Toyota Dream Build Challenge Cars Don't Disappoint: 2012 SEMA Show

Extensively previewed prior to their 2012 SEMA Show debut, the Toyota Celebrity Dream Build Challenge vehicles did not disappoint on the floor in Las Vegas.

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Toyota Camry Certain to Retain Title of Best Selling Car in America

For the 11th straight year, Toyota is confident that its Camry model will take home the coveted title of America’s best-selling car.

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Wild Toyota SEMA Cars Include Sequoia Drag Racer, Widebody Camry

Back in August, Toyota revealed its Celebrity Dream Build Challenge with NASCAR drivers Clint Bowyer and Kyle Busch, and NHRA racers Antron Brown and Alexis DeJoria building custom Toyota projects for the 2012 SEMA Show.

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Toyota Recalls 7.4 Million Cars Worldwide

Toyota has announced a major recall to replace the driver’s side power window master switch, affecting 7.4 million cars globally, including 2.5 million in the United States.

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Ford Fusion Sales Growth Expected, Still far from Camry

When the 2013 Ford Fusion was first introduced, the American automaker stressed that it’d focus on quality first and sales records second. But Ford’s not fooling anyone into believing that it doesn’t have its sights set on toppling the elusive Toyota Camry for the top sales position.

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Toyota Racing Dream Build Challenge Kicks Off – Videos

Back in late August, Toyota announced its custom vehicle build-off featuring four of its drivers: Kyle Busch, Clint Bowyer, Antron Brown, and Alexis Dejoria. Each driver has now selected their Toyota vehicle and the shop at which it’ll be built, and the customization has begun. 

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Toyota Racing Launches Celebrity Dream Build Competition

Toyota’s racing division (TRD) is hosting a custom vehicle build-off to raise money for charity.

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Toyota Camry SE Sport Limited Edition Model Released

Toyota has just announced a new limited production model of the four-cylinder, Camry SE, that offers some legitimate sporting upgrades from the base model.

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Toyota to Focus on Turbocharging, Diesel May Come to US

Big changes in the traditional Toyota engine lineup may be one the way soon in the form of turbocharging and possibly even diesel engines in the American market.

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Feature: GM's EAssist Hybrid Bet Doesn't Pay Off

Currently available on three models, GM’s eAssist technology is a product and packaging gamble the automaker has made that does not appear to be paying off. While the first two Buick models to receive the mild-hybrid system received modest praise, the new Chevy Malibu Eco has drawn so much criticism it was recently named “the most disliked vehicle of 2012” according to Fortune magazine.

The impact of that title, not to mention all the bad press that’s led up to it, can’t be understated. The reputation, and sales, of an entire lifecycle of Malibu models (the Malibu being one of GM’s largest volume products) is hanging in the balance.

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Toyota Camry Wins at Michigan 250: Joey Logano Driving

Joey Logano, 22, took first place this weekend on the newly resurfaced track at Michigan International Speedway.

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Top 10 Most Reliable Family Cars

Sometimes it’s pretty difficult to determine what makes a vehicle reliable. But one sound way is to look back and see how much the average repair cost was for a vehicle over three to five years, and seeing which ones suffered the least breakdowns.

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Toyota CEO Takes NASCAR Camry for a Spin – Video

There’s much to be said about an automaker’s CEO that is seen more often in a race suit than a business suit.

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2013 NASCAR Toyota Camry Unveiled

Similar to the NASCAR Dodge Charger and Ford Fusion that were revealed earlier this year, Toyota’s newest entry to NASCAR looks to more closely resemble its production model.

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Toyota Increases Pricing on Select Models

Toyota Motor Sales has announced MSRP increases for select Toyota and Scion models with the price jumps ranging from $150 to $270 from its previous model year to its current one.

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