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Test Drives2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime: Like a Thousand Hot Cakes
As the best-selling SUV in Canada, the Toyota RAV4 is clearly a big hit among consumers. For 2021, both the conventionally powered model and the RAV4 Hybrid remain unchanged. However, a new plug-in hybrid variant joins the lineup. The Car Guide recently headed to Kingston, Ontario to attend the Canadian …
Test DrivesToyota Tundra: Five Things We Want in the Next Generation
A lot of things have been said and written about the current-generation Toyota Tundra . After all, it dates all the way back to… 2007. Of course, the automaker has made a few changes and updates over the years, most notably in 2014, but it’s never been able to threaten …

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News2021 Toyota C-HR Adds Nightshade Edition, Still No AWD
If you’re hoping for a Toyota C-HR with all-wheel drive, sorry, the Japanese automaker still has no plans for that. However, the 2021 model brings something more to the table in order to please those wishing for some extra flair. Similar to many other Toyota models, the C-HR adds a …
News2021 Toyota Venza Could be a Steal Even at $38,940
The all-new 2021 Toyota Venza , which rose from the ashes of the late midsize wagon earlier this year, is now on sale at Toyota dealers across Canada. Now that we know how much it costs, we think it could be a steal. Here’s why... Starting at $38,490 plus freight …
News2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime Comes With Big EV Rebates
The upcoming 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime has been generating quite a buzz since its debut last fall. And for good reason: this plug-in hybrid variant of the best-selling SUV in Canada offers a zero-emission range of up to 68 kilometres. Many customers have ordered one without even knowing how much …
NewsToyota to Build Road-going Version of Le Mans Hypercar
The 2020 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans has been pushed back to September 19-20 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and one of the new additions this year is the Hypercar class, which replaces the famous LMP1. Japanese automaker Toyota has already confirmed that it will participate using …
NewsToyota 86, Subaru BRZ Orders Stopped
Those who planned to order a new Toyota 86 or Subaru BRZ may not get exactly the model they wanted. According to CarBuzz , Subaru's Japanese domestic market website says that the company has finished accepting orders for the BRZ, meaning customers must settle for cars that remain on dealer …
NewsToyota Supra Could Finally Get a Manual Gearbox
What’s missing on the Toyota GR Supra ? Of course the answer is a manual gearbox. The car’s chief engineer has repeatedly said that Toyota has no intention to offer one and wants to stick with the eight-speed automatic. Well, it looks like the company may have changed its mind.

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Episodes
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.
Episodes
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?
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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 …
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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?