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Toyota Yaris review: Right car but too late to challenge Honda City, Hyundai Verna?

After contemplating for a long time, Toyota has finally brought in its Honda City, Hyundai Verna rival by bringing in its Toyota Yaris. SUVs might be posting growths in the Indian car industry but the year 2018 clearly belongs to the sedan segment. Toyota Yaris is the fourth sedan in company’s India portfolio and sits between the Toyota Etios and Toyota Corolla sedan. Toyota Kirloskar ... Read More »

Maruti Baleno & Vitara Brezza won’t be tweaked by Toyota: RC Bhargava; What he actually means!

RC Bhargava, the chairman of Maruti Suzuki has just made an interesting statement that says Toyota won’t ‘tweak’ the Baleno and the Vitara Brezza – two cars that Maruti will soon start supplying Toyota from next year. Now, what does Mr. Bhargava mean by Toyota not tweaking the cars? Will Toyota simply sell the Maruti Baleno and Vitara Brezza as ... Read More »

Toyota Yaris

₹ 7.5 Lakh – 12 Lakh Expected Price ALERT ME WHEN LAUNCHED About Toyota Yaris Toyota Kirloskar took the covers off its brand new offering for India. Set to launch in mid 2018, the Toyota Yaris compact sedan will jump into a highly competitive segment. We have waited for this car for ages now – yes even expecting it launch ... Read More »

Spousal Report Review: One of the last ‘real SUVs,’ the 2017 Toyota 4Runner is a purpose-built tool with a single fatal flaw

Looking the part of a capable off-roading SUV, the 2017 Toyota 4Runner Limited has a chrome-dipped face and big 20-inch wheels. Nothing screams adventure quite like a 2017 Toyota 4Runner. One of the few truck-based, body-on-frame SUVs left, the 4Runner is built for serious off-roading rather than suburban shuttling. More refined than a Jeep Wrangler, larger and more accommodating than a Jeep Grand ... Read More »

Toyota plans to invest $10bn in US

Japanese car giant Toyota says will invest $10bn (£8.2bn) in the US over the next five years – the latest car giant to announce major investments. The firm’s North America chief executive, Jim Lentz, announced the decision at the Detroit motor show. He said it had nothing to do with President-elect Donald Trump’s hostility to imported cars, but was part ... Read More »