Toyota is one of the world's largest automakers and is known as the quality, durability, and reliability leader in the industry. Toyota's Camry, Corolla, RAV 4 and Highlander define their class. Toyota makes trucks in its Texas plant and most of its cars are made in the markets they serve.

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Quake-induced inventory shortage fuels demand for pre-leased vehicles

U.S. shoppers are using "bridge-the-gap" car leasing in greater numbers than ever before, according to the Web site LeaseTrader.com. “Bridge-the-gap” leasing is auto industry parlance for people taking over someone else’s remaining short-term car lease until dealer inventory levels return to normal so when they do they can buy the car they want to own.
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Sporty 2012 Toyota Venza is ready to drive

Toyota (NYSE:TM) has simplified the Venza for 2012, offering the cute as a button car in LE, XLE and Limited models instead of complicating things with an army of option packages. The 2011 Venza, whose MSRP starts at $27,125 and is still available in some Toyota showrooms, offers one trim level that can be equipped with options galore and is such a good value it was named to the current NADAguides "recommended buy" list today.
The Toyota logo of the 2011 Prius

Toyota closes 11 plants due to typhoon, joins Nissan and Mitsubishi

Toyota Motor Corp has announced that like Nissan and Mitsubishi, it will close 11 plants in Japan earlier than usual today (Wednesday September 21st) with a major typhoon bearing down on the Japanese coastline – a move likely based in part on the massive amounts of damage done by the tsunami that devastated Japan earlier this year.
The Subaru BRZ Prologue from the Frankfurt Motor Show

The Subaru BRZ Prologue makes its debut in Frankfurt - sort of

Leading up to the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, Subaru announced that we would get our first good look at their joint venture with Toyota, named the Subaru BRZ Prologue and while the company made good on offering a closer look at the new rear wheel drive sports car, we still don’t know what the Subaru version will look like.
Toyota stock trading at New York opening bell on 9/19/2011

Toyota stock affected by more than plans to relocate key parts manufacturing

It’s amazing how much change an earthquake and tsunami can bring to the parts portfolio management within the auto industry, especially for a world giant like Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE: TM), which currently exports parts for hybrid cars to its factories outside Japan, including America, but talk is easier than action, and world economics have a powerful influence.
The 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in

Toyota reveals pricing on the Toyota Prius V and Plug-in

Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. has announced the manufacturer’s suggested retail prices at the annual Green Drive Expo for two new hybrid vehicles, the Toyota Prius v and Prius Plug-in. The all new Prius v and Prius Plug-in are the two newest additions to the Prius Family, soon to be followed by the city-friendly Toyota Prius c, which will launch in next year.
The 2012 Toyota Highlander

Toyota adds fuel-efficient four-cylinder option to 2012 Toyota Highlander

The Toyota Highlander, fresh from a vehicle revision in 2011, now offers a 25-mpg highway rated, four-cylinder engine to complement the popular 2012 Toyota Highlander V6 and Hybrid models. The three-row crossover moves into 2012 continuing to offer the exceptional value cited by numerous third-party authorities.
The Toyota FT-86ii Concept

The Toyota FT-86ii Concept shows up at Frankfurt with little change

Earlier this month, Toyota offered a teaser video of their FT-86ii sports car ending with a mention of this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show leading many to believe that we would see something new on the Toyota version of the joint venture with Subaru but as the show has come, what we have is the same FT-86ii that we have seen at past auto shows – except it’s orange.

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