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      List of Toyota engines
      List of Toyota manufacturing facilities
      List of Toyota transmissions
      List of Toyota vehicles
      Nagoya Grampus, formerly the company's football (soccer) club and still sponsored by
       them
      Toyota Verblitz, the company's rugby team
      Toyota War, a conflict between Libya and Chad which saw a heavy use of Toyota's
       pickup trucks.

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     Toyota up close Sales figures of Toyota.
     Toyota becomes 3rd ranked US automaker behind GM and Ford Bloomberg Report.
     Consumer Reports reverses practice of automatically recommending all new Toyota cars
      and trucks[dead link], Oct 16, 2007 ("Consumer Reports will no longer recommend any new
      or redesigned Toyota-built models without reliability data on a specific design," the
      publication said in a statement. "Previously, new and redesigned models were
      recommended because of the automaker's excellent track record.")
     Toyota Struggles to Meet Hybrid, Small Car Demand
     Toyota 2011 sales and production

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