to sum it up - if you consider "hard parts/consumables repairs" as all and entire repair of your car then its already a lost case arguing.
hard parts = brake pads, discs, drums, springs, tie rods, ball joints, bushings, nuts/bolts etc.
your car also has a lot of parts that only the dealer can provide (e.g. interior trim pieces or switches) - I know there is a scrap market in Pakistan but remember they are selling you "scrapped parts" - fixed hard parts are reusable - decorative/finish parts are 80% of time needed in new condition. Cars like these oddball import JDM kei/dinky do not have such parts support in Pakistan ready available to everyone.
So suggesting to an average guy to buy a JDM import because its awesome and has luxury pillow air bags and crumple zones is both bad advice and also invalid for Pakistan because firstly 80% of the Pakistani drivers either dont wear the RS system which is the seat belt - so the air bag which is the SRS system will never work if at all it is present in the first place. The crumple zones are beat to heck already by denter ustaad as we already know how many cars are imported in "scrapped" condition in Pakistan. Furthermore not everyone has the experience or patience to even knowhow where to scavenge for the junked parts to cannibalize to repair his JDM
e.g. the guy who lost his side view mirrors, why did he not source the real items?