Top 10 most popular cars in Japan

Top 10 most popular cars in Japan

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The Japan Automobile Dealers Association (JADA) has released its March 2021 sales results. Compared to March 2020, the sales of passenger cars (excluding key cars) increased by 2.3%, to 329,239 units.

The three leaders among cars were occupied by Toyota: the “gold” went to the Toyota Yaris hatchback, the compact van Roomy was on the second line, and the luxurious Toyota Alphard won the “bronze”.

Seven Toyota models were included in the top 10 most popular cars in Japan in March 2021.

The top 10 itself looks like this (in brackets – dynamics relative to March 2020):

  • Toyota Yaris – 28 466 units. (216.2%);
  • Toyota Roomy – 16,504 units. (170.1%);
  • Toyota Alphard – 13 986 units. (177.4%);
  • Nissan Note – 13 352 units. (121.4%);
  • Toyota Corolla – 12,667 units. (77.6%);
  • Toyota Raize – 12,272 units. (102.2%);
  • Toyota Harrier – 10 428 units. (358.6%);
  • Toyota Voxy – 9,891 units. (110.4%);
  • Honda Freed – 9,674 units. (102.5%);
  • Honda Fit – 9,231 units. (62.2%).

Toyota Harrier demonstrated the best dynamics. This is due to the emergence of a new generation: it was introduced in June 2020.

The dynamics of the kei-carats is smoother, there are no obvious “shots” here anymore. The following models sold better than others:

  • Honda N-Box – 27,164 units. (123%);
  • Suzuki Spacia – 19,584 units. (121.8%;
  • Daihatsu Tanto – 17,068 units. (98.3%);
  • Nissan Roox – 13,778 units. (180.5%);
  • Daihatsu Move – 13,005 units. (92.7%);
  • Suzuki Hustler – 1 1147 units. (107.5%);
  • Daihatsu Mira – 8,945 units. (97%);
  • Suzuki Alto – 8 706 units. (89.6%);
  • Suzuki Wagon R – 8,458 units. (92.6%);
  • Nissan Dayz – 8,264 units. (71.2%).
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