VW Up! says “What closed market?” by recording 3,000 Japanese orders in 3 weeks [cardvd-player.net]

The original forecast for the Volkswagen Up! Japan is in the same direction as the car name: three weeks after his release, 3,000 orders placed in Nippon. The total turnover in excess of Ford and is nearly equal to one month of imports of BMW. Post these numbers, the Japanese newspaper Nikkei claims the Up! “Can the Golf small car hit the German automaker’s most successful new car launch in Japan to be.”

The background is that European and U.S. corporations automakers have protested what they see as obstacles to the Japanese car market, carefully many free trade agreements with the island. To put some numbers, VW led the table for the market share of imports sold to September this year with 18 percent and 41,971 cars. But this is in a market expected, worth 4.3 million vehicles to be this year by VW in 1.3 percent of the total population, if the numbers in front of the Up! Range was stable version. It is a dramatic fall after VW however. Audi at the fifth annual sales of 18,356, while Fiat, in the tenth, is the 4353rd And those numbers are way up, write the top ten automaker Nissan considerable savings in the double digits gains over the previous year. Europeans are skeptical about what happened on the continent for a free trade agreement with Korea has a powerful engine imports from Korea.

As far as Japan VW, comes no problem. With Up! competitive prices with only Japan Kei-car segment, said a representative of the Asahi Shimbun VW your offer is “directly challenge the small car market” and that although “the imported vehicle barrier is lowered, do not have the opportunity.” German company wants to more than double annual sales to 110,000 vehicles in 2018 there. The Up! holds a good start.

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