BANGKOK – Toyota’s fourth-generation Vios soaked up much of the limelight at the 34th Bangkok International Motor Show last week, an indicator of its unquestioned role in the growth of the local auto industry. Since its launch 15 years ago, 656,811 of the small cars have been sold in Thailand, with another 186,761 units exported, mostly to Association of Southeast Asia Nations markets. The new Vios marks a conservative evolution of a successful product. “Excellent ...
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