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With prices way up, Japanese buying fewer cars

Soaring costs over past decade put down to safety enhancements

Nissan released a remodeled Note hatchback in November.

TOKYO -- Prices for passenger cars are on the rise in Japan, mainly due to costly safety devises, such as automatic brakes, as well as batteries for hybrid cars.

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