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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 …
First Drives2020 Toyota GR Supra: Teaming up for the Greater Good
At a time when many automakers move away from cars to focus on utility vehicles, Toyota is sticking with them, seemingly not convinced that the SUV craze will last. Maybe gas prices will go up again or governments will impose new regulations. And you never know what the next big …

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News2020 Toyota Camry Goes Darker, Sportier and More Connected
The 2020 Toyota Camry is now on sale across Canada with two new limited-production editions and upgraded connectivity that should help this best-selling midsize sedan increase its lead. Most notably, the V6-powered Camry TRD is a sportier version of the SE and XSE. Priced at $35,990, it benefits from exclusive …
SEMAToyota Supra Gets Huge Body Kit for SEMA
In a surprise to no one, the hot new 2020 Toyota GR Supra will be one of the stars of the upcoming SEMA Show in Las Vegas, which kicks off on November 5. In fact, you can bet there will be a host of specially tuned Supras and Supra-based concepts …
News2020 Toyota Tundra Adds Two New Trim Levels
One year before the arrival of a new generation offering more modern looks and a hybrid variant, the 2020 Toyota Tundra is going on sale across Canada with no fewer than 17 trim levels and configurations to choose from. The list includes two new additions, namely the Tundra TRD Sport …
News2020 Toyota Sequoia: One More Go Before a Complete Makeover
The Toyota Sequoia hasn’t had any major updates for ages. In fact, the current generation dates back to 2008 and it’s now largely eclipsed by the entire competition. Is the Japanese automaker leaving its full-size SUV to rot? It might look like it, but in reality a completely new model …
New ModelsToyota Corolla Sports a New, Darker look in Nightshade Edition
The all-new, twelfth-generation 2020 Toyota Corolla made its debut earlier this year and most people agree on the fact that designers did a great job. The transformed exterior is decidedly modern and should prove more attractive to young customers. However, for those who wanted a bit more style or to …
NewsMakes and Models with the Best Value in Canada for 2019
Car ownership is one of the biggest expenses of Canadian households, so it’s no wonder many consumers look for models and brands offering the most bang for their buck—not just right out of the dealer lot, but also over the many years to come. On that topic, market analysis firm …
NewsToyota Corolla out, New SUV in at Alabama Plant
As previously reported, Toyota and Mazda will build up to 300,000 vehicles annually at a new joint venture assembly plant in Huntsville, Alabama beginning in 2021. While the former initially planned to make Corollas there, changing market demands and a growing consumer appetite for SUVs are dictating otherwise. Toyota has …
NewsMore Connectivity Options at Toyota and Lexus for 2020
Toyota Canada will add new features designed to enhance drivers’ infotainment exprerience and connectivity options in select 2020 models beginning in August in the case of Toyota and September for its luxury brand Lexus. These models are the Toyota Sequoia , Tundra , 4Runner and Tacoma as well as the …