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Toyota has expanded the driver assistance and safety features of two of its popular LandCruiser 200 Series grades.
Toyota Australia today confirmed the long-awaited next generation of Toyota's beloved sports car, the Supra, will be sold in Australia from the third quarter of next year.
Toyota has conjured some extra magic from its top-selling LandCruiser Prado range by offering to make the spare wheel and tyre "disappear".
The new Corolla hatch brings unprecedented levels of advanced safety technology to the small car class with an array of active driver assistance and passive protection features.
Toyota has been a proud partner of National Tree Day since 1999. As Australia’s largest tree-planting and nature care event, it’s a fantastic opportunity to contribute to the environment and reconnect with nature.
Toyota aims to encourage a love of cars and the fun of driving among children and their parents through a travel-oriented display at the upcoming Tokyo Toy Show.
Toyota has embarked an exciting new era of automotive design that is resulting in stronger, more attractive styling for its vehicles, according to one of the company's Global Design Executives.
Toyota's next-generation Corolla hatch will gain a substantial boost to performance with the introduction of an advanced new 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine.
Toyota Australia will recall an additional 7,039 vehicles built between January and December 2013. This campaign involves Corolla sedan, Yaris sedan and Rukus models that have been installed with faulty Takata airbags.
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