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The Japanese Toyota Canada brand has always been synonymous with quality and reliability. Covering just about every vehicle category in North America, plus a lot more models only sold overseas. The Toyota brand is very popular around the world, and considered one of the major Automotive brands. Toyota offers a full range of cars, trucks, SUVs, crossovers, pickups and a minivan. The company also built a strong reputation of environmental friendliness, although it has been criticized in the last few years for the blandness of their products as well as the lack of true performance models. But most Taxi’s and Airport Services use toyota vehicles throughout the world, proving their long standing durability.

The first Toyota arrived in the U.S. in 1957, but the brand’s launch was a failure. The Toyopet Crown had a laughable name and was underpowered for the highways of America, so virtually nobody bought them. The Toyopet got the boot in 1960, to return only a few years later after a redesign. The smaller Tiara and Land Cruiser off-roader were still available in the U.S.

In 1965, Toyota presented the 2000GT sports car at the Tokyo Auto Show, a car that has become one of the most heralded models in the brand’s history. It was produced from 1967 to 1970. This put Toyota on the map here in North America.

Launching new models such as the Crown, the Corona, the Corona Mark II and the Pickup, really propelled their production to a  topped 1 million units for the first time in the brand’s history. This was a major victory for the manufacturer. The Corolla was launched in North America in 1969, which went on to become the best selling nameplate in automotive history. The Carina and Celica sports cars introduced in the ‘70s, while the Cressida replaced the Corona Mark II.

Toyota sales exploded in the 1980s as many new models were introduced and the brand was becoming renowned for its impeccable quality products. Then came the Tercel and Starlet subcompacts, the rear-drive Corolla FX hatchback and sporty GT-S, the Van people-mover, the 4Runner sport-utility, the Supra and MR2 sports cars and the mid-size Camry (replacing the Corona).

The ‘90s also brought the Paseo subcompact coupe, the RAV4 compact sport-utility and the full-size T100 pickup, while the full-size Avalon replaced the Cressida, the Previa replaced the Van and the Sienna eventually replaced the Previa, while the compact Pickup was renamed Tacoma. A coupe version of the Camry called the Solara also appeared in 1999.

The Echo filled in for the Tercel in 2000, and a new milestone was achieved by Toyota in 2001 with the introduction of the Prius gas-electric hybrid. Also released were the Matrix compact hatchback, the Highlander crossover, the FJ Cruiser and Sequoia SUVs, the MR Spyder sports car, the Yaris (replacing the Echo), the Tundra (replacing the T100) and the Venza crossover. The 2007 calendar year was an absolute high for the company, with just under 9.5 million units produced.

Now a days, Toyota’s line-up consists of a wide array of Motor Vehicles world wide. Here In North America there are, the subcompact Yaris hatchback and sedan, the compact Corolla and Matrix, the mid-size Camry and Camry Hybrid, the Prius, the full-size Avalon, the Sienna minivan, the Venza, Highlander and Highlander Hybrid crossovers, the RAV4, 4Runner, FJ Cruiser and Sequoia sport-utility vehicles as well as the Tacoma and Tundra pickup trucks, plus the Lexus and Scion Motor Vehicle Complete Lines.