Hello and welcome, everybody! As you all know Toyota is an automobile giant, and, one of the most influential companies in the world. For about a century, the Japanese have been making perfectly strategic and logistic moves on the market, conquering region after region. First it was hometown, then the Asian sector, and after that – Europe and The United States. And pretty much ALL Toyota cars have been a success – whether a huge one, or just a mild one.
So, as you can see, it’s obvious, that Toyota’s amazing success in almost every segment is not a coincidence, or just a good run of luck; we’re talking about 100 years, guys, so, if it was just pure luck, they would’ve run short of it right about now, don’t you think? Yep, that’s not the case here, so, it gotta be the right decisions!
The Asian Sadhu
Alright, so, you’ve heard about the Japanese wisdom – all that “Path Of The Warrior”, “Sword Of Destiny”, and other mystic stuff from the old movies, where the actors have really funny accents. I used to think that was all just a stereotype of sorts, you know, like the popular beliefs, that the Americans are really stupid, and the Russians drink Vodka all the time. And while there must be some truth to those claims, nobody really pays attention to them. But, the amazing and cunning plan of the Japanese helped them to become the biggest and wealthiest automobile manufacturer of our time. Now, that’s gotta make people change their minds about things, and get back to superstition!
All Toyota Cars – The American Methods
Ok, so, if you take your time and learn a bit about Toyota’s history, then you’ll see, that the great achievements are all part of the big, thorough strategy – almost like in a true American way, you know? All Toyota cars have their roles and their target zones, so to speak. We got Camry for the family segment – I’m talking safety, durability, a great interior and a spacey cargo, and an affordable price. Second, we got Tacoma – the Mid-Size-Truck from Toyota; big respect, big fan base, and big money – yep, everything big about this one. Next, we got the Prius – that little funny car that led everybody around to believe it’s just a tiny brand, with a tiny market, only to score HUGELY over the last 10-15 years. More about Toyota you can surely find in Wiki.
All Good In The Dojo
Now, that’s what I’m talking about, folks – tremendous determination to the customers, huge reputation, a wise approach, and that Japanese magic, of course. Plus, a massive stroke of luck. And that’s not all Toyota cars! I mean, everybody knows Toyota’s Corolla and Avalon (really successful brands – Corolla is one of the best-selling sedans in America), Helix and Tundra (had it kinda rough these past few years, but they both are ready to kick back like you wouldn’t believe), and 4Runner (one of the most esteemed SUVs in the market).
So, that’s the way Toyota does business: meticulous study of the market, the people, and superb means of delivering the best of the best – in price, in comfort, and in stability. Can’t really argue with that, now can we?
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