‘foreign’ Cars That Are Actually Made Right Here In America
Your vehicle may be subject to seizure, and you may incur a personal penalty, if anyone uses it as a conveyance of illegal narcotics. The entire contents of your car must be declared to CBP on entry. Failure to do so can result in a fine or seizure of the car and its contents. The Evo IV debuted for the 1996 model year, back when it was still Mitsubishi’s then-Japan-only sports sedan and rally car. It was the first Evo to get Mitsubishi’s Active Yaw control, which improved its handling in corners and under braking. Listed at 276 hp by gentleman’s agreement between Japanese manufacturers, its 2.0-liter turbocharged four-pot may have put out a bit more than that in reality.
To safeguard against importation of dangerous pests, the U.S. Department of Agriculture requires that the undercarriage of imported cars be free of foreign soil. Have your car steam-sprayed or cleaned thoroughly before shipment.
Though the look may not be everyone’s cup of tea, the new Navigator is a huge step up in quality, making it a real competitor in the luxury SUV market. Get the extended-wheelbase version, and you’ve got one of the most capable limo-tanks out there. The A8 is actually one of the more affordable cars on this list, but you wouldn’t know it by sitting inside.
These cars are some of the top-notch quality cars from Europe. Vehicles made by this brand are mostly rear drives, unlike most modern cars, which are now mostly front drives. Germans are popular as precise in whatever they put their hands to.
This proof may be a state-issued registration card for the automobile or a bill of sale for the car from a U.S. dealer. Repairs or accessories acquired abroad for your vehicle must be declared on your return and may be subject to duty. A vehicle must be imported as a nonconforming vehicle unless it bears the manufacturer’s label certifying that it meets U.S. standards. If it is a nonconforming vehicle, the importer must contract with a DOT-registered importer to modify the vehicle and certify that it conforms to all applicable FMVSS. The importer must also post a DOT bond for one and a half times the vehicle’s dutiable value. Copies of the DOT bond and the contract with the RI must be attached to the HS-7 form.