It’s 2018, which means a new group of cars will be legal for import into the US this year.

But, not all are legal the moment the year started. Here’s a bit of a rundown of some of them, and when they’ll become legal under the United States’ 25 year laws.

January:

- Honda Today [JA]

February:

- Nissan Terrano II/Ford Maverick (Euro-spec models only, JDM versions not legal until June of next year)

March:

- Ford Falcon [XG]

- Peugeot 306 Phase 1

April:

- Rover 600 Series

- Toyota Supra [A80] (Ehough, since JDM Turbo models were less powerful, I don’t see a reason to import them. European-spec models, on the other hand, were slightly more powerful than US models, so they’d be the ones to look for.)

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May:

June:

July:

- Holden Commodore [VR]/Toyota Lexcen [T3]

August:

- Mazda Lantis

- Ford Falcon [ED]

September:

October:

- Toyota Corona EXiV [ST200]

- Nissan Skyline [R33, non GT-R models only]

November:

- Proton Wira Aeroback

December:

Non-Specific:

- SEAT Cordoba (Summer 1993)

- Proton Wira sedan

- Nissan Silvia [S14] (towards the end of 1993)

- Fiat Punto (towards the end of 1993)

- SEAT Ibiza (second generation)

Feel free to add anything I may have missed, whether it be new generations of cars, specific high-spec/performance models, or whatever else was introduced in 1993 and will become legal to import to the US this year.