Toyota Chaser JZX100

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1998 Nissan Skyline GTS25-t

I received my Skyline last week from Richard at D2D and i would just like to thank you so very much for making this import possible. Through out the entire import process from start to finish you have provided an outstanding service. I have fully checked over the car and i could not be more happy with it. The car runs very smoothly and is certainly not lacking any power. The body work is in very good condition and the paint is also very good. There are a few small areas where a brush has been used to fix up the paint work, but again this is minor and it was very well done. The interior is immaculate. I found a logbook in the glove box which has service history at 2,500km increments up to 18,000 which I was not expecting - pretty awesome. The car came with an original key and the key code which i found very useful. Richard did a good job with the compliance side of things as well as sorting out the rust in the boot well for me which I am very happy about. I would most certainly recommend your company to anyone wishing to import a vehicle and i shall pass on the good word.

Thank you again!

- Richard R Queensland, Australia 1998 Nissan Skyline GTS25-t

 

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Toyota Chaser and Mark II (JZX100 series)

The JZX100 chassis type ran from 1996 to 2001 and was available as two different cars, the Chaser and the Mark II. Each car is identical mechanically; different headlights, tail lights and slight interior trim changes are the only real differences between the models.

Importable models feature the 2,500cc turbo 1JZ-GTE engine, now with VVT-i and a single turbo, the improved torque of the variable valve timing eliminating the need for the twin turbo setup from the previous model. Power is the Japanese maximum 208kW (280hp). Available in automatic or 5 speed manual transmission, standard features include ABS brakes, quad airbags, traction control, climate control, auto swing air vents and keyless entry.

A facelift took place in late 1998 but only minor changes were implemented such as different tail lights, interior trim options, different front grille, the steering wheel became 3 spoke, and the interior gauges were now illuminated in orange.


MODEL LINEUP

Tourer V
2.5L turbo 1JZ-GTE with 208kW, available in automatic or manual transmission. This model is allowed for import
Tourer V TRD Sports (Chaser only)
Tourer V with TRD body kit, TRD grille, TRD rear wing, TRD suspension, TRD shift knob and TRD exhaust. This model is allowed for import
3.0 Avente G
3,000cc non turbo variant with 2JZ-GE engine (same as in the non turbo Supra and non turbo Soarer) putting out 220hp (162kW). This model is allowed for import
2.5 Avante, Grande and Tourer S
2,500cc non turbo variants. These models are not allowed for import
2.0 Avante and 2.0 Grande
2,000cc non turbo variants. These models are not allowed for import
2.5 Avante FOUR, and Grande FOUR
2,500cc non turbo 4WD variants These models are not allowed for import

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