We checked out every Toyota crossover and SUV to give you the 2019 rundown!
Behind the wheel, this new Corolla is tight and nimble. While it isn’t powerful by any measure, it rewards every attempt at maintaining momentum.
Did you know you can still get a manual transmission in a pickup truck? There are a handful of trucks in 2018, mostly midsize, that still have an optional 3rd pedal. But the Toyota Tacoma is unique.
There’s nothing this Camry does better than erase the bland, appliance-like stereotype the nameplate has carried for generations.
The last Highlander felt very vanilla. Good, but kind of bland. The Highlander Limited Platinum feels like a whole new animal.
The retro vibe of the BRZ and 86 doesn’t need any more power. They just need someone who can enjoy the drive.
Toyota’s foray into the world of compact crossover comes prix fixe with a silly name. It is, of course, aimed squarely at none other than the elusive millennial. Will it stand out as a special snowflake, just like the demographic it’s targeted at?
It was cold and snowy the last time we drove the Toyota Tacoma. But it’s now sunny and warm for our second go-round, this time in the all-new TRD Pro.
The 2017 Prius Prime is Toyota’s all new plug-in hybrid which boasts better efficiency, increased range in EV mode and new technology.
Some CUVs are too utilitarian, others come off too futuristic; the 2016 Toyota Rav4 offers a balanced approach with a Rav4 that will meet everyone’s needs. Toyota is keeping up with the times by giving the Rav4 updated styling and a new trim level to entice those looking […]