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During its evolution, Toyota has become one of the largest. Some would argue that Toyota has become the largest automaker in the world. You don't receive this distinction by chance and it proves the commitment of the Japanese giant.Constantly in the research of excellence, its designs have improved in the range of the Toyota vehicles sold around the world. Reliability and quality of our used Toyota for sale have already been proven.But Toyota is also one of the pioneers on hybrid powertrain. The used Toyota in our inventory are economic, affordable, powerful and seek to exploit their impressive potential.In a Toyota, you'll feel very comfortable with very intuitive control, a comfortable, luxurious space overflow. Choose a used Toyota and you'll be sure to have made the best choice.

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A Toyota Certified Used Vehicle is, first and foremost, a Toyota. From a meticulous 127-point inspection to a free tank of gas, a Toyota Certified Used Vehicle will provide you with unrivaled peace of mind and years of satisfaction. [Read more]

Toyota Remains World's Biggest Automaker In 2013

The competition was fierce, and there was a lot of talk, it seemed that every automaker was going to be the one to dethrone them in 2013. Despite everything though, Toyota held firm, and remained the world's biggest automaker in 2013. Toyota had hoped to be the first automaker in the world to sell more than 10 million vehicles in a single year, but stopped short of that figure with sales of 9.98 million cars. The Japanese automaker has already said that they will beat that number in 2014, forecasting a 4 percent increase, bringing sales to 10.32 million units. That number, and Toyota's continued success is especially impressive, considering the major setbacks that company continues to suffer from after the 2011 earthquake-tsunami disaster that happened in Japan. It has held the crown in every year since 2008, the exception being 2011 when the disaster wiped out production for the year. Prior to 2008, GM had held the top spot for nearly 80 years!

2014 Toyota Harrier

Toyota has just released images of it's new 2014 Toyota Harrier, a crossover intended for the Japanese market. North American's shouldn't fret, this crossover SUV is nearly identical to the Lexus RX, which will be easy to get our hands on. That being said, we can consider the launch of the Harrier as a preview of the next generation of the Lexus RX, slated for 2015. The 2014 Toyota Harrier is set to make it's public debut at the Tokyo Auto Show later this year, and available for sale this winter. In North America, the Lexus RX version will go on sale next year, up against the Lincoln MKX, Cadillac SRX and Audi's Q5. The Lexus RX is the best selling premium level crossover in the United States, and has been since it's introduction. It sold over 45,000 units in the first half of 2013 alone.

In The City, A Car Is Not Always Enough

Often, the car is the means of transportation most used in the city. This is not always the case though. Toyota is working to develop a new type of personal transportation called the Winglet, and is currently testing it in the city of Tsukuba, in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. The tests are being conducted in a designated area called the "Tsukuba Mobility Robot Experimental Zone." Much like the well known Segway, the Winglet is a means of transportation where the user stands on a self-balancing two wheeled vehicle. Toyota calls it a "Personal transport assistance robot ridden in a standing position." Created to contribute to a society where transportation is safer, the Winglet is a personal transport robot that allows the user to expand their world in a safe manner. The Winglet is easy to use, offers exceptional performance and it is well suited to a modern living environment. The electric powered WInglet can travel 1 hour on a single charge and hits a top speed of 3.7 MPH, comparable to that of a brisk walk. Riders step on it and simply lean in the direction in which they wish to move. It takes up a smaller footprint than the Segway, making it better suited to long, indoor travels such as large factories and airports.

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