- Alfa Romeo
- Aston Martin
- Land Rover
It’s time for the age-old debate: Toyota Corolla or Honda Civic? These two compacts have been duking it out since the ’70s and that has led to these two hatchbacks, which are extremely likable and easy to recommend. Both hatchbacks are hugely successful but choosing a better hatchback comes down to which vehicle offers the most value for the money.
The Supra name isn’t supposed to be taken lightly — it’s supposed to be the flagship Toyota performance machine. Yet for many on the outside looking in, it seems like the Japanese automaker has outsourced its sports car to BMW. Yes, the Supra was co-developed with the BMW Z4, and it utilizes mostly BMW parts, including one of the most important parts of all, the engine.
The 2020 Toyota Highlander has debuted rocking a much more modern look and all the latest safety tech. The Japanese brand’s three-row SUV was positively ancient, and even though it was still massively popular in its old age, the overhauled model is bound to continue that winning streak.
We’re setting our sights on a whole new year of automotive excellence. We can’t wait to see what new cars debut in 2019, but there are a few that have already caught our eye. We can’t wait to drive these new cars or see them fully revealed. Here’s what we’re looking forward to:
One year ago, the Nissan Altima, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Nissan Sentra, Toyota Highlander, and Ford Fusion were all significantly more popular than the Toyota Tacoma. The Altima, for example, sold 32-percent more often than the Tacoma, which was generating record volume in 2017.
Toyota has refreshed the Prius and one of the most important changes is the new availability of all-wheel drive. This makes the Prius the only car in its segment that offers AWD, a smart move to help Toyota differentiate it from its growing list of competitors like the Hyundai Ioniq, Kia Niro, or Honda Insight.
Toyota has been moving through updating its lineup at an impressive pace, releasing new versions of the Camry, Avalon, RAV4, and Corolla Hatch in the past year or so. Now the new Toyota Corolla sedan is ready for the spotlight. More power, a new platform, and for the first time in a while, some interesting styling.