Japan's carmakers adapt to win back lost European sales

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Japan's carmakers adapt to win back lost European sales
(IMO, the article's title should be extended to say, "... but leaves Americans in the dark)

Read more: http://www.autonews.com/article/201...to-win-back-lost-european-sales#ixzz2fjKmppj7
  • Japanese carmakers are rolling out more wagons, a bodystyle popular among company car owners in Europe.
  • Japan's carmakers, who like to tout their expertise in hybrids and electric cars, are also finally investing in a competitive lineup of diesel vehicles, which constitute half the European market.
 

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  • Japanese carmakers are rolling out more wagons, a bodystyle popular among company car owners in Europe.
Yes, they introduced the Toyota Auris Touring Sports Hybrid ... a 'normal' car with the Prius drivetrain.



And the Mazda 6 with the interesting Diesel-option, here even with a tradtional 6-speed-auto, if you are looking for something nice outside the german brands.

 
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