Keicars (Kind of) Invade Canada

Check out our geek brother, Gizmodo, gettin' all car-y and shite. As they report, fans of Japan's tiny keicars need only cross to the north to satisfy their minicar-lust. Japanoid, a Canadian company is importing some of Japan's smallest for resale in that country. The right-hand-drive cars, including the Honda Beat, Nissan Figaro and Suzuki Works (we hope so), are all at least 15 years old to get around Canada's import regulations. (Sadly they'd have to be 25 years old for legal US import.) Some are even modded up with motorcycle engines and the like.


K-Cars Arrive in Canada
[Gizmodo]

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