Test drive: Seven-seater Toyota Highlander hybrid aims to be a family favourite
Good road handling along with flexible access and spacious back room make the Toyota‘s new hybrid a car eminently suitable for family living
Although Toyota was pipped by Volkswagen to the number one spot for new car sales in 2020, the Japanese brand is the only one to have three models in the top ten. What’s more, over 85 per cent of its registrations last year were of hybrid cars, led by the Corolla and C-HR. Irish buyers, it would appear are very open to hybrid technology making it a perfect time for the brand to expand its...
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