There is a reason that cars for sale in Japan are a thriving business in many parts of the world. And this is because Japanese cars are usable for the years after the time when it is still practical to have in first world countries. For example, having a car in Japan for more than five years becomes burdensome in terms of Japanese regulations, and new cars are so cheap that it is more practical to get rid of old car around that time.
In many other countries, sales of second-hand Japanese cars like used Toyota Succeed are assets because economic conditions have made it very difficult for a lot of people to buy a new car. However, this market segment chooses to buy cars for Kenya that are five to ten years and then just run the cars on the floor. In fact, in some African countries, the durability of particular models is legendary, so much so that dominates a particular segment vehicle. You can see the vehicles that are fifteen years old and is still regularly used as commercial vehicles. An example of this is Toyota Hiace, where nine out of 10 trucks on the road are that particular model. They are used as minibuses, vans, ambulances, including transportation from hotels.
On the other hand, there are some particularly savvy shoppers who do not mind buying a slightly used vehicle three years old. The logic of buyers is that the values of these cars' have depreciated significantly, but remain mechanically sound and aesthetics. At that time, because cars have depreciated so much that can be easily up to twenty to thirty percent less than its original purchase price. With the cars are generally very reliable these days, cars for sale in Japan, in particular spinning, even in a car three years old, still gives you the experience of driving a car almost new like used Toyota Succeed.
Japan does not hurt sales of cars that year after year, Japanese cars dominate the top 10 reliability and reliability surveys worldwide. A recent survey by a consumer organization well known and respected, in fact, reveals that the 9 car models for reliability came from Japanese automakers. And the same trend was observed in another study of 100 most reliable cars of the decade were released. When these statistics are rooted in the minds of consumers, that Japanese cars are very reliable, it is not surprising that sales of Japanese cars is a thriving business?
SBT Japan fulfill the demands of used Japanese cars mainly from Russia, New Zealand, South America and especially from African countries like Uganda, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya ,Zimbabwe, Mauritius, Botswana Mozambique and South Africa.