Toyota Motor Corp. makes a motion to the bench on behalf of consumers who want to have their cake and eat it, too. Exhibit A: the ’06 Lexus RX 400h hybrid cross/utility vehicle. Exhibit B: the ’06 Toyota Highlander Hybrid. Together they present the case it is possible to offer utility, comfort and power in a comfortable, guilt-free package. For the record, the RX 400h is the first luxury hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) on the market, and the Highlander is the first 7-passenger HEV. Both ...

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