Japan best selling cars in 2015 led by the hybrid Toyota Aqua ahead of two key cars model. The market fell down 8% hit by economic recession and just few new models joined the top models ranking.
In the 2015 the Japanese vehicles market has lost 7.9% of sales from the previous year with a total figures of 5.03 million units.
The best-selling cars ranking, including all vehicles sold (local made, key cars and imported) was led by the Toyota Aqua, the hybrid MPV, with 215.525 units (-7.6%) overtaking the best key car, the Honda N-Box, second and up 3 spots, with 184.924 units (+2.8%) and the former leader, the other key car, the Daihatsu Tanto, with 157.756 units (-32.7%).
In fourth place the Toyota Prius with 134.189 sales (-26.9%) followed by the Daihatsu Move, up 4 spots, with 120.835 units (-12.5%), the Honda Fit with 119.846 (-40.9%), down 4 spots, the Suzuki Alto with 109.355 (-1.1%), the Toyota Corolla (all versions) with 109.030 (-4.6%) and in 10th place the Suzuki Wagon R, down 4 spots, with 108.107 (-38.4%).
Fast growing models had been the new Toyota Sienta, 20th with 63.904, the Toyota Esquire, 22nd with 59.034 and the Daihatsu Wake, 28th with 50.711 sales.
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for all top 100 models.