Toyota News, Pricing and Reviews

Read the latest Toyota news and recent events.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.

When you think of dependable vehicles in the automotive world, the Toyota brand belongs near the top. Toyota’s entire fleet of cars, trucks and SUVs is known for incredible quality and reliability over time.

The Toyota lineup in the United States consists of many popular vehicles including Camry, Prius, RAV4, Tacoma, Tundra, 4Runner, Highlander, Corolla, Avalon, Sienna, Yaris, Sequoia, Land Cruiser, Corolla Hatchback, C-HR, Supra, 86, Prius Prime and Mirai. Many other popular Toyota models and variations exist all over the world as well.

At Torque News, our team covers the Toyota brand in full detail. We provide you with in-depth vehicle reviews, trim level comparisons, how-to tips and Toyota breaking news and developing stories. We also try to include helpful and useful videos in many of our stories so you can get the most information for your time.

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  1. Jeff Teague covers general Toyota news and you can follow him on Twitter at @Toyotajeff1.
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  3. John Goreham covers general Toyota and and Lexus news. You can follow John on Twitter at @JohnGoreham.
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5 Reasons Why the 4-Cylinder Toyota Camry is America's Bestselling Car

I recently spent a week behind the wheel of a 2015 Toyota Camry with the base model 4-cylinder engine and in doing so, I was able to understand very clearly why this is the bestselling car and engine option in the US market – with the following 5 reasons explaining what makes this car so popular.
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Self-Driven Car Implementation Hinges on V2V WiFi Spectrum

Self-Driving Cars have been in the news lately and one key ingredient in the mix is becoming an issue. Turns out back in 1999 the FCC granted WiFi Spectrum to the auto industry and now technology has changed everything. At odds are the self-driving cars made by tech industry heavyweights Google and Apple compared to Nissan, Ford, GM and others. The prize now is the WiFi Spectrum and the tech industry has eyes on the automakers allocation.

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