Toyota Corolla Furia a Design Concept: Toyota VP

The Corolla Furia Concept hints at much more than just the next generation of the popular Toyota compact sedan says company Senior Vice President Bob Carter.

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Top 10 Best Selling Vehicles of 2012

2012 was the best-selling year for automakers since 2007, marking the third year in a row that sales have increased. So now is a great time to look back at the best-selling vehicles from last year.

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2013 Toyota Corolla Gets New Premium Package Options

Toyota’s best-selling Corolla is getting some small upgrades for 2013, including a slightly revised chrome-accented grille and a new premium package option available for LE and S trim levels. 

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Top 10 Most Important Cars of All Time

Cars have shaped the world we live in by giving mobility to the masses. Over the past century and beyond there have been plenty of revolutionary vehicles, not to mention quite a few clunkers.

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TGIF[R-S]: The Most Important Car at SEMA 2012

The FR-S fervor that was last week’s SEMA show is now starting to come down. While almost every aftermarket company featured their latest product on the Scion or Subaru coupe, I took a moment to talk to the owners of what I believe is the most important FR-S of the show.

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TGIF[R-S]: Inspired by the Best Corolla

Welcome to the latest installment of our weekly series: TGIF[R-S], where Features Editor Sami Haj-Assaad details the ownership experience of the  Scion FR-S. If you haven’t seen the latest articles, be sure to  check out the whole archive of them. 

It’s hard to believe but the Scion FR-S was inspired by a Toyota Corolla. Crazy isn’t it? How does a 2,700 lb, 200-hp rear-wheel drive sports car share anything with a boring econobox?

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Ford Falsely Claims Toyota Corolla's 'Best Seller' Title

While last week Ford claimed that the Focus was the best selling car this year to date, it is now apparent that this isn’t actually true.

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Ford Focus Set to Take Sales Crown From Toyota Corolla

Ford is gaining a lot of momentum these days. Not only has the American automaker produced  350-million vehicles, but it’s Ford Focus compact has sold more this year than its closest competitor, the Toyota Corolla.

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2014 Toyota Corolla to Get "Dramatic Change" Say Insiders

Toyota’s next generation Corolla is expected to hit American dealerships next year, and the automaker is suggesting that the styling update will be an even more dramatic shift than what was seen with the unveiling of the brand new Avalon.

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Toyota Sales Reach 200 Million Milestone

In 1935, the first Toyota G1 truck was built by the automotive department of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd. Seventy-six years later and the automaker has manufactured 199,999,999 more vehicles, reaching the 200 million milestone.

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Most Shopped New Cars for the Week: July 15-21, 2012

It’s Saturday morning and that means it’s time for the AutoGuide most shopped new cars of the week list.

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2014 Corolla Might Get Ventilated Seats for US: Chief Engineer Says

Still a decent distance away from U.S. production, the 11th generation Toyota Corolla is giving us a few hints of what we could expect through the Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) version.

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Why Buy a Diesel Car? Get the Facts, Know Your Options

Price, looks and size… these are the few factors that used to decide what vehicle you’d park in your driveway. Looking for a cheap and small car? A Toyota Corolla or Honda Civic will do. Need something bigger, perhaps a mid-size Hyundai Sonata or an SUV. Things used to be pretty easy.

With increasingly high gas prices and an overall movement towards green, fuel efficient vehicles, fuel economy has become more important. In fact, for many price, looks and size are now completely trumped by fuel economy.

“Buyers just look at the MPG on the sticker,” says IHS Automotive Analyst Devin Lindsay commenting that car buyers are now completely mesmerized by the EPA sticker label.

Take a look at the Toyota Prius, for example. It’s not terribly big, is fairly expensive, and looks… well… weird. But that didn’t stop three million of them from being sold, all thanks to a hybrid gas-electric engine that provides excellent fuel economy.

The Prius isn’t the only option for someone looking for a fuel efficient car, however; especially those in search of a more engaging driving experience. If you want to cut down on trips to the pump, and still drive a fun, powerful, good looking car, your best bet might just be in a diesel powered vehicle. That does mean you’ll almost certainly have to drive German, although a flood of new diesel-powered vehicles are about to hit our shore.

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Toyota Prius, Honda Fit Top Japan's Best Selling Car List

For the ninth month in a row, the top-selling car in Japan is the Toyota Prius, helping hybrids make up more than 20-percent of all auto sales in Japan.

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Top 10 Best Selling Cars of All Time

The numbers are always changing and a new list of the Top 10 best-selling vehicles in history, compiled by 24/7 Wall St. has a new model on top.

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