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Toyota

(toi-ō`tə, Jap. tōyō`tä), city (1990 pop. 332,336), Aichi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It is a major industrial center dominated by the Toyota Motor Company, which produces passenger vehicles and auto parts there.
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When Reyes was finally able to save enough for a pre-owned 2017 Toyota RAV4 from Palm Beach Toyota, she received something far more valuable in return.
To celebrate the purchase of the 6 millionth Toyota Certified Used Vehicle (TCUV), Toyota Motor North America presented Reyes with a check for the value of the RAV4.
Toyota continues to top the Insurance Institute for Highway Safetys (IIHS) awards list of all manufacturers.
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The Rangers are thrilled to welcome Toyota to North Texas and the Rangers corporate partner family, said Joe Januszewski, Texas Rangers executive vice president, Business Partnerships & Development.
The multi-year partnership extends through 2018 and also provides Toyota with branding and naming rights for 12 of the Rangers parking lots adjacent to Globe Life Park in Arlington.
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Route 44 Toyota has several Toyota models available to customers.
Nissan is aiming for an annual output of 50,000 hybrid units of its Altima model, using Toyota electrical components.
On Saturday, May 12, Pearson Toyota held its fourth annual Shred Event and Food Drive.