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KBB Impressed by 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser Overall


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Were you to pay the $80,000+ asking price for the 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser, would it not bother you that it comes with fake wood that looks like it came off a 1999 Peugeot? What about its poor efficiency or mediocre loading capacity?

Period Review of the Fourth-Gen 1993 Toyota Supra Turbo


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MotorWeek is “television's longest running and most respected automotive series,” so it was around to test the fourth-gen Toyota Supra when it was new. If you’re not familiar with the things that made it so great, do check out the video posted here.

Toyota Gives 2015 Prius C Hybrid Hatch a Light Makeover


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Toyota's smallest and most fuel-efficient hybrid model, the Prius C hatchback, has received a mild facelift for the 2015MY at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Toyota Names New Fuel Cell Car Mirai [w/Video]


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While Honda is teasing us with its FCV concept, Toyota's new hydrogen-powered car has been presented in its production form with the brand confirming its name as the Mirai, which means "future" in Japanese.

Toyota Dealer's "Keys in a Box" Music Video Is Hilarious


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We knew car salespersons were talented people, but some auto dealership employees from Illinois have outdone themselves by shooting an entire music video to promote their workplace.

Toyota Aygo Fights Off Godzilla in Magna Tale


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Even though it's the child of a Japanese immigrant in Europe and a French parent (PSA Group), Toyota sees no reason why the new Aygo shouldn't embrace its Japanese side.

You Might End Up Feeling Sorry For This Guy


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You shouldn't normally feel sorry for people driving through pedestrian crossings, blatantly violating the rules and common sense, but you might just make a small exception for this remorseful fella.

Seriously, This 2015 Toyota Camry is The Ultimate Sleeper [w/Video]


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Can you think of any better car to create a sleeper than the Toyota Camry? Okay, perhaps the N.A. VW Passat too, but that's beside the point, which in this case, is an 850+HP, V8-powered 2015 Camry.

Can You Find the Connection Between Batman and Toyota's New Esquire Minivan?


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Maybe it’s the language barrier or the confusion caused by the new Toyota Esquire's Transformers-like nose plate, but somehow we're not seeing the connection between the minivan and Batman in the firm's ads.

CR Says You Can Do A Lot Better Than The Toyota Yaris


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Consumer Reports injected a bit of clearly directed humor in its review of the most recent incarnation of the Toyota Yaris. It is, as most Toyotas are, perfectly adequate at being solid, good cars, but lack any kind of thrills (the FR-S/GT86 doesn't count in this supermini company).

Blink and You Might Miss Toyota Supra's 1/4 Mile Record


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While I am not a big fan of drag racing, I have to admit that watching a souped-up Toyota Supra doing the quarter mile in a little over 6 seconds is really impressive.

Mid-Engined, Turbocharged Toyota Aygo Crazy Driven


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It’s been nearly seven years since Toyota revealed its Aygo Crazy, which basically had the posterior part of an MR2 welded onto a city car front. The MR2 engine was turbocharged to make 200 hp and an intoxicating wastegate noise too…

2015 Toyota Camry Gets Thumbs Up from Consumer Reports


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The Toyota Camry received a significant makeover for the 2015 model year and the folks from Consumer Reports were among the first to have a contact with the revised lineup of America’s best-selling car.

CR's Tom Mutchler says the aesthetic makeover of the Toyota Camry makes it sportier and sleeker, which means a lot for a sedan that has never been exciting in terms of styling – on the contrary. Still, the changes aren’t radical and will likely boost the Camry’s appeal among most types of buyers.

A slightly refined interior with added standard features and two new grades complete the changes, as the Camry continues to be offered with the same engine lineup as before: a 178hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder, a 268hp 3.5-liter V6 and a 200hp four-cylinder hybrid.

Move past the break to find out which one is the right choice for the Camry from the review.

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Toyota Invents Sports Utility Cruiser Segment with 520PS Ponam-31 Boat [w/Video]


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Collaborations between automakers and boat manufacturers are not new, but for Toyota such a move would be pointless, since the Japanese company has been building boats since 1997.

Toyota C-HR is Akio Toyoda's Vision of an Emotional CUV [New Photos & Video]


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Toyota has released more photos and information about the C-HR Concept, a study that previews a future C-segment crossover from the Japanese brand.

Regular Car Review Explains Desirability of First-Gen Toyota 4Runner


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The loss of soul and character is an issue that not only plagues regular road cars, but also vehicles of with more pronounced off-road inclinations. For instance, RegularCarReviews says there is nothing quite like the 1986 Toyota 4Runner, the first generation of the model.

Toyota Yaris is No Scary Car, but WRC Variant Perception-Changing


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There really is nothing wrong with taking what is (let’s face it) one of the most boring superminis on the market, the Toyota Yaris, and turning it into a crazy WRC-ready rally machine. In fact, it’s a welcome image change for a car otherwise associated exclusively with going to the shop and almost always bought by women.

This is One of the Best Russian Dashcam Chases You've Ever Seen


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We swear we're not making this up: a drunken pastry chef in a big-winged JDM Toyota Mark II led cops on a wild car chase through the streets of the Russian city of Irkutsk!

Toyota Sees itself as a Pioneer in Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars


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Even if it’s heavily turned down by skeptics, the idea of hydrogen fuel cell cars is still quite prolific in the industry, in spite of all the negative press.

Toyota Electrifies French City with the World's Largest Fleet of i-Road EVs


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Toyota and the City of Grenoble have launched a new car-sharing service called “Cité lib by Ha:mo” in the French city located in the foothills of the Alps. With the support of three other partners, the metropolitan area Grenoble-Alpes Metropole, EDF and its affiliate Sodetrel and Cité lib, Toyota has inaugurated what it calls an innovative car-sharing service.