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First Drives2020 Toyota Highlander: Definitely Pick the Hybrid
San Antonio, Texas— They say everything is bigger in Texas. Well, this is where Toyota invited journalists to discover the all-new 2020 Highlander , an SUV the company has big hopes for. The outgoing model was introduced six years ago and its successor boasts fresh styling in line with recent …
PreviewsFive Things to Know About the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime
At the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, Toyota introduced a new plug-in hybrid vehicle that should post record sales if the company manages to build enough units. Here are five things you need to know about the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime … Generous EV Range Equipped with a bigger battery …
PreviewsFive Things to Know About the 2020 Toyota Prius
The fourth-generation Toyota Prius is entering its fifth year on the market and it is now on sale at dealerships in Canada. As one of the most efficient and popular hybrids in the country, there is no shortage of interest in this car. Here are five things you need to …
Test Drives2019 Toyota Avalon: Feeling Younger Than Ever
Long considered a dull, yet spacious and indestructible large sedan, the Avalon sure has changed. The previous generation was admittedly a little sharper and contemporary than before, but this newly redesigned Avalon seems to have shed its tweed slacks and suspenders for an Adidas training suit. What happened? Well, Toyota …
Test Drives2019 Toyota Sienna: Long in the Tooth
When a vehicle segment declines in popularity, or even when it stagnates, automobile manufacturers have a tough decision to make. Should they abandon the segment because designing and engineering a new-generation model won’t be profitable, or just keep selling the current model until interest dries out? Obviously, most automakers have …
Test Drives2019 Toyota RAV4 Trail: Son of FJ
Usually, when a generation of car or truck reaches the end of its production cycle, sales start declining. Which is normal, because newer competitors become more interesting and offer more technology or innovative features. In the case of the RAV4, the current generation of which appeared back in 2013, it …

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NewsNew Cars and Trucks with the Highest Residual Value in 2020
ALG, which specializes in forecasting future vehicle values, announced the winners of its 2020 Canadian Residual Value Awards just before the start of the Montreal Auto Show last week. “For consumers, since a vehicle’s depreciation is the single costliest aspect of car ownership, a strong residual value is an indicator …
NewsBig Power Boost Coming for Toyota 86
Good news for fans of Toyota’s entry-level sports coupe: British website Autocar reports that the next-generation 86 is being developed as a product of the Gazoo Racing division of the Japanese automaker. Following the lead of the GR Supra (which North American drivers were quite happy to welcome back) and …
CESToyota’s Latest Concept is an Entire City
Japanese automaker Toyota had a mega-project to unveil at CES this week in Las Vegas. No, it’s not some sort of connected car or autonomous driving technology, but rather a prototype city of the future to be built at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan. Called Woven City, it …
Los Angeles2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime is a Quick, Efficient Plug-in Hybrid SUV
As promised, Toyota unveiled the anticipated plug-in hybrid variant of the RAV4 today at the Los Angeles Auto Show . Capable of zero-emission driving for 60 kilometres, the new RAV4 Prime is Toyota’s first plug-in hybrid SUV and a direct rival of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV , not to mention …
NewsToyota Camry and Avalon are Both Getting AWD
As winter takes over in most of Canada, Toyota has great news for drivers: the popular Camry and the larger Avalon will soon add an all-wheel drive option. Unfortunately, the Camry AWD will not go on sale before early spring (as a 2020 model), when pretty much all the snow …
NewsUsed Cars and Trucks with the Highest Residual Value in 2020
ALG, an industry authority on automotive residual value projections in both Canada and the United States, today announced the winners of its 2020 Pre-Owned Value Awards (POVA), ranking Toyota and Lexus as the top Mainstream Brand and Premium Brand across the board. "Toyota and Lexus were early champions of the …