Japanese car companies are well known all over the world. Companies like Nissan, Toyota, and Suzuki have gained a lot of fame from the high-tech, comfortable and affordable cars they have made that have benefitted millions in the world, especially third world countries like Pakistan.
Japan has a vast variety of cars from manual to hybrid, from low-tech to high-tech, so people can choose what they would like according to their budget and preference.
If well maintained, Japanese cars can last up to 20 plus years. Unlike other American and European car manufacturers, Japanese cars are manufactured in simplicity which is why they are not too complex and can be handled manually as well. Small size cars, like Suzuki, are available so anyone can drive them easily without having to worry about getting them to hit.
Service Centers Are Widely Available
People usually give their cars to the actual company so they can fix it properly without damage to any other part, or anything they would fear from a local mechanic. However, that would not be possible if there were not any service centers or just one present. Usually, Chinese car service centers are not available which is why people are hesitant to buy or import them.
Japanese car companies like Honda and Toyota are going through a lot of technological advancements like touch systems that can ease the use of entertainment and navigation in the car. The automotive industry has welcomed these technological advancements, making Japanese cars some of the best in the world, and building on their existing reputation for reliability.
High Resale Value
Whenever someone buys a new car, an important factor that they will look into is the resale value. Will they go through a loss? A profit? Or nothing at all? Because at one point when new cars come, they would want to sell the old one, unless they want to keep more cars. An average car depreciates by about 60% over five years, but Japanese car manufacturers do much better. In 2018, Honda CR-V was awarded the best SUV for resale value.
Availability Of Spare Parts
People tend not to buy cars that have parts that are rarely available. Firstly, it’s a possibility they would have to import them because of their unavailability, and secondly, when some parts are rarely available, they are stolen and sold at an immensely high price. So, there’s a possibility that parts like side mirrors can be stolen. However, that’s very unlikely in Japanese cars because spare parts are easily and widely available.
They Are Practical
Japanese cars are great for daily use, dropping kids to school or going to work, they are perfect for it! They are spacious and are available in small sizes too since not everyone would want to take their big, expensive ride to daily work. However, they are pretty stylish, so there’s no chance it would look bad or cheap in front of your friends or colleagues.