Vehicle Overview Toyota’s RAV4 compact crossover entered its third generation on the market for the 2006 model year. Having grown in size, two features previously not found on the RAV4 were added: a V6 engine option and a third row of seating.
The Japanese car company Toyota is known for being one of the largest car companies in the world. Although here in North America, they’re stereotyped as being boring, family friendly cars. Toyota made a huge splash by bringing the Prius Hybrid vehicle to the consumer market. The Prius has quickly become an instantly recognizable vehicle that reached celebrity status. Toyota now has a few Hybrids available, and seem to be leading the way for alternate, green fuel.
Toyota has pulled the wraps off the 2015 Yaris, revealing new style both inside and out along with a small price increase.
Toyota has improved its Sienna minivan bumper to bumper for the 2015 model year.
The refreshed Toyota Sienna will debut this Thursday.
Although records on the Nürburgring tend to always be about speed and horsepower, Toyota has taken to the famous German race track to set a new record.
Toyota is pushing to lead the fuel economy race with an all-new new engine family, and the Camry will be the first non-hybrid car to reap the benefits.
Toyota has focused much of its time and energy into hybrid powertrains, but now the Japanese automaker will pour its R&D money into its base engines in an effort to make them cheaper to produce and more efficient to run.
When the next generation Toyota Prius shows up, it will be sporting a two different battery options and may even send power to all four wheels.
Trouble-Free Commuting Vehicle Overview In 2009 a new Corolla went on sale in North America. Not entirely “new,” the 10th generation Corolla feature carried over mechanics on a newly style body and interior. A staple in the compact car market, Toyota kept to the winning formula of offering a basic car with high reliability and…
Toyota is requesting an exemption from a rule in order to sell its new Fuel Cell Vehicle.
The new, more efficient Toyota Prius is being held back from production because the company isn’t happy with its improvements in fuel economy yet.
This week’s most watched videos from AutoGuide.com‘s YouTube channel represent a variety of reviews. In the luxury sedan segment is our Mercedes-Benz S550 review while our video bidding farewell to the Toyota FJ Cruiser with the Trail Teams Ultimate Edition also garnered plenty of attention. Lastly, we had the opportunity to review the all-new Porsche Macan crossover….
Toyota is no longer perceived as the most environmentally conscious automaker in the world.
When these spy photos hit our inbox, we were skeptical right away.
Toyota has moved one step further to launching what it hopes is the next big revolution in the auto industry, revealing the production version of its new Fuel Cell Vehicle.
Crossovers and SUVs aren’t just rising in popularity with consumers – thieves are noticing them as well.
Don’t expect a performance sub brand from Toyota or Lexus anytime soon.
We have a wild mix of cars this week, some with two turbos, some with superchargers and some with very little power. Here’s what we’re driving this week.
Toyota has made history at this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours race.
In the market for a crossover or SUV to shuttle your family around town?
NHTSA has officially reopened an investigation into airbag defects that could lead to even more recalls.
For the second time, Toyota is calling back vehicles in the United States over airbag issues that went unfixed during a previous recall.
At the rate BMW is going launching new models, it might run out of letters and numbers soon.
One of the world’s largest automakers is planning for the future, looking into new technology to takes cars further.