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    • In Japan, Toyota dealerships are grouped into separate brands that cater to different demographics.Toyota-Wikipedia
    • Both models are sold via separate distribution channels, with the Alphard sold by Toyota's Toyopet dealership chain, while the Vellfire is sold at Toyota's youth oriented NETZ Store dealership chain.Toyota Alphard-Wikipedia

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