Five Best-Selling Japanese Cars in Guyana.
As with many other Caribbean and South-American countries, Guyana also has a huge demand for Japanese used vehicles and is undoubtedly a big Japanese-used car market. As with the disruptive economies globally that are highly unpredictable, consumers are pushing for the demand for used Japanese vehicles ranging from reliable quality hatchbacks, sedans, coupes, S.U.V.’s, and commercial vehicles. With a strong presence of Japanese cars on the Guyana auto-market, the country presents a profitable opportunity for importers and consumers, respectively.
Guyana is considered one of those countries where consumers and importers are more inclined to buy imported cars as the local auto-manufacturing companies have yet to establish a new base of operations in the region. Due to their unprecedented reliability and quality, Japanese vehicles are not only famous in Guyana but all over the world.
From Allion, Fielder, Hilux, Hiace, and Premio belonging to the ultra-popular Japanese brand of Toyota to X-trails, Jukes, and Leafs from the innovative Nissan brand, Guyana is certainly a paradise for imported cars. Here are the five best-selling Japanese cars in Guyana;
One of the most popular cars in Guyana, along with its other variants and predecessors is the Toyota Allion. Prevalent for its efficiency, Toyota branding, low-cost maintenance, and reliability, Allion has been selling in Japan since the year 2001, and the sedan is considered a consumer favorite globally. The 4-door robust yet straight-forward sedan’s variants are inclusive of Allion A15, A15 G, A15 G Plus, A18, A18G, A18 G Plus, A20, and A20 G Plus.
Toyota Alphard is the luxury minivan manufactured by Toyota since 2002. It is designed in two different variants, seven-seaters and eight-seaters. It is a family van and comes with hybrid and petrol technology. Toyota introduced the Alphard hybrid in 2003. It comes with 2.4L and 3.0L engine.
Toyota Hiace Van
Toyota Hiace Van is one of those light-duty commercial vehicles which is extremely common in a developing country like Guyana. It’s an excellent commercial vehicle, and its vanguard characteristics provide the necessary space, dynamics, and affordability required for a commercial commuter.
Toyota Prius may have had its ups and downs, but it is still the most reliable, most well-received, and most well-sought Hybrid technology vehicle from Toyota. Prius batteries rechargeable when driving on a gasoline engine and by when you braking. People like Prius for the quality and comfort and the car comes with 4 doors hatchbacks capabilities with five passengers’ capacity. The fuel consumption is approximately 4.4L per 100km.
A compact 7-seater car quite famous among the Guyanese people for being a budget-friendly and reliable family car. It is a thoroughly comforting car with remarkable technical, innovative, and functional equipment. Toyota Wish 2013, 2012, 2010, 2009, and 2008 are the most demanded variants in Guyana used vehicle market.