. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

U.S. Auto Sales

TOKYO () -- U.S. automakers have achieved their goal of selling 100,000 cars in Japan one year after the 1995 U.S.-Japan Auto Agreement, but still face major obstacles, said Andrew H. Card Jr., president of the American Automobile Manufacturers Association.


He said impediments include the weakening of the yen against the dollar and the limited access U.S. automakers have to Japanese dealerships.