And not a single GM car among them! jetsetter, are you going soft?
So the Celica and the 240SX were both lacking in the engine department, saddled with a Camry and a truck engine, respectively, leaving their better engines at home in Japan. Meanwhile, Honda put its best engines in the Integra and Prelude. If Honda can be congratulated on anything, it's that out of the big Japanese makers, it's screwed the American market the least in terms of engine choices.
Isuzu has had ties with GM for a while. Several Isuzu's were rebadged GM vehicles and a few different GM vehicles were rebagded Isuzu's.
That Isuzu was the best looking damnit. 240's and Preludes are really the only ones that are still running these days. Though 240's are just basically what you drift cuz you don't feel bad crashing them into dividers