Japanese New Car Sales up again after disaster

The Japanese auto manufacturer companies faced very hard time in connection to sale of new automobiles. After deadly earthquake and tsunami on March 11th 2011, the production of new Japanese cars was almost stopped, as factories in quake effected areas was badly damaged and even some was totally destroyed due to 30 meters high waves of tsunami. But this situation has boost sales of used Japanese cars with ready stock at domestic dealers in Japan.

But all praise goes to hard work and “never give up” spirit of Japanese nation, as these automobile companies are recovered from the painful situation, and about 70% production is back on track now. The all Japanese car companies are gearing-up for more speedy production to answer high demand of Japanese cars from all over the world, and don’t give free hand to non-Japanese automakers like Mercedes-Benz Japan and BMW etc.

Even Toyota Motor Corporation, which is top on the “A-Class” category of JCTO (Japan Company Trust Organization) trusted companies list, has launched few new models in the Japanese domestic market by easing production process speed. Recently, Toyota Japan has introduced new version of their long-seller Prius Hybrid car, which is called Prius Alpha.  Since the production speed is already back on the track, Japanese companies will again enjoy a profitable financial year as usual.

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