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0:00 Ephemerals - You'll Never See Me Cry (Ambassadeurs Remix)

1:20 Slow Meadow - Hananel's Recovery

2:20 Owen – Places to Go

4:10 Endhel – Beginning

5:00 myk. - Dye Works

6:00 Grifta – Dawn

7:18 Pacific Coliseum - Ocean City

8:13 Mike Newman - I Don't Wanna (Original Mix)

9:49 3rd Core - Mindless And Broken (MJ Cole Mix)

10:42 Need a Name - Road to Berlin

12:42 Wild Nothing – Shadow

13:10 Burn Water - Hide

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    • Virginia Kingsford
      Virginia Kingsford

      I had a 1999 Toyota corolla. I was in a car seat in this car. I drove it up to 2015, when I started having transmission problems. It hadn't died yet but it was at 350k miles when I decided to trade it in. Most expensive repairs I had in the 3 years I owned it (I bought it from my dad) was a $12 part. I now have a 2014 toyota corrola with almost 100k miles that I love and is almost paid off. I would live to have a 2020 corrola hybrid but I promised I wouldn't get a new car until this one dies. The way its looking it will probably be another 10 years. That's fine it will just give Toyota time to put heated seats in the hybrid.

      about 1 hour ago
    • O S
      O S

      Made in Japan = Quality and reliability. And no other Japanese company symbolises that more than Toyota.

      about 2 days ago
    • toyoscio
      toyoscio In reply to O S


      about 3 hours ago
    • leon fernan
      leon fernan

      a small advice, if by chance permits, visit the toyota museum for a good history of the company and great vintage cars

      about 3 days ago
    • Mostafa Elsayed
      Mostafa Elsayed

      Toyota we have from you a lot

      about 4 days ago
    • Robert Miller
      Robert Miller

      They have brought their Market Share with the help of Japanese Banks!

      about 7 days ago
    • Cian MarshHD
      Cian MarshHD

      About 5 foot 9

      about 8 days ago
    • Giant Blob
      Giant Blob

      what film did you use when you were telling the story about how he came up with the loom to help his mother?

      about 9 days ago
    • kinmin

      Spent so much money to R&D every year but nothing impressed compare to others manufacturer, can seen now their sales drop off every year. Many money spent to advertise on social media and youtuber to promote their cars nowaday.

      about 12 days ago
    • toyoscio
      toyoscio In reply to kinmin


      about 3 hours ago
    • aurelio milaor cabal
      aurelio milaor cabal

      Unfortunately Toyota sold its shares of Tesla and put all their efforts into Hydrogen FOOL CELLS , and as of today due to a Hydrogen mishap in Northern Calif. those Hydrogen Toyota Mirai s cannot be driven as there is no "Fuel" available. FOOL CELLS indeed!

      about 12 days ago
    • Le Chat Botté
      Le Chat Botté In reply to aurelio milaor cabal

      hahaha you are very funny, because toyota isnt only investing on hydrogen but also on EV just look at the rav4 EV or the prius and prius plug in. toyota is hardly working on better battery technologies too and hydrogen is still part of the future for heavy transport industry too, in asia specially in japn they are investing in Hydrogen filing stations, even for the next olpympic games toyota is going to provide hydrogen buses and trucks for the logistic

      about 7 days ago
    • 就是JOEL也


      about 13 days ago
    • Lance Rexington
      Lance Rexington

      Buy American

      about 17 days ago
    • xtgaming mobile legends bang bang
      xtgaming mobile legends bang bang

      Toyota is the best

      But there is maby some prob

      about 18 days ago
    • Tyler Marlatt
      Tyler Marlatt

      2004 Toyota Camry here and forgot to change the oil for 10,000 miles once... 250k strong

      about 20 days ago
    • Tyler Ash
      Tyler Ash

      i love toyotas, such solid safe vehicles. i'm partial to the camry

      about 22 days ago
    • Bjorn Zarassi
      Bjorn Zarassi

      How Big is Nissan?

      about 22 days ago
    • Chelo Rios
      Chelo Rios

      I always loved Toyota, and now that I have knowledge about the beginning of the history and how great was the founder Mr. Toyoda and how he took care of his mom with a lot of sacrifices, I love ToyotaLexusYamaha more then ever... Toyota4Life

      about 24 days ago
    • sean callahan
      sean callahan

      Same with my first corolla. Had it for over 4 least 40k miles and never changed the oil LOL. Just topped it off occasionally.

      about 26 days ago
    • Cc Banger
      Cc Banger

      BMW is the biggest shitbox

      about 26 days ago
    • Shaun Priest
      Shaun Priest

      A baby is born every second. A Toyota is made every 37 seconds. Imagine every 37th baby born buys a car. Imagine global warming over 3 years and 7 months of seconds. How many Cars were sold during that period?

