension, such as the Nissan Skyline GT-R, can also be a JDM iteration.

If you have a JDM itch you need scratched, find your favorite JDM models at BE FORWARD!

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