Taxi operators love story with the Hiace ending?

Rubric: Toyota Grand | 8 Мар 2015 | no comments yet »
Taxi operators love story with the Hiace ending?

Taxi operators love story with the Hiace ending? Sunday, 09 September 2012 16:40 By Sarah Namulondo Fourth generation (1989–2004) The most common models from this generation are the earlier 1990s Hiace Regius, the Grand Hiace, and the Touring Hiace. New models fail to match the Toyota Hiace minibus versatility Since it hit Uganda’s roads in the late 1980s, the Toyota Hiace’s various minibus variants have been the most ubiquitous mode of passenger public transport in Kampala city, and indeed the whole of Uganda. That reign could be nearing its end if major importers of the vehicle and leading taxi fleet operators are to be believed. Samuel Babuloosa, an official of the Uganda Taxi Operators ...

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Toyota Review | Gumtree Australia Free Local Classifieds

Rubric: Toyota Grand | 2 Мар 2015 | no comments yet »
Toyota Review | Gumtree Australia Free Local Classifieds

Cons Plain styling Underpowered small engines Toyota’s History The Toyota Motor Corporation was established in 1937 by Kiichiro Toyoda and began developing its operations here in 1958. The first vehicles to roll off the Toyota production lines were the A1 car and the G1 truck in 1935. The public didn’t have much appetite for the A1 but the commercial G1 took off. These initial vehicles were prone to breaking down, and Toyota would often send out the designers and engineers to repair them. This was a way of discovering the problems and maintaining customer confidence. Although the company was known as Toyoda to start with, in 1937 it was changed to Toyota as it sounded better and ...

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Wellhouse Toyota Grand Hiace — motorhome review | Motorhome Reviews

Rubric: Toyota Grand | 23 Янв 2015 | no comments yet »
Wellhouse Toyota Grand Hiace — motorhome review | Motorhome Reviews

Detailed Review AFTER the distinctly underwhelming driving experience of the 2.5-litre diesel Toyota (converted by GP Campervan) that we tested last month, you might expect more of the same with this Toyota camper from Wellhouse Leisure. But Wellhouse are adamant that this 3.4-litre V6 petrol model is a joy to drive, despite being a bit thirsty. And an LPG conversion is fitted as standard to reduce running costs. Despite the less efficient gas fuel increasing the consumption to a measly 20mpg (instead of a claimed 26mpg on unleaded), the ‘half price’ fuel makes a big petrol engine a practical proposition, with Wellhouse claiming fuel costs similar to a diesel-engined camper achieving ...

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