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2020 Toyota RAV4 kitted-up like a hot hatch
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3 days ago
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2020 Toyota RAV4 kitted-up like a hot hatch

It's one of Australia's most popular, and sensible, cars. But some owners of Toyota's RAV4, just a few, may want the chance to make their theirs stand out from the pack. Enter this madcap update from Japanese tuning shop Kuhl Racing. Above: The typical Toyota RAV4.
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Susannah Guthrie
Toyota readying Yaris-based SUV
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6 days ago
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Toyota readying Yaris-based SUV

Toyota is reportedly developing a new, entry-level crossover to slot into its line-up beneath the C-HR. Auto Express reports the new SUV is set to be revealed in the second half of this year. It’ll be the second vehicle to use the Yaris’s TNGA-B architecture, which differs from larger TNGA-C-based cars like the Corolla in using a simpler, torsion-beam rear suspension. The SUV is expected to measure around four metres long, around the same length as a Hyundai Venue.
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William Stopford
Toyota HiLux DPF faults fixed, company claims, as it urges more customers to come forward
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16th Dec 2019
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Toyota HiLux DPF faults fixed, company claims, as it urges more customers to come forward

Toyota Australia insists it has solved the diesel particulate filter dramas that saw thousands of HiLux utes blow thick clouds of white smoke in traffic – but it has urged more customers to come forward if their vehicles are still experiencing symptoms. Toyota diesel particulate filter (DPF) faults affect approximately 250,000 examples of the HiLux ute and Prado and Fortuner four-wheel drives equipped with a 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine manufactured from 2015 to 2018.
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Joshua Dowling
Toyota Supra online sales to end as dealers secure more cars
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13th Dec 2019
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Toyota Supra online sales to end as dealers secure more cars

Toyota Supra fans won’t need to wait in an online queue for much longer if they want to buy the Japanese sports-car. Toyota will phase out the online ordering system for the Supra early next year and let dealers handle all pricing and sales enquiries after the company was able to secure more models for 2020. Approximately 350 Supras were allocated to Australia this year, with some more added along the way.
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Joshua Dowling