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JAPAN  | H1 CAR MARKET
In Japan the sales share of diesels is rising
 
Published: Thu, 16th August 2018 17:39:28 GMT  
 

Japan diesel car sales trends 2015 - 2018

To no one’s real surprise, what started as a trickle with former diesel car owners jumping ship has now turned into a torrent. While Europe’s diesel car market is currently showing the fastest rate of deterioration on record, underlying demand for diesels in Japan remains unaffected by the sudden and unparalleled change in Europe’s consumer car buying patterns.  In Japan diesel car sales are on the rise 

Unlike Europe, where until fairly recently every other new car was bought with a diesel engine, in Japan diesel cars remained extremely rare. But the same certainly cannot be said for the recent past. 

That’s due in no small part to the comparatively high popularity of imported diesels from some of the leading car importers.

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