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Toyota to assemble Lexus in Canada: Trudeau

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Ha Ha! Abe plays golf with Trump and they didn't have anything to show for it except that Trump demanded more Japanese vehicles be made in the U.S. Just north of the border however, a few days later, a formal announcement is made that Toyota will be assembling two models beginning in 2022. The art of the deal; cost sharing to initiate the project, "Ottawa also pitched in Can$110 million." Maybe Trump should read Tony Schwartz' book, "The Art of the Deal."

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When these plants are open, Trump either won't be president anymore, or won't have much time left in the office, and US-Canada trade relation will back to normal therefore the cars made there won't be tariffed.

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Cambridge, Ontario is my home town... and my Uncle lived in 'nearby Woodstock'!

Cambridge is now famous for Toyota, new resident Justin Bieber, and me!

Thanks, Toyota, good decision.

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Interesting, my new battery for my 2006 Gen2 Prius mentioned recycling to there, becoming quite the centre for hybrids outside of Japan.

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Ha Ha! Abe plays golf with Trump and they didn't have anything to show for it except that Trump demanded more Japanese vehicles be made in the U.S. 

What, Toyota's not allowed to build cars in other countries? Admit it - if Toyota had announced they'll build the Lexus in the U.S. you'd be complaining that Abe is Trump's puppet.

This latest Lexus may have good performance but it's downright hideous.

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When Toyota will change this Lexus face?

All Lexus are same Bumper design. I'm sick of seeing this Lexus bumper design.

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