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2013 Toyota Sienna Minivan

2013 Toyota Sienna Minivan

We discover that Sienna's go-pedal holds plenty of juice beneath a driver's foot, thanks to a lively V6 engine lifted from Camry, Toyota's best-selling mid-size sedan. Read More »

2013 Toyota Venza Wagon

2013 Toyota Venza mid-size wagon

The Toyota Venza's body has been refreshed for 2013 with a new grille, new 19-inch wheels and new taillights. While the Venza is heavily based on the Toyota Camry, its big selling point is a roomy, SUV-like cargo area behind the back seat. Read More »

2012 Toyota Camry Mid-Size Sedan

2012 Toyota Camry Mid-Size Sedan

But the re-do of Camry, which has been re-sheathed for model-year 2012 with concerns for passenger comfort and personal safety foremost in mind, results in a generously scaled mid-size sedan that's keen in style, invigorated with more powerful yet more efficient engines and laced with luxurious cabin features to position this car close to the realm of Lexus, Toyota's elite upscale line. Read More »

2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser Compact SUV

2012 FJ Cruiser Compact SUV

Boxy square with chiseled shoulders and a flat roof floating over the five-passenger cabin with narrow windows in the image of an armored military vehicle, Toyota's dedicated off-road SUV looks like it came out of the Auto Nouveau School of Chunky Car Design. Read More »

2012 Toyota Prius v Mid-Size Hatchback

2012 Toyota Prius V Mid-Size Hybrid Hatchback

It teams a thrifty but conventional 1.8-liter four-cylinder Atkinson-cycle engine that sips gasoline with a pair of high-voltage and high-torque electric motors -- one to turn the front wheels and the other to work so many power accessories as well as crank up the four-pack engine and recharge a load of on-board batteries. Read More »

2012 Toyota Prius c Subcompact Hatchback

2012 Prius c subcompact hatcback

Aimed at young shoppers seeking a fuel-thrifty small car packing high-tech hybrid hardware, the new subcompact-size Prius c employs Toyota's proven Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD) system and earns downright impressive fuel economy numbers of 53 mpg City/46 mpg Highway. The itsy-bitsy economy car provides room for up to five riders on comfortable seats with a pair of buckets in front of a bench for three and room at the rear for cargo due to the hatchback roofline. Read More »

2010 Toyota Prius Hybrid Sedan

When you read a review of a hybrid vehicle, you'll usually find a variation of this sentence: "It drives like a normal car." But you won't read that about the new Toyota Prius, because it doesn't. It feels like the result of a golf cart and a spaceship having a wild night in Vegas. Toyota's all-new 2010 Prius retains the old hybrid's familiar shape, but it doesn't have much else in common. It was re-engineered for even greater efficiency. Read More »

2008 Toyota Sequoia Fullsize Sport Utility Vehicle

Exterior photo of the 2008 Toyota Sequoia Fullsize Sport Utility Vehicle. 2008 Toyota Sequoia – enlarge What was tested? 2008 Toyota Sequoia LTD 4×4 ($48,450). Options: Navigation system ($1,650), daytime running lights ($40), moonroof ($810), floor mats ($290), cargo net ($49). Price as tested (including $685 delivery charge): $51,974. Before safe deposit boxes, wealthy people used to keep their valuables ... Read More »