Japan best-selling cars in 2020 is again dominated by the kei-car Honda N-Box, followed by the Toyota Yaris and the Suzuki Spacia, while The Toyota Raize lands in 5th place.
In Japan, 74.7% of the car market is represented by the top 50 models while almost 90% is represented by the top 100. During the last decade, leadership has frequently changed. However, since 2017, the new market leader has been Honda N-Box.
Indeed, the Honda N-Box is still on top of the list, holding 5.6% share with 247.707 sales in 2020. The second position is taken by the Toyota Yaris, with 151.766 (3.4% share), ahead of the Suzuki Spacia and the Daihatsu Tanto, selling respectively 139.851 (3.2% share) and 129.681 units (2.9% share).
In 5th place we find the Toyota Raize -up 64 spots- with 126.038 sales (2.9% share), followed by the Toyota Corolla -up 3 spots- and Daihatsu Move -down 1 spot- with 118.276 (2.7% share) and 104.134 (2.4% share) units sold respectively.
Closing the Top 10 ranking, the Honda Fit reached 8th position with 98.210 sales (2.2% share), ahead of the Toyota Alphard -up 15 spots- with 90.748 (2.1% share) and the Toyota Roomy -up 3 spots- selling 87.242 units (2% share).
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for all top 50 models.