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Popular Toyota RAV4 Adds New Trim For 2018

The Toyota RAV4 is so popular precisely because of its unique blend of price, efficiency, and capability. People with active lifestyles have enjoyed the Toyota RAV4 ever since it was originally introduced many years ago. But for the 2018 model year, Toyota has released a brand new RAV4 edition that they believe is an even better automotive match for those who enjoy the active lifestyle. Free spirits, outdoorspeople, and pet owners alike will love the new 2018 Toyota RAV4 Adventure.

 

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Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center Launches 11 Studies

Earlier this month, the Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC) reported that it's partnering with eight leading North American research institutions on 11 programs that will examine the challenges and opportunities that come with emerging vehicle technologies. These are the initial projects to be launched by CSRC Next, a new program from the Center that promotes safer transitions to future mobility.

 

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How To Get Better Fuel Economy

It doesn't matter if you have owned your vehicle for years or if it is brand new. Doesn't matter if you drive a hybrid or compact car or a large SUV, there are things everyone can do to help get better fuel economy. By following the five tips listed below you can boost your fuel economy and get the most out of every mile per gallon.

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A Few Types of Batteries to Consider

If it's time for you to change your car battery, you may want to try a different type. You can choose from a vast assortment of battery types for your car. One type of battery that you may be interested in is the lithium ion option. The benefit of using a lithium ion battery in your car is that you are guaranteed that it will have a long life. The problem is that it may be as expensive as a car is. The lead acid batteries are the most common ones. You can find them in a majority of…
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Look for Tire "Clues!"

Not sure how much air to put into your tires to achieve proper air pressure? You can check the decal on the inside of the driver's side doorjamb, or in the glove box. It's best not to go by the tire pressure specified on the side of your tires, because it may not be the right amount to give you the best performance for your vehicle. You should also check your tires after they have been sitting for at least three hours, or when they're "cold." This will give you the most accurate results. Don't just…

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