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NIRA: Intense Import Drag Racing, Racing, 1999



Developer: Bethesda Softworks LLC

Publisher: Bethesda Softworks LLC

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-11-19 21:00

The title is somewhat acurate. I wouldn't consider the Acura Integra, CR-X, or Eclipse imports. All of them were sold in the USA. The 240Z may have been as well.

Desscythe17 AG (3)

2016-11-19 21:27

Burn Rubber wrote The title is somewhat acurate. I wouldn't consider the Acura Integra, CR-X, or Eclipse imports. All of them were sold in the USA. The 240Z may have been as well.

I think you are confusing import and export.

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-11-19 21:52

Desscythe17 wrote
I think you are confusing import and export.

Well the game is called Intense Implrt Drag Racing, implying all of the cars would be Japanese made.

Desscythe17 AG (3)

2016-11-19 21:55

Some of them are. Also, the United States referred to any cars from non-American companies as imports until the end of the 1990s. If you watch any old Motor Week video, you will notice.

Your Worst Nightmare US (0)

2016-11-19 21:58


If impots are only Japan cars, how do you call cars that come from Europe then?

NismoR35 US (0)

2016-11-19 22:12

What Desscythe said, anything that isn't built IN the US are imports, the Integra, CRX, and the 240z still counts regardless, they're built in Japan yes, but destined for the US market, albeit under different names, the CRX itself is still the CRX everywhere else, excluding it's earlier models. The only thing that wouldn't really "count" is the Eclipse, since, even though it's a Mitsubishi, it was built in Illinois, but apparently still counts as an import.

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-11-19 22:15

Your Worst Nightmare wrote
If impots are only Japan cars, how do you call cars that come from Europe then?

It called stereotyping.
NismoR35 wrote What Desscythe said, anything that isn't built IN the US are imports, the Integra, CRX, and the 240z still counts regardless, they're built in Japan yes, but destined for the US market, albeit under different names, the CRX itself is still the CRX everywhere else, excluding it's earlier models. The only thing that wouldn't really "count" is the Eclipse, since, even though it's a Mitsubishi, it was built in Illinois, but apparently still counts as an import.

The Integra would be US though because its Acura and not Honda though, right? Do they even build Acuras inside the US? IDK I don't look up factory locations.

Desscythe17 AG (3)

2016-11-19 22:19

Even though Acura only sells cars in North America and some specific other markets, it's Honda, so it's Japanese. It even has its headquarters in Tokyo. I believe Acuras are both produced in- and outside of the US.

JDMracerocket96 US (0)

2016-11-19 23:03

Weirdly no HKS drag cars

Hakari PL (20)

2016-11-19 23:15

Why background vehicles are just listed as MFG? Nobody even tried to identify them.

NismoR35 US (0)

2016-11-19 23:23

The Acura marque was more or less originally targeted for the US as Honda's "luxury" market, basically like Lexus and Infiniti, but later on it's reached to other markets as already stated. the Integra outside of the US would've been simply badged as Honda instead, so yeah.

The Eclipse's case was basically because Mitsubishi was in a partnership with Chrysler at the time, and formed Diamond Star Motors, but that's another story.

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