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Toyota Venza Discontinued

This may not come as a surprise to all those involved in the automotive industry. The dated Toyota Venza crossover just couldn’t make the cut when it comes to sales figures. Despite the upgraded 2015 model, it still didn’t get traction with consumers who instead opted for more contemporary Nissan …

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2017 Toyota C-HR Review and Price

2017 Toyota C-HR is a brand new subcompact crossover in the market, with the amazing new exterior design and surely much bigger inside space. That’s pretty much all which this model brings in the crossover community, where were Nissan and Kia already made a place for themselves. But, the designers …

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2018 Toyota Auris – Among Class Leaders

The new 2018 Toyota Auris is on the doorstep away from you. That’s a good news thought for Auris lovers. Auris is an classic beauty with own specifics and characteristics. Maybe we can say it’s not exactly the most popular Toyota car, but it is nice, reliable and most of …

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2017 Lexus RX – Confirmed Three-row RX Coming

True to its word the North American branch of the Japanese auto maker makes good on its trend of delivering a refresh every two years or so. This time it is the luxury crossover 2017 Lexus RX that last made waves back in 2015 with its new sheet metal and …

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2017 Toyota Fortuner Scores 5-Star Rating In Latin NCAP

Toyota, the leader company in making exclusive cars and vehicles on extreme high quality level, now gets for one of his vehicle a 5-star rating crash test, controlled by the Latin NCAP. As we knew before, and honestly we never doubted as long for the safety systems in any cars …

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2017 Toyota Harrier Hybrid – Amazing Toyota SUV

The Toyota Harrier Hybrid is a mid-size luxury crossover sport utility vehicle first introduced to the car market in 2004. It is built on Toyota New MC platform which the car shares with several Toyota’s models like RAV4 and Prius. As its predecessor, the 2017 Toyota Harriet Hybrid will be …

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