Toyota makes numerous vehicles one would readily associate with the legendary Paris-Dakar rally, but the Prius might not come to mind as the first choice for the Sahara desert. But that's the car a Japanese driver team chose for their 4,350-mile adventure.
The Autoblog staff has driven a lot of vehicles in 2017. This video showcases our least favorite vehicles from this year, along with some thoughts on why they made the list. Wanna read more head over to https://www.autoblog.com/photos/least-favorite-cars-2017/
Hybrids, plug-ins show strong gains at the three-quarter mark, with Fusion Hybrid, Chevy Bolt leading the way.
Toyota complements collision-avoidance, lane-assist, and automatic high-beam deployment features on its Prius C compact hybrid with improved styling.
Chevy Volt, Ford Focus Hybrid, Nissan Leaf all had strong sales in November.
About 92,000 cars are affected by the recall.
There are no deaths or injuries officially connected to this issue yet.
Power is good. Dual power sources are better.
Toyota Prius, Prime hybrid models get top crash-test ratings by safety and insurance regulators.
The new Toyota Prius goes farther on a gallon of gas than any vehicle Consumer Reports has ever tested.
Japan-based Wald International unveils an aftermarket kit for the world's best-selling hybrid. Finally.
As they developed the Prius Prime, Toyota engineers took customer and driver feedback into account. 22 miles of EV range and 120 MPGe are the result.
Toyota releases a simple taillight picture of the 'next mechanical marvel' coming to the New York Auto Show. What is it? Something Prius-related, it seems.
Bentley and Rolls-Royce both introduce new luxury vehicles while Toyota reveals the 2016 Prius. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on the Weekly Recap edition of Autoblog Minute.