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Highlights from Toyota Jamaica's launch of a new Prado at Devon House on Thursday November 5, 2009.

Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Toyota Jamaica Managing Director John Connell (left) jokes with Junior Roman at the launch of the new Prado.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Nice to see competitors not at each other's throats (unlike our DJs). Here Stewart Motors' Richard (left) and Diana Stewart (second left) get a share of the limelight with Toyota Jamaica boss John Connell and his wife Ren at the launch of the new Land Cruiser Prado at Devon House on Thursday.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
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Japanese Ambassador Hiroshi Yamaguchi (left) searches for one of his cards to give to Toyota Jamaica Managing Director John Connell at the new Prado launch. Looking on is Yoko Yamaguchi, wife of the ambassador.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Toyota Jamaica's Tracy-Ann Fletcher (right) chats with Rosemary Lee-Yap (left) and violinist Jessica Yap.

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 launches new Prado.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
House Speaker Delroy Chuck (right) admits to Toyota Jamaica Managing Director John Connell that he is a Prado fan and came to see the new one.

 launches new Prado.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Former National Security Minister Derrick Smith (left) has an ear for Toyota Jamaica Managing Director John Connell.

launches new Prado.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Toyota Jamaica launches new Prado.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
And voila! The new Land Cruiser Prado is unveiled to the oohs and aahs at Devon House on Thursday.


Toyota Jamaica launches new Prado.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Guests swarm the new Toyota Land Cruiser Prado at their unveiling at Devon House on Thursday.

Jamaica launches new Prado.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Toyota Jamaica launches new Prado.
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