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NSengiyumva Juvenal from Rwanda message

NSengiyumva Juvenal from Rwanda message
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I am very pleased to be among many that received your email to participate in this offer.
Having my first car, it is a Japanese car, I can truly say that I was impressed with their system of doing business and I am truly happy with the Car I have!
I can say they Cars from Japan have the following characteristics:

  1. They durable (I have a Carina E from 1995 and still it is in good condition),
  2. They have comfortable (Seats well designed, durable material)
  3. They have less fuel consumption, they are not expensive, and spares are available every where.
    Another thing, Cars from Japan are of different varieties, Japan sells and export high quality toyota hiace van, suv, hiace commuter, toyota hilux, minibus, and all type of commercial vans and trucks to overseas.
    The country is home to a number of companies that produce cars, construction vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs, and engines. Japanese automotive manufacturers include Toyota, Honda, Daihatsu, Nissan, Suzuki, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Isuzu, Kawasaki, Yamaha, and Mitsuoka.
    You cant miss the type of the car want, the stock of cars from Japan is endless.
    With Japanese manufacturers producing very affordable, reliable, and popular cars throughout the 1990s, Japan became the largest car producing nation in the world in 2000. However, its market share has decreased slightly in recent years, particularly due to old and new competition from South Korea, China and India. Nevertheless, Japan’s car industry continues to flourish, its market share has risen again, and in the first quarter of 2008 Toyota surpassed American General Motors to become the world’s largest car manufacturer. Today, Japan is the third largest automobile market and, until China recently overtook them, was the largest car producer in the world. Still, automobile export remains one of the country’s most profitable exports and is a cornerstone of recovery plan for the latest economic crisis.
    Japan has given the automotive industry of the world lots of great, fast and high quality cars. Japanese car designs always took into consideration the root of Japanese culture, its history and aspirations. The takeover of the Japanese brands over the world market started in the 1960’s. Japan decided designing cars that were completely different from the well-known European models. They did not want to create anything similar to what was already on the market. Such course completely reversed the performance of the Japanese brands on the market.

I wish i could be a CAR FROM JAPAN representative.

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