Newest tradecarview Toyota Models


If you’re in the market for an almost-new car from Japan, you should take a look at tradecarview’s Toyota stock. The website is Japan’s largest online marketplace of pre-owned cars, and it offers a lot of different vehicle models from various brands. Toyota is one of the most reliable brands in the industry and there are plenty of the brand’s newest models for sale in the used-car market.

The following models are sold at a more affordable price but they perform just as well as new ones—after all, they’re only two years old! So without further ado, here are some of the 2012-2013 Toyota models you can get from tradecarview.

•    Land Cruiser Prado – the fourth and latest generation was launched in 2009 and is a merging with the Hilux Surf, with which the Prado had been sharing a chassis since 1996. Prado is the Portuguese word for “meadow” or “field”. This fourth-generation release features a newly-developed crawl control system to facilitate off-road driving at very low speds. In addition, the new Prado has a multi-terrain select system that optimizes drive settings for difficult off-road terrains and surfaces.

•    Noah – the new, second-generation Noah model boasts of improved environmental performance, passenger comfort, and utility. It has been fitted with a new 2-liter engine that features a valvematic system that allows for a better response, fuel economy, and driving performance. The Noah is one of tradecarviewToyota bestsellers.

•    Estima – the newest Estima (third generation) launched in 2006 uses the RAV4’s front platform a specially-designed rear platform as its base. The new model release had improved utility: the third-row seats can be stowed under the floor, providing more cabin room.

•    FJ Cruiser – the FJ Cruiser for the Japanese Domestic Market was released in 2010. The FJ Cruiser has an iconic design reminiscent of the FJ40: the near-vertical windshield, corner-wrapping rear quarter windows, front-end design and of course, the white rooftop.

•    Camry – It was in 2011 when the ninth-generation model of the Camry made its way into the auto market. In Japan, all Camry models have since become hybrid, and the newly-designed aerodynamic body adds on to the model’s excellent fuel economy.

•    Corolla Axio – the Axio is the tenth-generation release of the Corolla line, launched in 2006. All Axios come equipped with a rearview monitor that aids the driver during reverse parking.

•    Allion  – Toyota envisioned creating a vehicle that was “All-in-One” and came up with the Allion, a sporty sedan that is similar to the Premio.

•    Premio – Released in 2007 and marketed towards the business-savvy, the Premio looks and feels every bit the premium car. Featuring enhanced equipment and accessories, tradecarview’s Toyota Premio stocks are fact becoming favorites in Africa.

•    Vitz – the third and newest-generation Vitz was launched in 2010. It had an extended wheelbase and lenth, providing more room in the rear area and the luggage space. This Vitz model is known to use the world’s first super UV-cut front door glass that reduces ultraviolet penetration by 99%.

These are just some of the models you can see among tradecarview’s Toyota listings. You can also be on the lookout for 2012/2013 model releases of the Hiace Commuter, Avensis, Corolla Rumion, Sequoia, Hiace Wagon, Aqua hybrid, and Harrier. These are all previously owned but have been maintained really well, so you can be sure to get a car that’s good as new.


Source by Kyoko Nitori