It’s not just Amazon that’s offering regional cars in the U.K., as other carmakers are also adding them to their fleets.
In June, Honda announced it would bring its Sonata SUV to the U, and Ford is planning to introduce the Lincoln Navigator in the UK.
In the U: The Toyota Tacoma and Honda CR-V are the first two regional vehicles to be sold in the United States.
The Toyota Corolla and Toyota Camry are available for purchase in the States.
The Hyundai Elantra and Honda Odyssey will be the second and third regional cars sold in 2018 in the USA.
Ford announced it will be bringing the Ford Focus to the US in 2019.
At least one major automaker has already announced it’s making a regional car: Ford has confirmed plans to build the Ford Escape in the US, but it will not be a regional version of the Escape.
Even though the Ford Ranger is the only regional model currently available for sale in the country, Ford has also confirmed plans for a regional crossover SUV, the F-150, which will go into production in 2019 in the Twin Cities.
Toyota is also planning to add the Scion xC to its lineup in 2019, but this is the first time the Japanese carmaker will be selling a regional model in the Americas.
GM has also announced plans to make the Chevrolet Bolt available to U of T students in the fall of 2019.
GM also announced that it would be adding the Chevrolet Volt to its 2019 lineup.
Tesla will be offering a regional Chevrolet Bolt to students in 2019 on the campus of the University of Toronto.
There are also several other major automakers that are planning to sell regional models in the 2020s.
Hyundai, Honda, and Toyota will all offer vehicles in 2019 and 2020, respectively.
While there are several major automakers already selling regional models for the U., it’s likely that other manufacturers will add them to the market in the years to come.
For more information on local car sales, check out this USA Today article.
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