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The Toyota Corolla has always been a safe bet for those seeking steady, reliable transportation at a reasonable price. After all, 43 million buyers — Toyota says it’s the best-selling nameplate in the world — can’t be wrong. Still, the Japanese carmaker decided to celebrate Corolla’s 50th anniversary this year by making it an even… Read more »

When Toyota boss Akio Toyoda told everyone that his company will no longer build boring cars, not many people imagined that the next-generation Camry would become one of the most engaging sedans in its segment. And yet, according to AutoGuide editor Craig Cole, that’s exactly what the all-new 2018 Camry is. Even if you’re not blown away by… Read more »

Yet, as Car and Driver reported, the Prius Prime has a carbon-fiber hatchback made at Toyota’s Motomachi plant in Japan where the carbon-fiber Lexus LFA supercar came together. Also, compared with the previous plug-in Prius, the Prime gets double the battery capacity. The new 95-cell, 8.8-kWh battery pack accounts for 265 pounds of the claimed 285-to-365-pound weight… Read more »

DRIVEN: 2018 Toyota C-HR

Posted on June 22, 2017

2018 Toyota C-HR The Scion was Toyota’s attempt to lure young buyers to a brand whose average customer was anything but young. Scion may be gone but it’s not forgotten — the 2018 Toyota C-HR is proof. Originally intended to wear a Scion badge, the funky little utility vehicle with polarizing styling was easily converted… Read more »

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