Japan's Auto market in 2021 falls 3.3% with 4.45 million sales, reporting a very strong first half, followed by a sharp double-digit fall in the second part of the year. Mitsubishi is the only brand to report a positive performance, gaining 10.5%.
Japan auto market in 2020 falls by 11.6% as the pandemic and lockdowns affect sales. Full-Year sales have been 4.6 Million. Toyota registers top 10 hold (-5.9%) and gains 2.1% share.
Japan Auto Market in 2019 was marginally negative. Total sales have been 5.18 million, down 1.6% from the previous year. The three top brands, Toyota, Honda and Nissan held 70.8% of the market, but importers were progressively growing.
Japan Auto Market was flat in the 2018 with registrations closing at 5.269.442 (+0.1%), ending positively for the second year in a row. Toyota - down 6% - is the market leader, ahead of Honda and Suzuki. Impressive performances scored by Lexus and Mitsubishi.
Japan Auto Market ended the 2017 with 5.25 million vehicles sold, up 5.3% supported by the economic growth momentum, Toyota was stable over 30% of market share, ahead of Honda. Importers are growing and Renault was the fastest growing in the year.