Japanese import cars include economical cars as well as luxury autos. Searching for a car part for your Japanese import? Below are some of the more popular import brands we carry. Don’t see your make listed? No problem, just call or email us. Our large computerized inventory can help us located a salvage car part for you.

2013 Subaru Outback Leads The Field

Even though Subaru is a Japanese company and has been since 1915, the Subaru Outback has always seemed like an American car.  Perhaps that is because it was designed for the North American market specifically, and has been such a staple of our automotive landscape for four generations now. When the Outback was first introduced…

Isuzu Used Parts at All Import Auto Parts

Isuzu Motor Company began as Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Company in 1916. They formed a partnership with Tokyo Gas and Electric to build cars.  They then formed a partnership with Wolseley Motors Limited in 1918, giving them exclusive rights for production and sales of Welseley vehicles in East Asia.  Their first car, the A-9, was…

Subaru Motor Company and Subaru Used Parts

Subaru Motor Company began as FHI, or Fuji Heavy Industries, and they were an aircraft research laboratory in 1915.  In 1932 they were named Nakajima Aircraft Company and they became the number one aircraft manufacturer for Japan during World War II. After the war they reorganized again and became Fuji Sangyo Co and produced the…

The 2013 Lexus LS

Lexus has been on the motoring scene since 1989.  It’s hard to believe it has been that long.  Anyway, when they first introduced their new luxury lineup of cars, Toyota basically served notice to Mercedes-Benz and BMW that they no longer dominated the luxury scene, that a new player was on the block. A bold…

2012 Lexus RX 350 Is Luxury

If we were to ask you what is the best-selling model in the Lexus lineup, what would you say?  If you said the 2012 Lexus RX 350, their luxury SUV, then you would be right! Huh you say?  How can that be?  An SUV is the best-selling model for a luxury car manufacturer?  Well, yes…