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Toyota has been a top seller for years
Last Updated: 09 October 2018Toyota
is a South African favourite that the public has been in love with for years. Having been the first company in the world to produce more than 10 million vehicles in a year, they've established themselves as the world's largest automotive brand. If you're looking for Toyota insurance
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The Toyota Hilux has been the most popular bakkie in South Africa for years. Farmers, construction businesses and other similar fields of work have used the Hilux as their primary vehicle of choice. The latest generation takes a step towards competing with the SUV market in terms of interior quality, but it's not enough to genuinely compete.
The Toyota Yaris was released as an entry level vehicle in 1999, although it only came to South Africa in 2005 with the release of the second generation. It's a city slicker that has proven its worth by selling thousands since it's release. It has good build quality and mountains of space for a small city slicker. If you want value for money, the Yaris is worth looking at.
Originally produced for the Indian market in 2010, the Toyota Etios was introduced to South African shores in 2012. It became an instant motorsport favourite in India when Toyota started a one-make racing series called the Etios Motor Racing.
The performance and efficiency on the Etios are commendable. Coupled with its predictable handling, the Etios makes for a great choice in its segment.
The Toyota Corolla became the best-selling car in the world by 1974, surpassing the VW Beetle. This makes it's name fitting since "corolla" is Latin for "small crown". It was initially produced with rear-wheel drive, but was changed to front-wheel in later models.
If the latest generation Corolla has anything going for it, it's the abundance of interior space that puts some mid-sized vehicles to shame. In addition to this, the driver's visibility is great. The front and rear windscreen are more than large enough and the pillars do little to obstruct blindspots.
Toyota joined other car brands when they introduced their first compact crossover SUV. This SUV was the Toyota RAV4 which first sold in 1994 to the Japanese and European markets. For those of you that don't know, RAV4 stands for "Recreational Activity Vehicle: 4-wheel drive". With an acronym like that you would expect the RAV4 to be easy to handle and it delivers on that expectation. It's what customers have come to enjoy most about it.
The Fortuner has been one of the best selling SUVs since it was launched in South Africa. The latest model, which features the 2.8 GD-6 motor now includes 7 seats, an upgrade that most mid-sized SUVs are seeing included. The Fortuner is somewhat of a jack-of-all-trades. It works well as a city vehicle and can hold its own in offroad situations.
The latest generation has seen a decidedly large leap in improvements. The restrained use of chrome, muscular look and LED tail lights are just some of the improvements made to the style of the Fortuner. The interior also comes with some nice additions such as a digital radio and 7-inch touchscreen with DVD compatibility.
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