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Dogs riding in cars are a pretty common scene, as are cats, birds, and all manner of smaller creatures.

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You could try to fix it yourself by disconnecting the battery cables for 10 minutes, but Lexus would rather have you bring the car to a dealership.

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Some replaced airbags will need to be replaced again.

A new report calls out Toyota, FCA, VW, and Mitsubishi for continuing to sell new vehicles in the US that have defective Takata airbags.

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The car maker's R&D arm is close to signing a deal for not only Boston Dynamics, but also Google's Japanese robotics company, Schaft.

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Eight manufacturers recall 12 million more affected vehicles.

About 4.5 million of the affected vehicles are Hondas.

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The new Toyota Prius goes farther on a gallon of gas than any vehicle Consumer Reports has ever tested.

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Similar recall adjustments are expected from the 17 other affected automakers this week.

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The words "they don't make 'em like they used to" couldn't ring truer here.

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It may not be a two-wheeled, self-balancing car, but it's still pretty cool.

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A California woman filmed a strange altercation at a Lancaster gas station when an employee smashed out the taillights of a customer's pick-up for taking too long at a pump.

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In the end, there can be only one. Which would you choose?

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Toyota Prius gets the low-rider treatment and we kind of like it.

Japan-based Wald International unveils an aftermarket kit for the world's best-selling hybrid. Finally.

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The latest reports from Austria indicate that the joint BMW/Toyota sports car program will be produced by Magna Steyr and launch in 2018.

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It's been gone from the US since 2014, but sales elsewhere will finally end.

After a decade of production, Toyota is finally pulling the plug on the FJ Cruiser – a rough-and-tumble (and uniquely stylish) off-roader in a sea of mild-mannered crossovers.

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After putting more than one million miles on his 2007 Tundra, Toyota is giving Victor Sheppard a brand new one.

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Companies are using balloons, planes and other high-tech apparatuses to provide WiFi in underserved areas. In Australia, they're using Land Cruisers.

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Sales will peak at 20 million in 2018.

GM, Ford, and Honda are in good shape through 2020, according to the latest Car Wars study.

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It's like a time machine that likes to go sideways.

What's it like drifting a performance car that's using decades-old technology? Find out right here.

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But it's only a concept, for now.

Designed in Australia and built in Japan, the GT86 Shooting Brake is fully functional. Toyota says there are no plans for production for now.

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But don't look for this capability in the US.

Properly equipped and thanks to new heat management tech, the latest Toyota Prius will tow a trailer up to 1,600 pounds.

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It would make the 2020 Olympics look extra shiny and clean.

Toyota will reportedly broaden the Mirai lineup with a smaller, cheaper model for Japan, and it will launch in 2019 just before the Tokyo Olympics. The launch would be the perfect time to take advantage of the country's hydrogen push.

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