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It's substantially lower in the back than the front, which does imply batteries.
What part of Europe are stats for? Out of my head, Corolla/Auris sold 120k last year and RAV4 did around 90k. Yaris more than 200k.I think Rav4 is doing really great in Europe. To support my theory I present some stats: Toyota has sold 2653 Corollas in just 3 months (+130% compared to Auris sales in 2018) and easly took over no.1 spot from Qashqai. In July by itself Corolla held 7% market share. On the other hand Rav4 has sold 1178 (+100%) so far but I thought it is quite low for vehicle so good. I looked up and Rav4 has waiting list of one year! Toyota underestimated heavily demand in Europe.
Also for extra: Harrier got Stylenoir special edition model in Japan. I think model change is imminent for her and Lexus counterpart NX.
Sorry forgot to write Finland. I don't know if Corolla is comparable with rest of WEurope but Rav4 is.What part of Europe are stats for? Out of my head, Corolla/Auris sold 120k last year and RAV4 did around 90k. Yaris more than 200k.
I might be downplaying it, might be more
yeah, they are both experiencing large sale gains in EU, but keep in mind they sold well last year too:Sorry forgot to write Finland. I don't know if Corolla is comparable with rest of WEurope but Rav4 is.
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