With shrinking economy, rising global oil prices, stricter restrictions on CO2 emissions and limited land, compact and environmentally friendly cars were popular in Japan 2010. That explains cars made by Toyota, Honda, and Nissan dominating the list of the top 10 best-selling cars in Japan 2010 published by Japan Automobile Dealers Association (JADA).
List of the top 10 best-selling cars in Japan 2010 published by Japan Automobile Dealers Association (JADA).
The Nissan Note is a roomy five-door hatchback that combines innovative styling and practicality with a strong sporting flavour. It is the original supermini-MPV, and not many cars make as much of such a small package. It is aimed at parents who have a need for a car to match their busy lives, but who don't want to stop having fun behind the wheel. The versatile Japanese model has been a consistent class leader, dominating its category at the Auto Express New Car Honours for the past three years.