While Toyota might be falling back in the CUV segment I heard they have plans to release something new called the C-HR. Once that comes to market it will be quite interesting to see what it does to the various CUV and SUV markets, could take some people away from the Niro.
Well looks meant as an observant term of course. But Toyota has definitely always been diverse which is great. The main thing is, from my perspective at least, is that they carry that reputation of always being the most reliable, or longest lasting vehicles, etc. They've developed a huge trust within the consumers for the industry.
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