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There aren’t many vehicles that have a devote following as the third generation Toyota Tacoma. On sale for 8 years, the Tacoma, or Taco as it’s affectionately known, is a rugged mid-size pickup. It’s powered by either a four or six cylinder engine and can come with a manual or automatic transmission.
The Toyota 4Runner is a survivor. While most mid-size body-on-frame SUVs have been put to pasture, the 4Runner soldiers on. Available with two or three row seating, this vehicle can travel places most SUVs cannot. It has real off-road capabilities and credentials, especially in TRD form.
With compact SUVs continuing to grow in size, a new sub-segment of vehicles has emerged that are not quite compact, but not quite subcompact. The Toyota Corolla Cross firmly fits in this new class with the likes of the Subaru Crosstrek, Honda HR-V, and Kia Seltos.
The Toyota Grand Highlander is an enlarged version of one of the staples in the three row family SUV class. It address one of the major weaknesses of the regular Highlander model by adding a more usable third row of seats. As well, there’s increased cargo capacity.
The Toyota Highlander is one of the staples in the three row family SUV class. It has been a huger seller for Toyota and recently the model underwent a significant update. Gone is the V6 engine in favor of a torquey turbocharged four-cylinder unit. How torquey? It makes an impressive 310 lb-ft. of torque.
The Toyota RAV4 Prime is the plug-in hybrid version of the this popular compact SUV. Unlike most hybrids, the Prime focuses on performance as much as it does fuel savings. With a total of 302 hp on tap, the RAV4 Prime is one of the most powerful mainstream compact SUVs available today regardless of powertrain.
Toyota’s body-on-frame full-size SUV was recently overhauled and includes plenty of new technology. Chief among them is a new 3.4-liter turbocharged six-cylinder engine paired to a hybrid drive system. It allows the big SUV to unleash an impressive 538 lb-ft. of torque.
We’re hard pressed to think of any other vehicle that has undergone such a fundamental improvement from one generation to the next like the 2023 Toyota Prius has. Going from a sensible, highly efficient, albeit uninspiring car, to one that has suddenly become desirable, is no small feat. Toyota hit a home run with this car that seemingly does it all.
The 2013 model year saw Toyota roll out an all-new, fourth generation of its RAV4 compact crossover. While similar in size to its predecessor, the fourth-gen model’s styling made it clear this was a brand-new design. Among its key attributes were the excellent build quality and reliability that helped establish the RAV4 as an all-star in the compact SUV class. Like the current RAV4, the previous generation offered gasoline and hybrid options.
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You may find the idea of your teenager sitting behind the wheel of your car slightly terror-inducing, but you’ll actually increase the chances of an accident if you don’t allow them to practice. Driver’s education programs are an excellent place to start, but they may only amount to 7-10 hours of actual drive time. The experience needed to become reasonably proficient is closer to 50 hours and that can vary from state to state. Still that’s around two hours per week spread out over six months!1 You’ll be responsible for ensuring your young driver not only learns the basics of driving, but also gains enough experience to drive with confidence.