The trucks just keep coming and coming from Toyota Motor Corp. At the New York auto show last week, the Japan-based automaker took the wraps off of two car-based sport/utility vehicles (SUVs), the second generation '01 RAV4 compact SUV and the all-new Highlander midsize SUV. With the earlier addition of the Tundra full-size pickup and Sequoia full-size SUV, Toyota now boasts a light truck lineup as impressive as any of its U.S.-based competitors. The Highlander is loosely based on the ...
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