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Autos archive for April 11, 2015


Toyota credits 142 new spot-welds for boosting structural rigidity, and the strengthened unibody enables more-precise suspension tuning. The difference is it makes is real; handling improves, with less body rolls in turns and other high-speed transitions, and the Sienna’s long wheelbase helps give it a big-car ride (Toyota)

Toyota Sienna: People-hauling made better

This side of a big, yellow school bus, the minivan is the most efficient and comfortable way to transport people and their possessions. Nevertheless, its stock has fallen sharply of late, victimized by the popularity of the sedan-based crossover. Doesn’t seem to matter to Toyota,...

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