For 2018, Toyota offers a solid lineup of sedans in a wide price range. From the affordable Yaris to the luxurious Avalon, you'll find lots of great options in technology, performance, and safety. Some of the cars have the advanced Toyota Safety Sense technology and Entune multimedia system. Available with HD Radio, SiriusXM, Aha, and...
The 2018 Toyota Prius continues the long line of tradition by presenting an incredible exterior with a powertrain featuring lithium-ion batteries on almost all versions. As always, the Prius gives you excellent fuel efficiency, with the plug-in model of the Prime going 25 miles in EV mode.
Trucks and SUVs are two of the most popular automotive segments today. Whether you need to move it, climb over it, or haul it, there are tons of options out there! While a lot of competitors duke it out with their crossovers, there is still a lot of fierce competition in the pickup segment.
Could the 2018 Toyota Highlander be the ultimate mid-size crossover SUV? It can seat up to eight on three rows of seats, it’s versatile, the engine is strong, and despite its practical roots, it still retains a semblance of style.
The 2017 Toyota Tacoma is a leader in the midsize segment and for a good reason. Toyota built a smaller truck with exceptional dependability and off-highway capability. This truck is for more than hauling your construction materials; it combines performance with the off-road lifestyle you desire.
In its over 51 years of existence the Toyota Corolla has sold 44 million units, making it the most successful car of all-time. The reason behind the model’s success is simple. The Corolla is available for a great value, it’s incredibly reliable, and very good on gas.
The sales numbers for the first five months of 2017 are in (compiled by PickupTrucks.com) and they once again prove that Americans love pickup trucks. Specifically, American drivers love big American trucks.