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Recent Toyota part requests

  • Model Year Part Time
  • RAV-4 1999 REAR BRAKE COMPESATOR 23:15
  • RAV-4 1999 REAR BRAKE COMPESATOR 23:13
  • STARLET 1.3 1996 CRANKSHAFT PULLEY 23:10
  • YARIS T3 VVT-I 2004 GEAR LINKAGE 23:09
  • YARIS T3 VVT-I 2006 STARTER MOTOR 22:56
  • YARIS T2 VVT-I 2003 BUMPER (FRONT) 22:52
  • GRANVIA 1996 AIR CONDITIONING PIPES 22:32
  • YARIS VVT-I EXCEL 2015 FULL FRONT END 21:46
  • HI-LUX 4X4 D-4D D/C 2009 TURBO CONTROL MODULE 21:36
  • CARINA 1990 WING (DRIVER SIDE) 20:35
  • AVENSIS GLS VVT-I 2001 ECU (ENGINE) 19:37
  • PRIUS 1958 EXHAUST BACK BOX 19:36
  • HI-LUX SURF 1992 PROPSHAFT (REAR) 19:33
  • RAV-4 XT-R D-4D 2005 CLUTCH 19:18
  • AYGO BLACK VVT-I 2009 BUMPER (REAR) 18:39
  • YARIS GS D-4D 2002 THROTTLE BODY 17:55

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Toyota Info

Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki-gaisha today is known simply as 'Toyota' and is the largest car manufacturer in the world. It was founded in 1933 as a division of The Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Kiichiro Toyoda who was the son of founder, Toyota, decided he wanted to change direction and started to build cars. He therefore went to Europe in order to learn about gas-powered engines. The Government at that time welcomed this decision, mainly as this would save the country an awful lot of money but also because they needed vehicles for the war with China.

The first engine that the Toyota Motor Company created was the Type A which was placed in the G1 truck and Model A1 passenger car.

During WWII, Toyota kept their commitment to make trucks and their factories in Aichi thankfully were mot bombed.

Once the war was over they resumed making cars, however their greatest success at the time was in the making of buses and trucks. They did though continue to make cars and in 1947 they unveiled the Model SA, or better known as the Toyopet.

Their next car, the Model SF was more successful and was eve made as a taxi; however the engine size remained the same as the Model SA, both had a 27 horsepower engine. The next model, the RH, had a more powerful engine of 48 HP and following this, production of cars increased. 8400 cars were made from 1955. That same year they also added a Land Cruiser, that was very much like a Jeep and the Crown which was a luxury sedan.

Now that they had produced successful models Toyota wanted to expand further and approach the international markets. Their first international dealership was in 1957 with America and following this they forged links with Brazil where they opened their first plant there in 1959. One of their marketing strategies was that they produced unique models specific to each country and saw once again huge success.

Toyota finally broke into America in the 1970s as the rise in gas prices forced local car manufacturers to make smaller cars which played to Toyota's advantage as they had already made many small fuel-efficient models that were of much better quality than the new cars that were being made. The Toyota Corolla soon became America's most favoured smallest and fuel efficient car.

However despite this success Toyota still had difficulty in accessing the luxury car market and both the Crown and the Cressida did not sell that well. In the 1980s, all luxury cars in America were having difficulty being sold, not just those from Toyota. This was when Toyota had the idea to form the company, Lexus, which would sell only luxury cars.

In the early 1990s, Toyota vehicles became known worldwide in terms of their reliability and low maintenance costs and this made them increasingly popular. Within this decade they launched the MR2 model and the Celica.

At present Toyota have gained much success with their hybrid model the Toyota Prius and are in production of their new car which will be an electric 'plug in' car known as the Toyota Plug-in HV. This will run on electricity powered by a battery pack.

Our breakers have quoted on 5197 Toyota parts in the last 30 days. Popular requests during that time have been for replacement bumper (front), bumper (rear), door (front driver side), door mirror / wing mirror (driver side electric) and engine (petrol complete). Quotes have ranged from £14.12 for a Toyota Yaris T3 Vvt-i starter motor to £1895.00 for a Toyota Corolla Verso T Spirit Vvt-i engine. There are currently 1535219 Toyotas left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Toyota in 2017 were bumper (front), bumper (rear), door mirror / wing mirror (driver side electric), parcel shelfs and door mirror / wing mirror (passenger side electric).

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