Toyota HiLux truck tuned by Toyota Motorsport

Toyota HiLux truck tuned by Toyota Motorsport
Toyota HiLux truck tuned by Toyota Motorsport

Want to see the new limited edition 2008 Toyota HiLux Invincible pickup truck? Than, perhaps, you should include the next Commercial Vehicles auto show in Birmingham, UK, into your travel schedule for the April, 2008. At the event, the Japanese carmaker’s official tuning house TRD will present a version of the popular truck powered by a larger, more powerful oil-burner, as well as new rims, more advanced interior, and new multimedia gadgets.

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JDM 2008 Toyota Vanguard SUV

2008 Toyota Vanguard SUV
2008 Toyota Vanguard

The Japanese company has just presented its new 2008 Toyota Vanguard mid-size crossover SUV. Previously available only on Australian and North American markets, this longer (plus some four inches over the standard) wheelbase version of the 2005 Toyota RAV4 will finally be offered for the Japanese customers, too, albeit with a more appealing exterior styling.
The article was updated in December, 2017 with information regarding the vehicle’s longterm reliability and typical problems (see below.)

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2008 Toyota Highlander hybrid

2008 Toyota Highlander hybrid crossover SUV
2008 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

It took Toyota half a year to make its mind as to the 2008 Toyota Highlander hybrid SUV’s price and specifications.

Well, you can’t really blame the Japanese brand for its indecisiveness, since the niche of a mid-sized SUV with three-row capacity has got really overcrowded during the last couple of years. Toyota just can’t afford making a mistake when it comes to pricing a vehicle, which is clearly targeted at a price-conscious customer.

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2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid starts at $25,900

2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid starts at $25,900

Toyota announced MSRP prices today for the new 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid family sedan.

Surprisingly, the new car will be offered at a price, which is significantly lower than forecast by market analysts. Finally, virtually any American family can afford the car, which is not only greener, but is also easier on their budgets, especially for the kind of drivers whose daily routine includes travels on busy urban roads with many traffic lights and lots of left turns: in this kind of cycle, the hybrid drive truly shines.

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