Toyota to Build New Hybrid RAV4 in Ontario

Japanese car manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation has announced that it will build a new hybrid RAV4 at a factory in Ontario starting from early next year, Automotive News Canada reported on March 28.

Currently all hybrid models are being built in Japan, while conventional RAV4s are built at an assembly plant in Woodstock, Ontario, or Japan. Although Toyota Canada is retooling the North Plant in Cambridge, Ontario to also build the RAV4, the automaker has not yet confirmed which Ontario plant will build the hybrid.

Toyota’s best-selling vehicle in Canada is the RAV4 compact SUV, with 2017 sales having exceeded 50,000 units nationwide.

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