Articles about Toyota Alphard

The ultimate in family transport
The one-sentence review for the V-Class: It's the Mercedes-Benz of vans. It transposes everything we like about the German brand's cars into a vehicle that can carry up to eight passengers and their luggage.It offers convenience
We like her taste
Pia Wurtzbach is once again drawing attention from the car community. This time, you might be glad to know that this has nothing to do with Marlon Stockinger.Apparently, she's been driving around in an "old pre-loved car" for years.
This tuning company just did
The reality is that hybrids and vans are two types of vehicles often referred to as boring. They're practical means of transport whose sole purpose in life is to get people to and from their destination as efficiently as possible.The
The only thing better is a private jet
There are all sorts of reasons not to consider the Toyota Alphard, the expensive, gas-guzzling behemoth in the Japanese carmaker's lineup. Despite its hulking size, it only seats seven. The humongous grille draws too much attention. And that price is
Without compromising on space
A few months ago, I wrote raved about the Toyota Alphard, a not-so-minivan for millionaires who like to live large while retaining some sense of discretion. I particularly gushed over those captain's seats, wrapped in plush leather, decked out
It's practically a Lexus
It has been said that discretion is the better part of valor. Well, in my dealings with successful (and classy) people, I have come across a common behavioral pattern when it comes to enjoying their wealth: they rarely flaunt it. Oh sure,
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