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Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) unveiled the 2019 RAV4 last Friday, and projected an average of 100 units rolling out of dealerships every month this year.
Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) today launched the all-new RAV4. Now on its fifth generation, Toyota says that the all-new 2019 RAV4 banks on its upgraded, more premium design paired with better performance and capability made possible by the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) – a platform that applies Toyota’s principles and technologies to improve its […]
Toyota is bringing innovation to the Paris Motor Show with a zone featuring all its latest models in their hybrid versions.
Since most buyers seem to want SUVs and crossovers, it’s no surprise that this year’s New York International Auto Show was positively bursting with them.
The all-new 2019 Toyota RAV4 made its global debut at the 2018 New York International Auto Show. As the original small SUV that created the segment, RAV4 has taken its guests on countless adventures for over two decades, earning the current rank of the best-selling Toyota in the USA. For its fifth generation, the all-new […]
The all-new, fifth-generation 2019 Toyota RAV4 will make its world debut on March 28 at the 2018 New York International Auto Show. The RAV4 was one of the first crossovers to be launched. Each generation has been successful, and hybrid and fully electric versions have been produced. Sales of the current-generation car improved significantly after […]
Toyota Motor Philippines has launched the latest RAV4, with a new front fascia and upgraded features. Here’s the news from Toyota: This December, the number one automotive company in the country launches a new dimension of action as seen in the new Toyota Rav4. First introduced in the Philippines in 1997, the vehicle has long […]
It takes no genius to figure out that the Toyota name is synonymous with dullness. Take the Toyota Camry for example, despite being a generally refined and great-to-own car, the Camry has failed to sell well outside the US, which is its primary market. Give or take a few years, Toyota would be lost in […]