According to the development team, research of customers who purchased the Swift indicated much satisfaction in regards to its design and the way it drives but not so much for the vehicle's gas mileage and economy. However, they say that development began with the main goal of finding a way to improve gas mileage.
Japan has 13 points in Group B of Asian qualifying and can clinch its fifth straight World Cup appearance with a draw against Australia on June 4 at Saitama Stadium.
Want to see the beautiful city of Paris captured by the Sony Xperia Z at night? Well check out the video below. It shows how well it fares against some of the competition, including the Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 4. The video also switches audio between the phones so you can see how each compares. It’s best to view this one in full screen in 720p or 1080p so you can really tell the difference between them.
Japan will be missing ace Kei Nishikori, who is sitting out the three-day Asia-Oceania Zone Group 1 tie starting Friday at Ariake Colosseum to focus on his recovery from a left knee problem.