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  2. Toyota Motor Philippines - Wikipedia

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    Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation ( TMP) is a subsidiary of Toyota, based in Santa Rosa, Laguna, Philippines, responsible for the assembly and distribution of Toyota vehicles in the Philippines since 1988. The company was established on August 3, 1988, as a joint venture between Toyota, Mitsui & Co and GT Capital. [1] [2] [3]

  3. Automotive industry in the Philippines - Wikipedia

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    A Toyota dealership in the Philippines. Established on August 3, 1988, Toyota Motor Philippines is a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation, based in Santa Rosa, Laguna, Philippines. They are responsible for the assembly and distribution of Toyota vehicles in the Philippines since 1988.

  4. Toyota Hilux Champ - Wikipedia

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    The Toyota Hilux Champ is a light commercial vehicle manufactured by the Japanese carmaker Toyota since 2023. [3] Based on the Hilux, the Hilux Champ is positioned below it as a simpler and more affordable alternative. [4] It is available as a two-door pickup truck or two-door chassis cab, and primarily targets emerging markets.

  5. List of Toyota factories - Wikipedia

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    Toyota Samrong plant, Samrong Tai, Samut Prakan – Hilux (mostly domestic models), Hilux Champ, Fortuner. Toyota Ban Pho plant, Lad Kwang – Hilux (export models only) Siam Toyota Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Chonburi – Engines [20] Toyota Auto Works. Theparak plant, Samut Prakan — HiAce, Commuter.

  6. Toyota Kijang - Wikipedia

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    Toyota Hilux Champ. The Toyota Kijang is a series of pickup trucks, station wagons and light commercial vehicles produced and marketed mainly in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, India and South Africa by Toyota between 1976 and 2007 under various other names. The vehicle first entered production in the Philippines as the Toyota Tamaraw in December 1976.

  7. Toyota Vios - Wikipedia

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    In the Philippines, the third-generation Vios was launched in July 2013 with the same 4 trim levels as the outgoing model: 1.3 Base, 1.3 J, 1.3 E, and 1.5 G. Toyota Motor Philippines produces the Vios in their production plant in Santa Rosa, Laguna. It is equipped with either a 1.3-litre 2NZ-FE or a 1.5-litre 1NZ-FE engine.

  8. Toyota HiAce - Wikipedia

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    1,690 mm (66.5 in) Height. 1,890–2,220 mm (74.4–87.4 in) A new HiAce van was launched in 1982, with the HiAce pickup truck coming in August 1985. The truck's cab design was common to the bigger ToyoAce light truck, though it had different frontal styling. The truck was a completely different model than the van.

  9. Toyota Corolla (E110) - Wikipedia

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    Toyota Vios (Philippines, Vietnam) The Corolla E110 was the eighth generation of cars sold by Toyota under the Corolla nameplate. Introduced in May 1995, the eighth generation shared its platform (and doors, on some models) with its predecessor.

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