Best-selling motoring mag devoted to the world of Japanese car tuning and performance, Banzai brings you all the latest news about the likes of Subaru, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Honda and Nissan.
As this is a customisation and tuning performance mag it features all the latest hardware news alongside features on the high-performance cars to come from the land of the rising sun, making this perfect for anyone interested in modifying their Japanese car. There are great features on specific cars and examples of top tuning such as the beautiful Skyline, coverage of all the top motorshows, road tests, a street life section where you can send in snaps of your own proud creation, coverage of the club scene and of course all the hardware – exhausts, tyres, shocks, turbos etc.
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Banzai does a fantastic job of covering the burgeoning Japanese car tuning, customisation and modification scene – we almost couldn’t fit everything we wanted to say in the above description section. It does an excellent job of covering the community as well as the cars – we particularly like the section devoted to showing off snaps of readers’ cars – if there’s one thing that makes you want to read a magazine it is if there is the chance of you being in it!
Here are a few of the great things about this magazine we didn’t quite fit into the above description; an ‘our cars’ section where the writers talk about the good and bad of living with the Japanese performance cars they own, offering an honest and thorough opinion of them. Features on Japanese cars in the various racing circuits worldwide, and how they make an excellent choice for any racer. Gorgeous photography of the cars in question, perfectly bringing out all the attitude and sleek design they possess. Readers Write - a section where readers write in with tales of their own experiences, and a letters section where the community can have a place to talk, or send in their views. Frankly we think that they were just trying to make the life of anyone describing the magazine slightly harder! That or they just have an incredible passion for Japanese car tuning... who knows? NB