Toyota is one of the world’s three largest carmakers, along with General Motors and Volkswagen Group. Having placed its bets for the future of zero-emission transport on hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, it’s by far the most resistant of the three to the notion of battery-electric cars. But a recent news story might possibly indicate a crack
Monthly Archives: October 2016
The Toyota Camry has been the best-selling midsize sedan for quite some time. Year to date, the Camry is the fourth-best-selling vehicle in the U.S. behind America’s workhorses, the Ford F-Series, Chevrolet Silverado, and Ram pickup. We’ve tested themore powerful V-6 and frugal hybrid variants, but we haven’t tested the volume Camry engine. Until now.
This year marks the Toyota Sienna’s seventh and final model year before a next-generation version arrives, so the current van understandably is showing signs of age. Compared with fresher competitors, it offers fewer ways for the kids to stay connected, fewer clever bins, and 100 percent fewer options for a vacuum cleaner than you’ll find
2017 Toyota Prius Prime first drive: The hybrid top dog goes plug-in Read more: http://autoweek.com/article/drive-reviews/first-drive-2017-toyota-prius-prime#ixzz4M3DOuK7q
Prius Prime plug-in gets a bigger battery, but the Volt still goes twice as far on electricity Toyota is the world leader in hybrids, pioneering their development as mass-market transportation alternatives 25 years ago and then selling way more of them than any other carmaker on the planet. Toyota now offers a total of 13