Tests and Features

Test Drives2019 Toyota Sienna: Long in the Tooth3.5/5
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 FJ4.0/5
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 Good4.0/5
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 …
First Drives2020 Toyota Corolla: The Beige Corolla is Dead… Almost4.5/5
Toyota has completely redesigned and improved the Corolla sedan for 2020, a year after introducing the new Corolla Hatchback. The Japanese automaker aimed to make the Corolla more dynamic and more attractive to young drivers. And to ensure no one ever calls it “beige” again, the PR staff at the …
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