Japanese sports vehicles are notorious for being quite dull, whereas Italian sports cars have a reputation for being unreliable. However, they occasionally astound us!
Typically, sports vehicle manufacturers forego dependability and usability in favor of appearance and performance. Sports cars are not the best options for a daily commuter due to their high pricing and low production rates. Sports cars are designed for sporadic driving, but they have a high maintenance and repair cost when they are used frequently.
Italian-built sports cars have developed a reputation as some of the least dependable vehicles in the world over the years. In comparison to sports cars from other markets, they not only cost a lot more to acquire than to maintain.
Japan, on the other hand, makes some of the most recognizable automobiles. Fans adore them for their straightforward designs, dependability, use, and, most importantly, their affordable costs. The tuning potential of JDM sports cars makes them popular and much sought-after by gearheads, despite the fact that they are not as powerful as Italian vehicles.
Even though Italian sports cars are infamous for being unreliable, a few producers in the nation were able to create powerful and dependable automobiles. Here are 5 surprisingly dependable Italian sports cars and 5 JDM counterparts that we'd like to drive.
Reliable Italian: Ferrari 328
Reliable Italian: 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo
Reliable Italian: Ferrari 360 Modena
Reliable Italian: Lamborghini Huracán
Reliable Italian: Ferrari F430
Cheap: Honda Civic Type R
Cheap: Toyota GT86
Cheap: Mazda Miata MX-5
Cheap: 2005 Nissan 350Z
Cheap: Subaru WRX STi
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