Toyota is Australia's market leader, holding 18 percent of total vehicle sales, a position it has held for more than 10 continuous years.
Since the badge first appeared in Australia in 1958 with the SWB LandCruiser, this global giant, the world's largest car company, has gone from strength to strength.
Although it is to close its Australian Altona plant in 2017, it maintains a strong export market for the locally built Camry, Camry Hybrid and Aurion. In fact, Toyotas have been manufactured here since 1963 - production now running to millions of vehicles.
Toyota offers the widest range of passenger and 'working vehicles', each with an unassailable reputation for quality and very strong resale values. Corolla and HiLux regularly top annual vehicle sales, and the LandCruiser is an icon for rugged reliability.
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New images purportedly previewing the refreshed 2016 Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series have surfaced online, revealing a host of styling tweaks.
Toyota Australia has posted its second profit in six years with the carmaker in the black for 2014/15 to the tune of $194 million.
THE TOYOTA COROLLA.
I almost knew a bloke who ate a car.
Perky, breezy, not too squeezy, and more than a bit of fun to poke around town. Toyota’s Yaris has ‘city smart’ written all over it.
Funny thing about blood in water.
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The Insider—TMR's man in the know—has crawled in from his drive in the Aurion TRD.