Japan has undoubtedly continued to excel as the market leading automobile exporter in the year 2018. With a wide range of world’s top-selling automobile brands up to an extensive range of commercial and passenger vehicles, Japan ranks on top of all when it comes to the global automobile industry.

According to the recent market highlights, it cannot be denied that Japan is exporting a total of more than 150,000 new and used cars every week to different regions of the world. In addition to that, industry analysts have predicted that the total count will further rise.

Let us now get to know the main reasons why customers prefer to import cars from Japan.

An unmatched level of performance

Performance is considered to be the prime reason for most of the customers to prefer looking for a Japanese manufactured car. According to most of the car seller, it has been prominently observed that most customers continue relying on Japanese cars as they have already experienced the unmatched level of promising car performance.

Packed with the latest features

Next to performance, Japanese cars are globally recognized for offering the best in class driving experienced backed by a number of latest features. According to several industry analysts, offering the best set of features at an exceptionally affordable price is one of the reasons for customers to import cars from Japan.

Greater affordability

Most of the customers agree that Japanese cars are much promising when it comes to finding the best balance between quality and price. Japanese car manufacturers have become the industry pioneers in selling high quality affordable cars across the world.

Greater capability of supply

It is absolutely true that the Japanese auto auction system has progressed at a much larger scale. Now thousands of vehicles are exported on a weekly basis. Most of the industry experts are expecting it to be the next biggest influential element for the global automobile industry.

Considerable cost of ownership

According to most of the new and used Japanese car owners, it is one of the biggest reasons that these cars do not incur a lot of cost in terms of managing the entire wear and tear of their cars.

The majority of industry experts agree with the fact that Japanese cars are pretty much promising when it comes to calculating the entire cost of owning a car. Most of the car owners continue using their cars without spending a considerable amount of money on the overall wear and tear of their cars.

Conclusively, it can be easily said that all of the above listed reasons play a vital role in not just satisfying the global pool of target audience for Japanese cars but in addition to that, these have become the major unique selling proposition for most of the sellers around the globe. Moreover, we can easily say that there is a bright future for Japanese car manufacturers and exporters.

Author Bio

Timothy Grill is a qualified and dedicated automobile industry analyst. He owns an extensive experience for working with several car manufacturer, auto auction houses and large scale car dealerships that import cars from Japan. While working as an active industry analysts he has continued sharing his valued findings and conclusions with the global community of automobile enthusiasts.

The motivational stories are needed to charge you up for the day. You must read a story or two to keep your motivation going in life. It helps you to maintain the flow of work and your social & professional life well intact.

 

Here I am narrating a motivational story which I encounter in the session of a motivational speaker in Lucknow. He is also a keynote speaker and a leadership consultant in the same city.  

 

A psychology professor once came in the class with lots of stuff and put all those peripherals on the table. As the class began, he took the empty jar and placed it in the middle of the table without uttering a single word. We all were watching very closely although we didn’t want to be seen stupid in front of two hundred people sitting in the seminar. The professor proceeded by filling up the jar with rocks (appears to me about 6 centimetres in the diameter) and asked the attendees, “Is this jar full?” I am in no hurry to give any answers and waited everyone to respond. They all said, “Yes it is.” I too said in the same chores and agreed that the jar was full. The professor then poured pebbles into the jar and shook it. The pebbles occupied the spaces in between rocks and asked again, “Is this jar full?” the pebbles that rolled down the spaces between the rocks make it appear full. So all said again yeah it was full as compared to the rocks only.

The professor smiled and took sand to pour it down into the jar.  Obviously, the sand took the remaining spaces of pebbles & rocks and filled it entirely. There was no space can be seen in between. He, once more, asked the same question “Is this jar full?” Now even I am confident to say it is full. We all said unanimous, “Yes, it is full”.

 

Explanation of the experiment:  

The professor explained everything. He let us imagined the life as a jar. The rocks in the experiment were the most important things in life such as your family, your wife, your children and your health. The things, that would remain with you even if you lose everything in life, are considered as important things. The pebbles were the other important things in your life such as your job, your car, your house etc. In a similar way, the sand is everything else – the small stuff in life. It was now easy to understand that if we put the sand or small stuff in our life first, there was no time for sure for the things which matter the most. The sand would occupy all the space leaving no space for the pebbles and stones.

 

You need to pay attention towards your family and children more than your job or anything that matters less in your life.

Think about the rocks, they really matter everything else in life is just sand. You can always have time for your job, just set priorities.

We all have some ideal in our life. For me, he is the weird man from the Hollywood movie called Pirates of the Caribbean. Yes, you guessed it right; he is Captain Jack Sparrow. He has his own style of thinking and handling situations which has inspired many and I am one of them. You want or not but you can fall in love with his swag if you have witnessed any of the Pirates of Caribbean movie from its series. He is my motivational speaker for sure. He has given me lessons as a leadership consultant. I am sharing some of his important lessons of life, here:

 

Know when to make friends but do not trust them:

Jack has mostly relied on Gibbs but he has managed to make a deal of friendship with Barbosa, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swan. He knows very well to make friends but when it is important. The only thing matter here is he does not trust them at all. All ‘he’ trusts in the entire world is ‘he’ only (The same pronoun).

 

Always in the search for Pearl:

Jack loves his ship, the Black Pearl, everyone knows that. He knows his goal very well in life and tries everything to get his goal back to him. He uses his contacts, allies and his own tactics to get that pearl. He fights with everyone who stands in between his way to have the ship pearl. Of course, how could I forget to mention when it comes to shipping as the Captain Jack Sparrow says, “Captain goes down with the Ship”.

 

Keep yourself confined:

He knows what to say and what to not. He uses his words perfectly in front of its competitors. He always has a plan but you would not guess it until he does in style. He knows his limitation and merits. He backs his merits and avoids its demerits to block his way. He pretends that he does not want it but actually, he is dying to make it for himself. That is what you call fake it until you make it!

 

Follow no rules:

You are born free; no one has the right to stop you. As you may have heard “Rules are made to be broken sometime”. The same applies to the hero Jack Sparrow that he follows no rules. He breaks rules that are necessary and do not hurt anyone by life. He avoids wars but fights when he is compelled to do so.

 

Love, what you are!

Being a pirate does not bother him at all. He knows what he is! He carries his name with pride. He says with confidence that it is pirate life and I am pirate. He loves his black banners with a skeleton on flying high on his black pearl. He does what he knows the best to attain happiness for his own and his crew members.

 

He is a pirate no doubt but he teaches us more than any other teacher in this world. Everyone look Jack in his own way. I like him for the above reasons. What’s yours?