The world’s most popular hybrid gets a big makeover Pros Incredible fuel economy, more pleasant to drive, functional hatchback body style Cons Styling both inside and out not to all tastes Value for money Good What would I change? Ditch the weird white interior plastics How I would spec it? The Technology trim has everything
Monthly Archives: May 2017
The design, technology and handling of the Toyota C-HR make it shine brightly in the crossover crowd, as you can see from this review detailing the spec, performance and price of the 1.2 Excel manual version. THE new Toyota C-HR uses the same global architecture as the company’s Prius – and right there is where
You can tell just by looking at it. The C-HR was supposed to be a Scion, right up until Toyota put the brand out of its misery. Like the rest of the survivors, it found asylum in Toyota, but it remains firmly a child of two worlds. As a result, it’s completely unsure of what
The SUV craze just got a little crazier. A 2,000-hp (2,000 hp!) Toyota Land Cruiser, with former NASCAR champ Carl Edwards piloting, set a 230-mph speed record. The big fella actually went a GPS-certified and video-documented 230.02 mph. Toyota said it could have gone faster but ran out of usable space. Toyota calls this truck
In the face of fresher competition from Chrysler and a new version of the Honda Odyssey, the Toyota Sienna remains a popular choice, as Toyota’s well-earned reputation for reliability is a compelling notion for buyers of a hard-use vehicle like a minivan. There’s also the fact that Toyota has strived to keep the Sienna in
TORRANCE, Calif., May 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Land Cruiser, Toyota’s iconic go-anywhere four-wheel-drive sport-utility vehicle, has earned myriad accolades and records over the 60-plus years it’s been in production. And now, among them: the title of “World’s Fastest SUV” thanks to a record speed of over 230 mph, attained by the custom 2,000-horsepower Land Speed Cruiser.