Toyota and Lexus launched their new, much-lower cost active safety systems this week on two new models.
When GM decided to rejoin the smaller than full-size pickup market this past year automotive publications (this one included) posed the situation as win-lose for Toyota, the clear leader in sales i
Tell us if you have heard this one before, “Toyota wins value award…” If this sounds familiar, it should.
Toyota surprised some today by announcing that the RAV4 hybrid will be Toyota’s newest green vehicle.
Don't believe us that fuel economy isn't the number one buying factor? Here is the proof.
Monthly Truck Sales
One of the tell-tale signs on consumer behavior is monthly truck sales. Historically truck sales rise throughout the year and due to various market conditions. For example, gasoline prices have been often tied to new truck sales. When gasoline prices are low, consumers buy more trucks than when it is high.
GM’s product Chief, and likely GM’s next CEO, Mark Reuss, is not interested in building a Silverado to take on the Ford F-150 Raptor.
The 2015 Toyota Highlander and the Lexus RX 350 took home top honors in their respective family car categories this week in US News & World Report’s Best Cars For Families ranking.
The Toyota Highlander has grown considerably since its first generation. This is both good and bad.
Many design elements go into making a vehicle good in the snow. Not all vehicles equipped with all-wheel drive are equal.
The 2015 Toyota Sienna is the only minivan in the US market with all-wheel drive (AWD).
Talk about a tough year to be a stand-out pickup truck.
When Consumer Reports ranks sports sedans and sports cars we always cringe a little, but the independent magazine’s taste in things practical is unquestionable.
Tacomas in the snow (you know the acronym) has been a hot topic lately on every Tacoma forum.
Consumer Reports has just announced its 2015 Ten Top Picks. Toyota’s Highlander and Prius make the list. The Highlander is a relatively new design, but the Prius is not.
Proving that Toyota is not completely invincible when it comes to industry awards and surveys, Subaru narrowly beat out Toyota to take home the first and second place in Consumer Reports’ new 2015