Japan’s best-selling car was not a key car

Japan’s best-selling car was not a key car

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On July 6, the Japan Automobile Dealers Association (JADA) released the country’s new car sales for the first half of 2021.

The first place among cars went to Toyota Yaris, in the segment of kei cars – Honda N-BOX. The machines are firmly entrenched in the leaders: N-BOX has been a bestseller for many years, and Yaris has topped the sales rankings since the release of the XP210 generation in 2020.

This is what the top 10 passenger car sales look like (in brackets – the dynamics relative to the first half of 2020):

  • Toyota Yaris – 119 112 pcs. (247.5%);
  • Toyota Roomy – 77,492 units. (206%);
  • Toyota Alphard – 56,778 pcs. (155,1%);
  • Toyota Corolla – 53,864 pcs. (94,1%);
  • Toyota Harrier – 48,271 pcs. (350.6%);
  • Toyota Raize – 47 965 pcs. (82%);
  • Nissan Note – 46 879 pcs. (112.4%);
  • Toyota Voxy – 41 101 pcs. (121.5%);
  • Honda Freed – 35,551 pcs. (91.5%);
  • Toyota Sienta – 33 753 pcs. (84%).

Kei-car statistics are as follows:

  • Honda N-BOX – 110 551 pcs. (109%);
  • Suzuki Spacia – 78 698 pcs. (120.5%);
  • Daihatsu Tanto – 69,262 pcs. (111.3%);
  • Daihatsu Move – 57,761 pcs. (119.6%);
  • Nissan Roox – 50 055 pcs. (209.9%);
  • Suzuki Hustler – 48,221 pcs. (128.9%);
  • Suzuki Alto – 36 359 pcs. (118.9%);
  • Daihatsu Mira – 36,159 pcs. (95.4%);
  • Daihatsu Taft – 32,191 pcs. (633,8);
  • Nissan Dayz – 31,558 pcs. (57.1%).

We also advise you to watch a detailed test drive of Toyota Yaris from the FineAuto team:

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