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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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TokyoToyota Unveils e-Racer Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show
TOKYO, Japan – The 46st edition of the Tokyo Motor Show was filled with electric vehicles, autonomous driving technology as well as solutions for personal mobility and last-mile mobility. Stuff that doesn’t exactly set automobile enthusiasts’ hearts on fire. Toyota is also showcasing a slew of electrified products, from commercial …
NewsOver 40,000 Plug-In Cars Sold in Canada so Far in 2019
Fueled—or should we say energized?—by the new federal rebate of $5,000 introduced on May 1, electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles sales in Canada are exceeding 40,000 units so far in 2019. More precisely, the total of confirmed or estimated EV/PHEV sales during the first nine months reached approximately 40,500, a …
New ModelsThis New Toyota Yaris Has Nothing to do With Ours
Twenty years after the original, Toyota hosted the world premiere of the all-new, fourth-generation Yaris. It will go on sale in Japan next February before hitting Europe in the second half of 2020. And Canada? Forget about it. Our Toyota Yaris , which is also brand new for 2020, is …
News2020 Toyota C-HR Gets a Second Update in as Many Years
The Toyota C-HR sub-compact crossover benefits from a cosmetic update and a few new features for 2020. Clearly, the automaker wants to make sure the C-HR stays in tune with the ever-changing needs of the young customers it primarily targets. A first update was made for 2019 , barely one …
NewsNext Toyota 86 to “Surpass” Supra, According to Toyota
We’ve known for a while now that the Toyota 86 is coming back for a second generation, but the latest comments made by the company’s chief engineer have raised quite a few eyebrows around the globe. Speaking with Australian website MOTOR , Tetsuya Tada said: "We have to make a …

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2000
Motoring TV 2000 Episode 5
Toyota replaces Tercel with Echo 2000 Jaguar XKR 1999 Honda Odyssey tips keeping records of service intervals Mellent Melody and pink Cabriolet watch your thermostat Jim Kenzie on the "men don't ask for directions" myth.
2000
Motoring TV 2000 Episode 22
Sneak preview of new Beetle Cup series, making debut in Canada soon 2000 Camry Solara Convertible 2002 Buick Rendezvous squealing could be symptom of poor tires accident emergency kit prototype Jim Kenzie on New Beetle.
2001
Motoring TV 2001 Episode 7
2001 Toyota Sequoia 2001 Pontiac Aztek checking freeze protection Sylvie Devienne's 1971 Chevelle SS an organized car is a safe one importance of judging speed.
2001
Motoring TV 2001 Episode 16
Winter driving in Barrie Ontario 2001 Suzuki XL7 engine oil dilution Buick Rendezvous hearing piston slap? drivers - not cars - are polluting our highways.
2001
Motoring TV 2001 Episode 18
Volvo Safety Car 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe checking coolant levels Dodge unveils new Ram pick-up the young Bill Gardiner stabilizer link should consumers have access to dealer costs?
2001
Motoring TV 2001 Episode 21
Draggins Car Club in Saskatoon 2001 Toyota Highlander parking on an incline 1938 Ford Delux changing spark plugs will today's cars become the classics of tomorrow?
Motoring TV
Toyota Camry 2018 - Motoring TV
They keep telling us the sedan market is dying, Ford is going all-in on trucks. Yet despite this grim outlook, car companies are launching some of the most good looking family sedans, and that includes the new Camry.. To watch all our most up to date content, check out our …
2002
Motoring TV 2002 Episode 3
2002 Toyota Camry 2002 Kia Spectra LS 2002 Chevy Trailblazer Breaking in a new engine 2002 Lexus ES300 Scheduling maintenance can vary between imports and domestic Why don't school buses have seat belts?