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Vincent joseph from Kenya message

Thanks so much for allowing to be part of this competition.i do believe in quality and since the existence of japanese’s cars,I have never hade any complains about then and that is why i can strongly recommended Japanese cars to anyone interested in buying a car.here in Kenya,80% of cars being driven are Japanese cars,in terms of technology,Japan is leading. I am a contractor and I also know that Japan has best technology in construction and the way they construct roads bridges is an assurity of quality in all areas .thanks so much for the love of people that’s why you put quality first.Toyota marked the start of the new millennium with the launch of the Prius, the world’s first mass-produced gas/electric hybrid car. Prius, was revolutionary, featuring an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 45 city/51 highway and ultra-clean tailpipe emissions that were 90 percent less in smog-forming gases than conventional cars at the time.

By the end of 2000, following its tag line, “The Relentless Pursuit of Perfection,” Lexus edged out Mercedes Benz to become the top-selling luxury brand in the United States, a position it has held for ten years running.

May 2001 marked the incorporation of Toyota Motor Sales de Mexico, Toyota’s new sales and marketing subsidiary in Mexico. By the end of the year, Toyota had grown to become the third-best-selling automotive brand in the United States, surpassing Dodge with best-ever sales of Millions of vehicles.

In December of 2002, Toyota delivered its first two zero-emission, market-ready hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to customers in California for real-world testing. The next year, Toyota’s new, breakthrough hybrid technology, “Hybrid Synergy Drive,” debuted in the all-new 2004 Prius.

Toyota’s growth in America continued when Toyota launched Scion as its third line of vehicles. The Scion line featured three modestly priced but feature-rich vehicles brought to market by most Toyota dealers under an innovative, youth-oriented marketing program.

In 2005, Toyota continued expanding its environmentally advanced lineup with the introduction of the world’s first luxury hybrid, the Lexus RX 400h, and a hybrid option for the Toyota Highlander.

Toyota added a hybrid option to its popular Camry sedan in 2006 and began building it in the United States at its massive Kentucky plant. The company also opened up its 10th U.S. plant in San Antonio, Texas, to build pickups. In addition, the company launched the FJ Cruiser with a design that harkens to the early years of the rugged Land Cruiser, the only vehicle Toyota has continuously sold throughout its entire 50-year history in America. As a result, sales surged to more than 2.5 million for the first time and Toyota established itself as the third best-selling automotive company in the United States.

Finally Toyota is ranked number one worldwide according to me.

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