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[Datsun 1200 encyclopedia]


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Japanese domestic market (JDM) is a vehicle manufactured for Japan's domestic market for products sold within Japan. Thus it differs for worldwide market vehicles — in small ways. For example JDM 1200s had all-red tail lights, while Europe/Australia got amber turn signals. But in the larger sense a JDM Datsun 1200 and a USA Datsun 1200 are the same model (B110).

JDM models can be manufactured anywhere, say at Honda's Ohio plant. JDM only means it met the Japan home market specifications and was intended for sale in Japan.

JDM does not mean 'Japanese car'. A Nissan manufactured in Japan to US specs and immediately shipped off to America is not a JDM model.

The term JDM can also be applied to specific parts (those designed to Japan-market specs).

USDM: United States domestic model
ADM:  Australia domestic model 

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