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Among the top three Japanese car companies, only Toyota did not intentionally rush towards the end of the year. This will leave more foreshadows for the upstream in 2019. According to Daily Automobile, Toyota's retail sales in China in December 2018 were 123,300, up 14.7% from 107,500 in December 2017. Toyota's retail sales in China totaled 1,474,500 units in 2018, compared with 1,290,000 units in 2017, an increase of 14.3% last year, which is the sixth consecutive year that Toyota's sales in China have increased year-on-year. Compared with Nissan and Honda, the other two giants in Japanese auto companies, Toyota showed a double connotation last month: not only were it less than 176,191 Nissan cars in absolute terms of sales, but it was far from 191,907 Honda cars. In terms of year-on-year growth, Nissan fell 4.4%, Honda surged 33.8%, and Toyota's 14.7% was in the middle. As a auto parts supplier, Chongqing Feilong Jiangli will keep up-to-date information on new information and new energy industries.
Seeking Opportunities in Cooperation Suzuki and Toyota Deepen Business Alliance in India According to LiveMint, Suzuki Motor Corp., parent company of Toyota Motor Co. and Maruti Suzuki India Ltd., is deepening business cooperation in all areas except equity alliances and competing in the changing car market. Since Suzuki and Toyota first announced their cooperation in the fields of green energy, security, information technology and mutual supply of products and components, the negotiations between the two sides have lasted for two years. Suzuki's Indian subsidiary, Maluti Suzuki, is the largest local automaker, while Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd. ranks sixth in India. Further cooperation between Toyota and Suzuki may help Maluti consolidate its position as a leading automaker in India. Toyota has noticed that Suzuki's production process is simpler and more efficient than the company's inherent "Toyota Way", especially in a cost-sensitive market like India, where the "Toyota Way" is more organized, but more complex and time-consuming because it is based on the "Kaizen concept".
I recently purchased a 2017 Rav 4 LE and it came with the standard rear view mirror so, I purchased a Gentex Autodimming mirror with Homelink and compass. It works great except for the fact that the chassis of the mirror is thicker and it bumps against the plastic housing for the radar on the windshield, preventing me from angling the mirror correctly. So, I have to ride around with the plastic radar housing removed. What I need is a swivel neck extension for the mirror (to bring it out, away from the windshield a bit more) but for the life of me, I cant find any on the internet. Can ANYONE provide any links or point me in the right direction? I have attached a generic picture that points to the piece i need to extend or get an extender for, or even replace for a longer piece. Thanks