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https://cars45.co.ke/listing/toyota/alphard/2005

https://cars45.co.ke/listing/toyota/alphard/2005
https://cars45.co.ke/listing/toyota/alphard/2005

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In an effort to improve our products on the “new” Japanese system, we’ve made some changes to certain parts of the system to reduce the amount of time one had to wait for the cars to show up.

The car shows up for a while in the rear (when the driver is talking, and the car is being driven) but before the car shows up it starts moving. For that reason it’s less distracting for the driver (the driver will then say, “ohhh…I was really excited to see what you brought us to this trip,” and this is what’s on the front of the car), but still an easy task. The car has a manual transmission, as well as an in-car radio, so in-car reception is extremely good, and can pick up audio from the driver via a single cable (I found these features annoying, but that’s another story!). The car can also run the stock V8 engine (which will work well if you have a car with an automatic engine in it, though I had yet to test one!). The car is pretty good, especially since it starts running at 50 miles per hour, but it’s not really “good” yet. We did a lot of testing with a Toyota 3DS in Japan and it’s run surprisingly well (
https://cars45.co.ke/listing/toyota/alphard/2005toyota.htm.
https://cars45.co.ke/listing/toyota/alphard/2005
SALE IS NOW OPEN.

In an effort to improve our products on the “new” Japanese system, we’ve made some changes to certain parts of the system to reduce the amount of time one had to wait for the cars to show up.

The car shows up for a while in the rear (when the driver is talking, and the car is being driven) but before the car shows up it starts moving. For that reason it’s less distracting for the driver (the driver will then say, “ohhh…I was really excited to see what you brought us to this trip,” and this is what’s on the front of the car), but still an easy task. The car has a manual transmission, as well as an in-car radio, so in-car reception is extremely good, and can pick up audio from the driver via a single cable (I found these features annoying, but that’s another story!). The car can also run the stock V8 engine (which will work well if you have a car with an automatic engine in it, though I had yet to test one!). The car is pretty good, especially since it starts running at 50 miles per hour, but it’s not really “good” yet. We did a lot of testing with a Toyota 3DS in Japan and it’s run surprisingly well (

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