Posts from ‘Toyota’
Class: Subcompact Car
Miles driven: 524
Fuel used: 10.7 gallons
Chicago radio legends Steve and Johnnie take the 2018 Toyota Camry XLE for a video test drive. What did they think of their test vehicle? Watch and find out.
On a per-person basis, Americans buy more new cars than do the Japanese. In 2017, for example, American buyers snatched up roughly 17.3 million cars and light trucks. That works out to approximately one car for every 18 U.S. residents.
First, let me allay your fears: This is not THE redesigned 2019 Corolla; it’s the redesigned 2019 Corolla Hatchback, which will be sold alongside the existing 2018 Corolla sedan when the Hatchback hits dealer showrooms in July. (When asked about a corresponding 2019 Corolla sedan, a Toyota rep gave the usual, ”We can’t comment on future products” line. But chances are strong it’s coming by the end of 2018.)
Why would Aston Martin, a British company known for building ultra-luxury high-performance coupes, contract with Japanese automaker Toyota to build an Aston-branded version of one of the smallest, least-powerful Toyota-built cars on the market? Turns out there’s a good answer to that question, but it gets a little complicated.
It can be a tricky quest for a company: How to attract new customers without alienating the old. And in this case, “old” has kind of a double meaning.
Class: Midsize Crossover/SUVs
Miles driven: 722
Fuel used: 40.2 gallons
Class: Large SUV
Miles driven: 1096
Fuel used: 79.9 gallons
At the 2018 New York Auto Show, Toyota unveiled a redesigned version of one of the most important vehicles in its model lineup. The 2019 Toyota RAV4 gets a new platform, updated powertrains, a new top-line all-wheel-drive system, and new technology features.