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Toyota reveals daring new Aygo
Toyota reveals daring new Aygo By: IOL Motoring Staff Toyota has thrown caution to the wind with the design of its all-new Aygo. Though it again shares its underpinnings with the Citroën C1 and...
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Aygo city car
Next IPAP Version Drafted, Says Minister Davies
Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies says a draft of the next iteration of the Industrial Policy Action (IPAP) has been prepared. Minister Davies was addressing a post State of the Nation media...
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Point A to point B reliability
Tanyaradzwa Nyamajiyah Eleven generations on and with over 40 million sold, Toyota’s all-new Corolla sedan is still breathing the Corolla DNA. The Japanese car manufacturer is standing firmly by the...
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1.9m Prius' in software snafu recall
ys the defect could put the Prius into failsafe mode, in which the car could still be driven but would slow down, eventually to stop. Tokyo, Japan - Toyota has announced a global recall of...
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Toyota to invest 1-billion in SA
Toyota announced on Tuesday that it would be investing R1-billion into production of its vehicles in South Africa as part of its expansion that began in 2012. It is a vote of confidence in a sector...
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Driving impression: New Toyota Corolla
The new Toyota Corolla (1.8 Exclusive pictured).
Ryan Bubear attended the local launch of the new Toyota Corolla. Here are his thoughts after sampling the Japanese manufacturer's all-new...
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