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We Buy All LHD Toyota Left Hand Drives

At LHD PLC we accept many car models and the LHD Toyota is one of them, whether you are stationed in France, UK, Spain, Germany, Scotland, Italy, Portugal, and Wales, we will arrange a view and collection from the UK to you. If the Car meets our immediate needs we will purchase rite away with an upfront deposit payment for your time.

Types of LHD Toyota Cars (models)

There are many left-hand drive Toyota cars available from dealerships, auctions, wholesalers, and directly from end-users. It's usually North American spec cars that are imported from the US. New, Restored, or Salvage grades are available. We offer 2014 and 2015 Toyota Hilux diesel trucks from our Thailand office with 3000 cc throttle bodies and D-4D transmissions. Jim Autos Dubai also sells left-hand drive Toyota Hilux 2500 cc diesel and gasoline Hilux 2700 cc models. The Toyota Hilux Vigo and Toyota Hilux Intimidator are available in our Thailand office. The Toyota Hilux SR5 is available in Australia and New Zealand, and the Toyota Hilux Vigo is available in the UK.

LHD Toyota

Left hand drive LHD Toyota

Some of the most resounding models in the company's modern history include the AVALON, BELTA, CAMRY, CENTURY, COROLLA/LEVIN, ALLION, CROWN, ETIOS, MIRAI, PRIUS, VIOS/YARIS SEDAN, AGYA/WIGO, AQUA, COROLLA, ETIOS.

The independent front suspension on the left-hand drive Toyota Hilux gives it pinpoint handling and better ride comfort. You'll have a lot of range with a big fuel tank. Toyota's Hilux chassis has undergone exhaustive simulation tests that resulted in a lightweight chassis with excellent torsion rigidity for outstanding handling. Additionally, it comes with side-impact door beams, modified seatbelts, and an energy-absorbing steering column.

Origin of LHD Toyota

Toyota To Unveil Right Hand Drive Ractis In Japan. It looks like the new Ractis will be a left-hand drive, judging by the images on Toyota's Japanese online store. This version of Ractis seems a bit odd to the Americans and Europeans, but it's for the drivers in Japan, who drive on the right.

This time, Toyota didn't bother with releasing details about the new car. Instead, it put a bunch of pictures on its promo site. We found out that Toyota Ractis is a left-hand drive in Japan. But that's probably a mistake from Toyota. We're not sure what's up with this. The web team may have posted the left-handed Veso-S, which launched in Europe in late September. The Japanese have traditionally thought left-handed cars were signs of wealth.

LHD Toyota car with left hand wheel