I need a pick-me-up. I think it’s time for a Kei cup of Cappuccino.
Ever since the cars of the Bubble Era aged into legality under America’s draconian 25 Year Import Rule, we have become open to the great mini sports cars of Japan. But which one is best? Some Canadians decided to figure it out.
Oh, what’s that? You’re looking for a fun but affordable, interesting but usable car? You’re going to want to hop right out of that Miata you’re test driving and get your butt into a Suzuki Cappuccino.
[Why is this Suzuki Cappuccino in a stream? I have no idea. Somebody please get this Suzuki Cappuccino out of this stream. Photo Credit: Suzuki]
If you’re like me, you waste a significant amount of your work week on the Goo-Net Exchange eyeballing weird old Japanese cars that you want to import once they hit the magical 25-year mark. Cars like the Suzuki Cappuccino, a roadster for people who looked at the Mazda Miata and said “Oh, that’s just way too big.”
Okay, so I can't understand any of this Best Motoring comparo between two of the three great kei car sports cars of the 1990s, but that doesn't mean I don't like watching it.