Asia is growing as the leading automobile manufacturer. There are several reasons for this. First, automobile markets in Asia are open all day. Commuters can get to work and because of airfare discounts Asia is a preferred destination. In addition, Asia's population is aging, so auto sales have reached a new high, especially in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Taipei, where disposable income increases each year.<br/>Sales: Asian Car Brands Rule The U.S., as has been said, is the largest economy for passenger automobiles worldwide. Mid-sized cars continue to prove popular among U.S. consumers, while mid-size SUV's are still proving very popular among Asian consumers. Luxury cars continue to gain in popularity in Asia, particularly in India. It is no secret that India is one of the fastest growing markets for luxury automobiles. Toyota, Nissan, and Honda are among the top ten best-selling luxury brands.<br/>Durability: As previously stated, Asian countries such as India, China, Malaysia, Thailand, and Taiwan provide the bulk of the automobile labor. These people labor for long hours in hot climates, where driving is not allowed for extended periods of time. This accounts for many of the Asian car brands being known for their dependability and long life spans. Japanese reliability and long life are probably the biggest factor behind this factor.<br/>Safety: The list could be continued for safety rankings. Vehicles from these markets are considered to be among the safest on the road. Both passenger vehicles and trucks have fewer accidents than in the U.S. and Europe, and even though the accident counts are higher here than in other countries the Asian countries make up the difference. Asian car brands are also known to use quality safety features like front and side-curtain airbags as well as seat belts.<br/>Styling: Asian cars are stylistic and sleek, and they reflect the culture of their originating countries. In general, the Japanese cars rank high due to their design elements and styling. Cars from the Honda, Toyota, Nissan, and Mazda are all popular choices among vehicle enthusiasts. All of these brands have unique and classy designs that are always considered attractive by potential buyers. The global demand for Nissan cars is a testament to its stylish looks.<br/>Maintenance Costs: Although these cars don't require nearly as much care as American and European automobiles, you still need to keep them in good shape. To keep your Asian car brands in top shape, regular check ups and oil changes are required by most models. In general, the Japanese average repair costs for cars is lower than the costs for other models, which is one of the reasons why so many people are loyal to Japanese car brands. If you are planning to purchase a Japanese vehicle, it is imperative that you research the average repair costs of different makes and models before purchasing.<br/>Fuel Efficiency: Even though the average repair costs of cars is higher among Japanese makes, they still fuel efficiently. They also produce less pollution due to the fuel-efficient engines. In fact, the Toyota Prius is a very fuel-efficient model, which is one reason why many people choose it as their first car. If you want to buy a reliable Asian brand, it is imperative that you check out consumer reports and reviews to find out which models are more reliable and fuel efficient.<br/> <a href=""></a> <br/>Safety Features: When compared to other vehicles in the United States and Europe, Asian vehicles score poorly on safety features. However, this is simply because the drivers in Japan are safer and more attentive on the road. As a result, traffic fatalities are much lower than they are in the US and Europe. There are several more benefits associated with buying Japanese vehicles, which you will learn if you compare Asian car brands with the more popular American brands.<br/>

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