      Edit : 4 123 872 000 Co PUMPING MACHINES

      : And that's ONLY Toyota

      about 27 days ago
    • Fikri Abd Halin
      Fikri Abd Halin


      about 27 days ago
    • Shimron Netia
      Shimron Netia

      toyota sequoia

      about 27 days ago
    • kho sar
      kho sar

      Isis are also fans of Toyota 😂

      about 1 month ago
    • tinnie bui
      tinnie bui

      Truly Extraordinary!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Roselyne Wanjiru
      Roselyne Wanjiru

      Fantastic documentary, great yet simple lessons to take!

      about 1 month ago
    • Random Gaming
      Random Gaming

      I have a 1963 land cruiser fj40 that is still running great no oil burn and no smoke

      about 1 month ago
    • toyoscio
      toyoscio In reply to Random Gaming

      ..Worth a lot as well

      about 3 hours ago
    • Kiomxze

      i live near the uk manufacturing plant. It's pretty cool when you drive past it in your Auris!

      about 1 month ago
    • Simmy Yin
      Simmy Yin

      Crazy, I just finally purchased my first Toyota. I got the 2019 Camry SE 2.5L 4cyl 203hp + convenience package for $28,500. There's only 3 things that I could think of, that's missing from it being fully loaded. I don't have sun/moonroof, no navigation and it isn't a V6. But, it literally has everything else; push to start, keyless entry, lane departure warning, rear heated mirrors and blinkers, adaptive cruise control <one of my favorite features lol, lane assistant (it literally turns my steering wheel back into lane), back camera and traffic alert from left and right side and a lot more features. I got side skirts, rear trunk spoiler, door body molding spoiler, adaptive headlights and the weather carpets, trunk package. I actually get 32 miles in the city instead of the 30 as stated. It's phenomenal! I've owned; Mazda, Honda, BMW, Mercedes, Lexus etc. This one is at the top. What you get out of it, you'd expect to pay into the mid $30k and $40+. I got the Camry at 4 miles last Sunday (8/11/19). It already has 675 miles a week later and I only had to fill it up once, since I got a full tank from the dealership. lol I'm going to be the first and last owner for this vehicle. Hoping to try and get at least 150k miles before any major repairs. Well see. Going to post up videos soon on YT in a couple of weeks.

      about 1 month ago
    • Jackston YU
      Jackston YU

      The Toyota that is indestructible Too Op

      about 1 month ago
    • UTubeGlennAR

      >^. .^< I have always admired Toyota ever since 1966 n I rode in my high school buddy's family new Corola. I have owned a few all with great satisfaction. However my last was the old style Camry. Candidly, I somewhat do not like to say the following, I Now just hate the angry looking face Toyota changed to on all there corrent car's front end and our family all changed to Nissan.

      My previous car prior to switching to Toyota was Ford. However, the gray paint on my last Ford, a 1985 Mustang trunk lid and hood was falking/pealing off. When I took it back to dealer the factory representative said that Ford could not be responsible for how I wash my car. What an insult. Actually I owned a restaurant with a drive thru window. I coiuld not help notice all Fords of the same year few years arounf 85 that were gray had the same problem with their cars I noticed at the drive thru window. I mentioned this to to my dealer's factory representative but he still would not admit it was a Ford problem and insisted I washed the hood and trunk lid differently than the rest of the car and was causeing the problem. What a Stupid Company, even donny trump is a better lyer than that. I symply told the the rep and dealer "ok this will be the last Ford I ever buy. That was 29 + years ago and in 2014 I purchased a new Altama and when we switch permanently from Toyota to Nissan due the ugly mad looking grill work design now on all Toyotas............

      Now I must admit I'm beginning to hear bad stories about Nissan coporation and my Altima's CVT transmission often suddenly slows down the car when not moving the accelerator so, who know what's next. But at 70 years old now I will probably only be buying one more new car it that, (perhaps an EV?)....

      about 1 month ago
    • toyoscio
      toyoscio In reply to UTubeGlennAR

      Nissan declined when Renault took over

      about 3 hours ago
    • quietdraft

      and the fact, toyota founder or president not as a top 10 richest person in the world, they work for people

      about 1 month ago