The NextWeb survey of more than 3,000 Japanese-based consumers found that the average price of a new car in Japan is around $30.6 million, which is only a little more than the $30 billion the country’s government has set aside for its automotive industry.
The survey was conducted by survey firm J.D. Power on behalf of the Association of Japanese Manufacturers.
It surveyed over 1,400 consumers to gather data on the value of new vehicles and how much the average Japanese family spends on new cars each year.
In terms of value, the average new car sold in Japan has an estimated value of around $15,000.
But this number may not tell the whole story.
In Japan, the government sets aside a lot of money for its industry, and it will have to spend it on purchasing cars, new or otherwise.
The next step in the cost of purchasing new cars is to pay for parts and labor.
As of 2016, a Toyota Hilux sold for over $2.5 million, but the average cost of buying a new Toyota Hilox was around $3,500.
That’s a $1,000 difference in price per vehicle.
Toyota Hilux: The new version of the Toyota Hilax.
Source: J. D. Power & M.A. Associates Inc.
The average cost per new car is also a bit higher than the cost for a new luxury car.
According to the J.P. Morgan Global Automotive Study, the value for a car is around 50 percent higher than for a luxury car, which means the average car sold is worth around $11,000 more than it would be if it was a luxury vehicle.
In addition, the survey found that in Japan, a new SUV will usually cost about $10,000, while a new hatchback will cost around $2,500 to $4,000 to build.
This means the cost per vehicle in Japan could be around $13,000 per vehicle, which would translate to about a $3 million difference in value.
In terms to financing, the typical Japanese family has an average credit score of 7.8 out of 10, which equates to a credit score score of 6,200, according to the National Association of Realtors.
If a Japanese family had an average balance of less than $25,000 in debt, it would need an average of $18,500 in credit.
In Japan, people tend to use cash to fund their purchases, which makes a significant difference in how they purchase new cars.
The average Japanese household has an annual household income of around 2.7 million yen, which translates to around $1.2 million.
However, in 2016, Japanese consumers spent only $1 million on new vehicles.
That was down from a record $6.7 billion in 2017.
The amount of debt that a Japanese household owes is much higher than in other countries, so when it comes to financing a purchase, the savings that consumers can enjoy are far more impressive.
A Japanese consumer will save around $4.5 billion annually if they use a credit card to finance their purchase, according the survey.