2009 Toyota Venza

2009 Toyota Venza
2009 Toyota Venza - New Toyota Crossover SUV Review - Automobile Magazine
The Venza is a (mostly) carlike, (not too) small (high-utility) passenger vehicle. It’s based on the Camry platform, with which it shares some specifications, and has a high level of standard equipment.

Crossbreed a Saint Bernard, a Labrador Retriever, and a Poodle, and you just might get a dog that works hard, loves everyone, and wins shows.

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GM GlobalSpec “Great Moments in Engineering” Award – Green Innovators Honored

GM GlobalSpec “Great Moments in Engineering” Award – Green Innovators Honored
GM GlobalSpec "Great Moments in Engineering" Award - Fuel Efficient News, Car Features and Reviews - Automobile Magazine
Although the concept of the catalyst existed prior to 1973, getting them to work in the harsh automotive environment was a genuine breakthrough.

You’ve got to be pretty old to remember when new cars didn’t have catalytic converters. Whether you know it or not, these now-ubiquitous devices occupy a frontal position in the assault against dirty car emissions. But being green wasn’t popular in the early 1970s. The automotive enthusiast community saw government emissions regulations and catalytic converters as the enemy of performance and horsepower.

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