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2017 Toyota Yaris
2017 Toyota Yaris

The 2017 Toyota Yaris is a subcompact hatchback that is joined this year by the Yaris iA (nee Scion iA) subcompact sedans. It's the automaker's lowest-priced car sold in the U.S. and is the smallest. The Yaris is offered as a three- or five-door hatchback in L, LE, and SE trims, while...Read More»

2017 Toyota Prius C
2017 Toyota Prius C

The 2017 Toyota Prius C is the automaker's most-affordably priced hybrid, and is the smallest of four vehicles in the Prius family. Toyota gave the Prius C a new front and rear bumper for 2017, and made standard its suite of advanced safety features across the lineup. The car is offered...Read More»

2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
2017 Toyota Land Cruiser

Toyota may not be a niche manufacturer, but its 2017 Land Cruiser is certainly a defined vehicle aimed at a very specific buyer. Built to tackle the world's most remote places, it is an awkward fit in America's suburban landscape—but this highly-refined SUV delivers an especially...Read More»

2017 Toyota Prius Prime Premium
2017 Toyota Prius Prime

The new plug-in version of the fourth-generation Toyota Prius hybrid launched a year after that car, and it got a new name too. The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime succeeds the previous and discontinued Prius Plug-In Hybrid model, sold from 2012 through 2015, but it’s a much-improved and...Read More»

2017 Toyota Sequoia
2017 Toyota Sequoia

The 2017 Toyota Sequoia is a blast from the past, a three-row, full-size SUV that is as traditional as it is capable. But it is also remarkably inefficient and it feels behind the times compared to its more modern competition. This outdated SUV scores a 5.2 out of 10 overall. (Read more...Read More»

2017 Toyota Mirai
2017 Toyota Mirai

The 2017 Toyota Mirai is the second model year for Toyota's halo car, the only full zero-emission vehicle in its extensive lineup. Its sales are entirely dependent on the rollout of hydrogen fueling infrastructure, for now limiting to specific areas of California. Hence, it will likely...Read More»

2017 Toyota RAV4
2017 Toyota RAV4

The 2017 Toyota RAV4 is the latest in a long line of compact crossover SUVs to grace the automaker's showrooms. It's one of the oldest nameplates among small crossovers, but it has largely kept with the times and is offered in a wide array of models, including a hybrid. RAV4s are...Read More»

2017 Toyota Highlander
2017 Toyota Highlander

A somewhat more aggressive look, more power, an improved set of safety features, and a new sportier SE model highlight the changes Toyota is ushering in for its spacious crossover utility vehicle, the 2017 Highlander. The SE joins LE, LE Plus, XLE, Limited, and Limited Platinum models...Read More»

2017 Toyota 4Runner
2017 Toyota 4Runner

It may be something of a relic among SUVs, but that's part of the Toyota 4Runner's lasting appeal. It's like a Patagonia fleece pull-over that never seems to wear out despite being your hiking go-to. If you're a city slicker, there are far better SUV and crossover offerings on the...Read More»

2017 Toyota Sienna
2017 Toyota Sienna

Minivan drivers are some of the most fiercely loyal owners on the planet—just ask one. It takes some coaxing (or capitulation) to get them inside, but once they're in, they usually stay there. They're ultimate family vehicles: vans are robust machines built for car seats, plenty...Read More»

2017 Toyota 86 - 860 Special Edition
2017 Toyota 86

With the demise of the Scion brand, the FR-S sport coupe becomes the Toyota 86 (pronounced "eight-six") for the 2017 model year. With the changeover, the 86 gets styling tweaks, revised suspension settings, slightly more power, and a few upgraded interior materials. The changes tweak...Read More»

2017 Toyota Avalon
2017 Toyota Avalon

The Toyota Avalon doesn't beg you to own it or drive it. It puts comfort to the fore: it's comfortable like a pillow-top bed, and no longer rides or handles like one. This year, it's offered as an Avalon XLE, XLE Plus, XLE Premium, Limited, or as an Avalon Touring. Avalon Hybrid sedans...Read More»

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