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Toyota's CSRC Partners on 11 New Safety Studies

The Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC) announced recently a comprehensive new set of research programs that will examine the opportunities and challenges of emerging vehicle technologies. The 11 projects, conducted in partnership with eight leading North American research institutions, are the first ones launched under CSRC Next, the center's new five-year program that supports a safe transition to the future of mobility.


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2018 Toyota C-HR: Fun Enough for Friends, Safe Enough for Family

The 2018 Toyota C-HR is the latest arrival to Northway Toyota's inventory, and everyone has reason to be excited about it.

Imagine pulling up to curb to pick up friends for a night out. There's a brief moment nobody realizes it's you—they were all wondering what a concept car was doing there. Once everyone is settled into the inviting and spacious interior, you show them what a compact crossover can do.

The C-HR was designed to be bold and decisive, with nimble handling track-tested on the Nürburgring circuit, and avant-garde style that pushes the boundaries…

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Toyota Reveals Global Hybrid Sales beyond 10 Million Vehicles

Whether or not you've ever owned or considered a hybrid vehicle as one for you, there is no denying the growing momentum that the market segment has seen over the last few years. Our team at Northway Toyota has grown used to offering hybrid models, with the first Toyota Prius model coming way back in 1999 before going global in 2000. As of January 31st, Toyota achieved what many thought would be unthinkable by selling more than 10 million hybrid vehicles - including more than a million units from May 2016 alone. Over three million of those models have been…

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Toyota Announces November Sales Increase

Yesterday, Toyota Motor Sales USA reported November 2016 sales of 197,645 units. The result represents an increase of more than four percent over the same period last year on a volume basis. The Toyota division posted sales of 168,595 units, up 5.3.

“We expect to see the industry set a new sales record for November,” said Bill Fay, group vice president and general manager of the Toyota Division. “All-time best-ever Highlander sales combined with November best-ever RAV4 volume extends the Toyota Division’s 2016 streak of consecutive light truck sales records to 11 months...

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