The second generation Toyota fielder is a five seater station wagon designed with classic design to meet the needs of people who value station wagons over saloon car.The car is manufactured by Japanese automobile company Toyota .The production started in 2004 as a predecessor of the Toyota corona.The Toyota Corolla Fielder is the station wagon version of Toyota’s best selling name plate. It features the same outstanding reliability of the traditional Corolla with the versatility of a wagon.This Toyota fielder is commonly known by the differential feature of lights on the boot.
The main reason why the car has acquired the name "mataa kwa boot" because of the stylish design .The model is one of the durable Toyota with excellence performance,fuel efficient and affordable maintanance cost.The fuel consumption of toyota fielder is 8 kilometers per liter.The model cones in two model the automatic and manual transmission with front engine front drive and front engine four wheel drive.
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