Three row crossovers are on the menu here at AutoGuide.com this week and we’re testing a whopping eight of them in succession. Which one will emerge as the best? You’ll find out soon enough!
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.
The proportion of hybrid vehicles on the road globally will reach 20 percent “soon” according to Toyota chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada.
The joint sports car project between BMW and Toyota is rumored to make its debut in 2017.
Despite reports of unsatisfactory sales, Tetsuya Tada, lead engineer of the Scion FR-S, Toyota GT 86 and Subaru BRZ took to Facebook to tease new updates to the rear-wheel drive sports-car.
The next-generation Toyota Yaris will not only be built by Mazda, it will feature one of the brand’s SkyActiv engines.
Whether they come in the form of a subcompact hatchback or a full-sized pickup, hybrids are some of the most technically advanced vehicles on the road today. Blending the best of internal combustion and electric propulsion these cars and trucks can save drivers major dollars at the filling station thanks to their Star Wars-grade technology…
This week’s AutoGuide‘s most watched videos saw our Ford Mustang Boss 302 vs. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution comparison video eclipse one-million views! In addition, diesel shoppers are curious to see how the Audi A6 TDI stacks up against the BMW 535d while off-roaders are interested in Toyota’s TRD Pro offering. Watch the videos below and subscribe to…
Given how popular the Scion FR-S is with the automotive media, including ourselves, it might come as a surprise that sales of the sports car aren’t exactly impressive.
Toyota is reportedly considering adding a subcompact SUV model to its lineup, a vehicle that would slot under the current RAV4.
The Toyota Prius family was the most popular vehicle line in the state of California for the second year in a row.
Toyota is discounting the 2014 4Runner to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
Toyota has announced a new recall that involves 261,114 Lexus and Toyota vehicles over problems with various braking safety systems that can become inoperative.
Toyota is beginning verification testing of its wireless charging system for its plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles.
Toyota is recalling a total of about 1.9 million Prius hybrids worldwide due to a software glitch that can cause the cars to shutdown unexpectedly.
Tesla sales are booming and a portion of it comes courtesy of previous Toyota owners.
The next-generation Toyota Tundra will receive a version of the same Cummins diesel powerplant as the next Nissan Titan pickup.
The Toyota GT86 TRD Griffon concept has managed a lap around Japan’s Tsukuba circuit in just 00:58.407, beating out high-horsepower cars like the Ferrari 458 and Lamborghini Gallardo.
Toyota might reach a deal soon with the U.S. Department of Justice that would close a criminal investigation into the way it disclosed customer complaints about unintended acceleration.
Toyota said today that it plans to shutter its Australian auto manufacturing operation by 2017.
This past week, AutoGuide headed to the 2014 Chicago Auto Show to catch all the new debuts and unveilings. Topping the list of this week’s most watched videos is our first look at the 2015 Lincoln Navigator, while the 2015 Subaru Legacy and the new Toyota TRD Pro off-roaders garnered plenty of attention as well. Watch…
Toyota has reportedly confirmed that the FT-1 will become the next-generation Supra.
With the introduction of a slightly tweaked arcade game from the late ’80s, Toyota is encouraging, not just truck fans to “Get Dirty” but smart phone users too.
Making its off-road machines more capable than ever Toyota unveiled its new TRD Pro series models at the Chicago Auto Show.
Toyota has singed on to become the first founding partner of the revamped Daytona International Speedway and with it an 11 year sponsorship deal.