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2019 Toyota Hiace with up to 17 seats

Originally introduced back in 1967, the Toyota Hiace is now entering its sixth generation. So Toyota made a significant jump in size for both the standard and long roof versions. The table attached below reflects the vehicle’s growth, allowing the multi-purpose vehicle to accommodate as many as 17 people. There are a plethora of seating

By |2019-02-21T00:28:40+00:00February 21st, 2019|Categories: Featured, Toyota|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Toyota Yaris hatchback is dead in the U.S

As Toyota confirmed to CarsDirect, the Toyota Yaris Liftback is dead in the U.S. Interestingly, Toyota also told CarsDirect that it plans to make some sort of announcement at the New York auto show in April. What that means for the future of the Yaris isn't clear. Toyota could be prepping to introduce a redesigned

Hyundai to launch car production with EVs in Indonesia

Electric cars will be produced in Indonesia - that's great news! According to deputy minister for industry in Indonesia, Hyundai will invest $880 million in a new production plan for 250,000 cars annually. Part of the production is to be electric cars. Hyundai wants to to add a new factory in Southeast Asia to expand its manufacturing capacity dependence from China.

List of cheapest Plug-In Hybrid cars for 2019

Automotive Territory released an interesting overview of the 10 cheapest plug-in hybrids on the market in the U.S., including pricing, range and a basic description. The PHEVs usually comes with a higher price tag than conventional versions and here are the most affordable models that open the way to start driving electric. Hyundai, Toyota, Kia, Honda - what

2019 Toyota 86 to introduce TRD Special Edition model

For 2019, the Toyota 86 will get a new variant aimed squarely at the hardcore enthusiast crowd. The sports car's order guide shows an 86 TRD Special Edition will arrive for the new model year. The TRD treatment will include a handful of upgrades and racier looks, per the order guide. Named the SE trim, the special 86 will

By |2018-11-23T22:48:00+00:00November 3rd, 2018|Categories: News by Brand, Toyota|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Meet the new Toyota Corolla Touring Sports estate

The Toyota Corolla Touring Sports marks a return to an old name for what we thought would be called the new Auris. Toyota has elected to switch back to the big-selling global nameplate after failing to cut through with its Auris badge. And the Touring Sports is the estate version, unveiled in full at the Paris

Suzuki and Mitsubishi ditching diesel motors

Suzuki and Mitsubishi have become the latest manufacturers to move to get rid of diesel from their European lineups. The Japanese automakers will join Nissan and Toyota in axing the technology entirely. The move will also mean that Mazda will remain the only major Japanese carmaker selling diesels in Europe. Suzuki had already canned some diesel models, but is now phasing them out across

By |2018-10-25T07:32:26+00:00October 23rd, 2018|Categories: Mustang, Suzuki|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Suzuki will test its first electric cars in India

Suzuki is about to start EV tests in India next month Suzuki, which holds nearly half of the passenger car market in India is going to start tests of electric cars in the country. The japanese manufacturer will begin with a fleet of 50 prototypes, based on the conventional Suzuki Wagon Rkei car. Series of produced EVs we can expect

Nissan does not have plans to be diesel anymore

Nissan is going to ditch diesel power in Europe, with the Japanese manufacturer planning to phase out the fuel choice by not offering it on new models. As one of the leading EV manufacturers in the world, Nissan already has plenty of presence with non-diesel models. It also follows in the footsteps of manufacturers such

By |2018-09-25T00:36:57+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's, Nissan|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

The Metropolitan will run a fleet of hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirai

Eleven Toyota Mirai hatchbacks, each with a range of around 300 miles, will be used by the police force in a bid to reduce its environmental impact on London. The Met is set to clean up the streets with a zero-emission hydrogen-powered police cars We are delighted to have taken delivery of 11 of these cars to support