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Toyota Leads Consumer Reports’ Best Value Awards


Toyota leads Consumer Reports’ 2012 list of vehicles which are expected to hold their original resale value. Each year the Consumer Reports come up with a list including all vehicles it expects to be the best and worst at holding their original resale value. This year’s list is dominated by the Toyota Prius, while the last place is held by the ...
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Toyota Leads Consumer Reports’ Best Value Awards
Toyota leads Consumer Reports’ 2012 list of vehicles which are expected to hold their original resale value. Each year the Consumer Reports come up with a list including all vehicles it ...

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