Tag: Toyota Safety Sense

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Next Generation of Advanced, Mass-Market Safety Technologies to Help Mitigate More Potential Causes of Accidents To Be Introduced as Standard Equipment on Certain Toyota Vehicles Beginning in Mid-...Read More

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Dan Heyman & Lacey Elliott square off and debate possibly the best-looking car in the compact hatch segment. Many said they saw the writing on the wall (likely in some fancy graffiti, if the b...Read More

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This week, we’re testing the popular 2017 Toyota Highlander SE, powered by a new V6 engine with front wheel drive. With room for seven passengers, we put our tester through a week of 600-mile dr...Read More

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Fast Facts: Toyota’s minivan gets a fresh face Standard Toyota Safety Sense technologies Safety Connect subscription service is more widely available New family of Entune infotainment systems An...Read More

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Fast Facts: Updated front and rear styling Added standard equipment L and LE trim levels get an infotainment system with a 6.1-in. touch-screen display, Siri Eyes Free, and a quick-charge USB port...Read More

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  Canadian debut of the strikingly sporty Toyota C-HR North American debut of the Toyota COMS Canadian auto show debut of the all-new 2017 Prius Prime and the FCV Plus Concept (MONTRÉAL, QC ...Read More

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Toyota North American CEO Jim Lentz says, “Our ultimate goal is to build a car that cannot create an accident.” When cars are fully autonomous, the 90-plus percent of accidents currently cause...Read More

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Toyota’s Safety Sense technology suite will become standard across its model line in 2018. The most advanced version of Safety Sense, TSS-P, won the New England Motor Press Association (NEMP...Read More