Toyota

Toyota is one of the world's largest automakers and is known as the quality, durability, and reliability leader in the industry. Toyota's Camry, Corolla, RAV 4 and Highlander define their class. Toyota makes trucks in its Texas plant and most of its cars are made in the markets they serve.
2001 Toyota MR2

Driver Walks Away From Brutal Toyota Crash With Just Scratches

A Boston area driver walked away from a brutal crash last week with only bumps and bruises after his 2001 Toyota MR2 was involved in a brutal crack-up on Interstate Route 95. The operator swerved to avoid an item that flew out of a pickup bed and ended up in collision with a semi-trailer. The image speaks for itself.
2019_Toyota_Avalon_Hybrid_Limited

2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Perfect Blend of Fuel Efficiency and Comfort

In this day of Crossover and SUV supremacy we discover a standout or two in the near full size import sedan market. In drives Toyota’s flagship Avalon 4 door sedan in Limited Hybrid trim. This Toyota Hybrid surprises at every turn. It may be the perfect blend of fuel efficiency and comfort.
Which costs more for maintenance? A Honda Accord or Toyota Highlander?

Which Family Vehicle Costs More To Maintain: A 2006 Honda Accord Sedan or a 2007 Toyota Highlander Crossover- The Answer Is Clear

We compare and contrast the costs to maintain and repair a 2006 Honda Accord V6 EX-L and a 2007 Toyota Highlander AWD V6 Sport. One cost more than twice the money to maintain.
Plug in Hybrid car

This is why Plug-In hybrids still make sense today

In these recent cold days and nights I am reminded of why I like my plug in hybrid. For the last few years I have leased and then owned Chevy Volts, and now I have a Cadillac ELR, which was Cadillac’s short-lived luxury coupe that shared the Volt’s drivetrain. I really liked my Volts, and the ELR even more. The biggest value of a plug in hybrid is that it is essentially an electric car. Here is why.
Toyota Prius Plug in Hybrid

Why did Toyota suddenly partner with Panasonic on EV batteries?

Toyota has finally taken notice to where its Prius drivers defected, and it was not the Honda Accord. They have converted to all electric Tesla vehicles. The expansion of Toyota-Panasonic battery partnership, announced a week ago, is a clear sign that Toyota is gradually moving toward battery-electric cars. Has Toyota waited too long to go all-electric? Why would Prius and other drivers defect to Tesla?

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