There are two types of cars in Japan: regular cars and kei-cars. Essentially, reguluar cars include your standard Toyota, Honda, etc cars that you would see in the US with all the features like automatic windows, remote locks, etc. Kei-cars are cheaper cars with less features and much lower taxes. For example, our kei-car has only one reverse light and a visor only on the driver's side, but we pay only 20-50% the taxes of a regular car.
One of these kei-cars is the infamous Nissan Moco.
For those who speak Spanish, you already get the joke. :)
The word "moco" in Spanish means "booger" (the hard crusty version of 鼻水-hanamizu).
It even comes in moco colors - green, yellow and brown.
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