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Toyota Crown

Price $51,990 – $61,690
Fuel consumption 5.6 – 8.1 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 82%(view ratings)
Reviving a nameplate that goes back to 1955 in Japan, the Crown was introduced last year in Canada as an indirect replacement for the departed Avalon. It’s a high-riding, mid-to-large sedan that aims to attract customers who would otherwise consider an SUV. There’s nothing like it on the road today. All Crown models feature a hybrid powertrain including the Limited (2.5-litre engine, 236 horsepower, CVT) and Platinum (turbocharged 2.4-litre engine, 340 horsepower, 6-speed automatic transmission).

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Test Drives2023 Toyota Crown: A Crown Without a Kingdom
This is the year we have to say goodbye to the Nissan Maxima , Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger . Oh, and the Kia Stinger , too. Before those the Chevrolet Impala, Volkswagen Arteon and Toyota Avalon all left the segment. The last one, however, is getting pretty unique replacement.
First Drives2023 Toyota Crown: Not Your Ordinary Sedan
It seems like every day we’re reporting about—and crying over—the demise of the traditional sedan here in North America, where people are massively going crazy about SUVs. Despite launching in Japan as a crossover, the all-new Crown is being advertised as a sedan on these shores. Are we missing something, …


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Hybrid/Plug-in HybridYet Another Toyota SUV is Coming, Likely Based on Crown
Toyota today announced that a new AWD-equipped “hybrid electric mid-size SUV” will be coming to Canada and the U.S. shortly. The company wasn’t more specific but promised a vehicle that “goes beyond what's expected.” So, you’re probably asking yourself: how can there be room for another SUV in a lineup …
NewsToyota Crown Sport is a Crossover We’d Love to Have
Toyota has officially introduced the second of four vehicles that will make up the new Crown lineup, at least in Japan. Called Crown Sport, it’s a sleek crossover that looks very much like the concept we saw last year and addresses our biggest complaint about the Crown we have here: …
News2023 Toyota Crown to Start at $45,590 in Canada
The all-new 2023 Toyota Crown will not arrive in Canadian dealerships this fall as initially announced but rather early in 2023. The company today released pricing details for its unique, hybrid-only sedan offering and Avalon replacement. Let’s start with the Crown XLE, which carries a base MSRP of $45,590. Standard …
Hybrid/Plug-in HybridToyota Boss Confirms Crown Prime PHEV for North America
Since Toyota resists embracing EVs and instead prefers to focus on hybrids, it’s safe to expect more models of the latter to join the lineup in the near future. In fact, some of the Japanese automaker’s current vehicles are exclusively available with a hybrid powertrain, such as the Sienna minivan …
NewsToyota, Lexus Extend Connected Services Trials to 10 Years
Connected services in cars and via mobile apps are rapidly spreading across the auto industry. Many customers love them—until the free trials end and they have to start paying monthly fees to keep using these services. Good news if you plan to buy a new Toyota or Lexus : the …
NewsToyota Crown Family Includes Three More Body Styles
The all-new 2023 Toyota Crown that made its global debut last Friday will hit the Canadian market later this year in the form of a bold, high-riding sedan—and a replacement for the departed Avalon in a world obsessed with SUVs and crossovers. But as we saw during Toyota’s presentation, the …
New Models2023 Toyota Crown is the Avalon Replacement You Never Expected
After eliminating the Avalon in Canada for 2022, Toyota will do the same in the U.S. for 2023. That makes perfect sense—consumers no longer seem to care about conventional full-size sedans. However, the automaker has found a surprising and intriguing replacement. Meet the all-new 2023 Toyota Crown! A Sedan for …


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