10 New Japanese Cars that Will Be Upholding Reliability Standards in 2020
- Published on: Wednesday, March 20, 2019
- Japanese automakers probably have the most solid record of delivering reliable car models to the market, which also combine competitive performance characteristics and the most innovative tech.
Each model year is yet another test that determines whether their products will stay ahead of the game or will fall behind more daring companies from other parts of the world. Lets take a look at the 2019 newcomers and the already announced 2020 models from Japan to decide if their cars are going to be worth our money!
Other #AutomotiveTerritory videos that you will find useful:
Upcoming cars and SUVs presented by American manufacturers: https://anyclips.net/video/ZcsHpJA7kII
All of the news about latest car releases in one place: https://anyclips.net/playlist/PL_FzXOZV6f6EZii9J0wDPp7m-GFDzocq-
All of the vehicles shown in this #AT_New_Cars episode:
2020 Toyota GR Supra: toyota.com/upcoming-vehicles/gr-supra
The all-new Toyota Supra became one of those car models that divide the automotive community into two opposing camps. There are people who hate the newcomer since it failed to live up to the hype, and those who actually like it for what it is, a decent sports coupe with a rich history paved by the predecessors.
2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan: toyota.com/corolla/
Following the redesign of its hatchback sibling, the Corolla sedan is entering the next generation as well. From now on it rides on the Toyota’s scalable TNGA platform, that already underpins the Avalon, Camry and CH-R.
2019 Honda Passport: automobiles.honda.com/future-cars/passport
This new large SUV is resurrecting the Passport moniker which existed back in 1990s and belonged to the Honda badge engineered version of the Isuzu Rodeo. It will slot between the CR-V and Pilot in terms of size and will sit 5 people.
2020 Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro: pressroom.toyota.com/releases/2020+toyota+sequoia+trd+pro+opens+path+family+adventures+leads+charge+updates+on+all+trd+pro+models.htm
Don’t act surprised, this 7-seater behemoth is still manufactured by Toyota without groundbreaking changes for more than a decade. In 2020, though, the giant is getting the TRD Pro treatment to hit the off-road alongside the Tacoma, 4runner and Tundra.
2019 Lexus LC Convertible Concept: lexus.com/concept/LC-Convertible
Do not get confused by the concept moniker in the name of this Lexus. It looks like a production ready model, which only needs some minor polishing of the rough edges. The Lexus LC500 Convertible should be released in 2020.
2020 Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer: media.mitsubishicars.com/releases/mitsubishi-motors-makes-world-premiere-of-the-engelberg-tourer-and-new-dendo-drive-house-system-at-geneva-international-motor-show/photos/mitsubishi-motors-makes-world-premiere-of-the-engelberg-tourer-and-dendo-drive-house-concepts-at-geneva-16
Sadly, Mitsubishi is known for creating rather intriguing car concepts which usually are never brought to the market due to the lack of funds. One of such examples is the recently unveiled Engelberg Tourer named after the Swiss ski resort.
2020 Mazda 3 Sedan and Hatchback: mazdausa.com/vehicles/mazda3-sedan
The Mazda 3 Hatchback and Mazda 3 Sedan is replacing the third generation model that has been around for 6 years and had managed to establish itself as a worthy contender on the market of compact automobiles. Surprisingly, it actually keeps the amazing looks teased by the beautiful Kai concept.
2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport (ASX, RVR): mitsubishi-media.co.uk/en-gb/releases/1451
The name of this crossover is determined by the region where you are shopping, it is known either as the ASX in Europe, Outlander Sport in North Anerica and RVR in Asia.
2020 Mazda CX-30: mazdausa.com/cx-30
Mazda CX-30 is positioned between the brand’s subcompact CX-3 and mid-size CX-5 offerings. It continues Mazda’s unique Japanese Kodo design language and is aimed to appeal to the brand’s younger customers.
2020 Subaru Legacy: subaru.com/2020-legacy
Subaru Legacy retains a familiar exterior but sits on an all-new platform. The sedan has a lower gravity center and much better sound-proofing, plus it features slightly restyled front and rear LED lights and a new cabin with either two 7-inch displays or a 11.6-inch infotainment screen.
2019 Nissan Murano: nissanusa.com/vehicles/crossovers-suvs/murano.html
Nissan Murano gets minor design tweaks and a bunch of new tech, but it is still recognizable as the 3rd generation Murano. The restyled fascia, new LED headlights and running lights give it a fresher and more company-streamlined look.
- Source: https://youtu.be/5-3gOT5V7hE