What? A Gloria? This is a Japanese Domestic Market car never sold in North America. However, JDM cars can be imported into the US when they are 25 years old. They have to go through a process to be federalized and issued a title. In Minnesota- this will be registered as a collector car. While there really is not a collector value, the fun value is to have a right hand drive car that is likely the only one you are going to see. The Gloria is a luxury car in Japan- and keep in mind that Infinity, Acura, and Lexus are only brand names for the US market luxury cars of Nissan, Honda, and Toyota. There are some uniquely quirky attributes (quirky to Americans) of the car- such as sconce lighting for the roof, seat covers that look like your grandmother's table cloth (actual Nissan covers), an interior covered in luxurious wool- not leather, and buttons hidden behind small doors on the dash as to keep the appearance clean and less busy looking. It also boasts what is probably the smallest V6 engine in any car ever- smaller than most 4 cylinders, because it is quiet. I won this car on one of the large car bidding sites that have become popular in recent years. I didn't actually think I would win- but the fact it is a relatively unknown car kept the price low. It just required a trip to Missouri to bring it home.
- Maybe 175 HP?
- 2.0 Liter V6
- Curb Weight 3,370 lbs
- 0-60 A few seconds
- Top Speed of can't read Japanese
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