Among car enthusiasts, especially those who love to work on their vehicles, JDM cars are the most desirable in the automotive industry all over the world
Even though two decades have passed since the Japanese automaker released many of the same models. The segment is popular in the first place.
The actual reason for this is very simple as JDM cars of the late 90s and early 2000s are very well built, and have advanced built-in mechanical parts that give them immense potential.
One of the most common modern applications of Nissan's legendary S14 Silvia comes in the form of drifting.
The stock engine attached to the Nissan S14 Silvia is a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four capable of making 197 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque.
On the day it was released, the S14 was ideal for low-budget drift enthusiasts because of its price and how cheap it was to tune the engine for more power.
In recent times, the desirability for clean S14s has been on the rise, so it's no surprise that the average asking price for one has been climbing rapidly, too.
Even though the S14 tuned with the SR20 engine already offered immense possibilities, there was another version of the S14 that was even better than Nissan's factory one.