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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.

AutoGuide Now for the Week of January 19

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AutoGuide Now for the Week of January 19
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The year is in full swing and we’ve got a full fleet of new vehicles to test. This week we have a quartet of trucks and one sleek sedan. Continue Reading...

2016 Toyota Tacoma Bows With New Powertrains in Detroit

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2016 Toyota Tacoma Bows With New Powertrains in Detroit
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Toyota is notorious for unveiling “new” vehicles that use the same engines as their predecessor. Luckily for prospective Tacoma buyers, that isn’t the case this time. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Automotive Displays of CES

Top 10 Automotive Displays of CES
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This is the first year for AutoGuide.com covering the Consumer Electronics Show. This year, as expected, automobiles had a huge presence at the show. Continue Reading...

Are Japanese Cars Really Reliable?

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Are Japanese Cars Really Reliable?
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Japanese automakers including Toyota, Lexus, Honda and Acura are often seen as makers of long-lasting, reliable cars. But do all cars from Japanese automakers feature extraordinary reliability? Continue Reading...

Are Hybrids Reliable?

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Are Hybrids Reliable?
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With essentially two powertrains under the hood and a number of additional electric components, gas-electric hybrids are without a doubt complex vehicles. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re prone to breaking down. Continue Reading...

Most Watched Videos of the Week: November 30 – December 7, 2014

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Car shoppers are taken with the Toyota Mirai, the Japanese automaker’s hydrogen fuel-cell car. Continue Reading...