Toyota Vehicle History Registry

VHR helps vehicle owners to track their service history, receive automatic service alerts and get critical information about open safety recalls reported for their car.


Toyota car maker is developing a driver-assist feature in 2018 for the next-generation version of its popular Prius hybrid. It will include adaptive cruise control and lane-departure warning systems. The new technology, called Supercruise, will be available on all the Prius models. It’s part of a new technology package that Toyota hopes will distinguish the Prius from other competitors in the mainstream hybrid market. 'We would hope Supercruise will be the key technology that allows us to make an impression on the mainstream hybrid market,' said Hidenobu Terashi, the technical department head for Toyota’s vehicle lineup planning group, in an interview. Supercruise is expected to include automatic emergency-braking, collision-warning alerts and lane-departure warnings, but it won’t be a system that automatically steers a car around an object. Do not forget to use Toyota VIN decoder in order to avoid potential problems when buying a used car.



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1998 Mitsubishi Rvr Silver #3297987

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1959 Jawa 250nz Red #3297988

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Placeholder2010 NISSAN X-TRAIL

2010 Nissan X-trail Silver #3297989

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2007 Holden Commodore Red #3297990

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Placeholder2007 TOYOTA WISH

2007 Toyota Wish Black #3297991

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2007 Bmw X5 Black #3297992

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2000 Bmw 520i Black #3297993

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Placeholder1999 TOYOTA HILUX

1999 Toyota Hilux Red #3297994

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2004 Mazda Axela White #3297996

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Placeholder1997 NISSAN PULSAR

1997 Nissan Pulsar Blue #3297997

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Placeholder2004 VOLKSWAGEN GOLF

2004 Volkswagen Golf Silver #3297998

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Placeholder2007 MAZDA BT-50

2007 Mazda Bt-50 Blue #3297999

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