Toyota

  • 2017 Toyota Corolla iM Review

    The Corolla iM, also known as the Toyota Auris around the world, may not be the swiftest compact hatch but it is one of the best handling and without a doubt, one of the best buys in America. The former Scion model has become a Toyota for 2017 but it retains Scion’s value pricing model

  • 2017 Toyota Prius Prime Review

    Some folks may deride the 25 mile EV range of the Prius Prime but the logic behind it is flawless: the new plug-in Prius delivers the best fuel economy of any hybrid on the market and the best EV economy as well beating the Chevy Volt on both fronts by a wide margin and leaving

  • 2017 Toyota Corolla Review

    The Corolla isn’t the quickest or best handling compact sedan and last year it wasn’t one of the best values either but for 2017 Toyota pulled a surprise out of their hat. By making their CVT and their Safety Sense active safety system standard on ALL models of the Corolla it has gone from middling

  • 2017 Toyota Prius Prime Plug In Hybrid Review

    The Prime is more than just the new Prius-Plug-In, it is also the most efficient Prius ever built. With 25 miles of electric range, 54 MPG on gasoline and the largest LCD infotainment system Toyota has ever used, the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime really is the pinnacle of Toyota’s hybrid engineering.

  • 2017 Toyota Prius Prime Infotainment Review

    The new Prius Prime uses the largest infotainment and navigation system Toyota has ever made. The all-new system uses an enormous 11-inch LCD that supports multi-finger gestures and integrates the Prius’ climate controls.

  • 2017 Toyota Highlander First Drive

    For 2017 Toyota has put the Highlander under the knife for a significant refresh. In addition to the new nose the Highlander gets a new V6 engine with more power, an eight-speed automatic that improves acceleration and fuel economy and a revised hybrid system. While some could ask for a bit more third row legroom