From CR-V and Cherokee, to RAV4 and Rogue, they're all here.
Quick, what was Toyota's best-selling vehicle in America last year? If you said Camry or Corolla, you were close, but in fact it was the RAV4. It sold over 400,000 units last year, topping the next best-selling Camry by about 20,000 cars. And this was despite the fact that the current RAV4 is roughly 5 years old, and the Camry was completely redesigned, and improved, last year. That makes the RAV4 monumentally important to the Japanese carmaker. Thankfully, though, instead of playing it safe and
Here you'll find all the information you need to make an educated buying decision if you're considering a 2018 Toyota RAV4.
All we have is spy photos and a teaser image.
Expect more rugged styling from Toyota's compact crossover.
You can probably guess which vehicle is the number-one best-seller, but the rest of the results may surprise you.
Rounding out the TRD lineup in the full-size Toyota universe, and adding a trim to the popular RAV4.
The Rogue was Nissan's best selling model in 2016.
This is the third time the company has recalled these cars for this problem.
Toyota will recall the 2016 RAV4, RX350, and ES350 because of a possible manufacturing fault with the brake actuator.
Toyota will recall 1.124 million models of the 2006-2012 RAV4 and 2012-2014 RAV4 EV because a severe accident could cut their seatbelts.
Toyota will air a Spanish-language ad for the RAV4 Hybrid on ESPN Deportes during the Super Bowl half time today. It's all about falling down. Or something.
Toyota is showcasing two racing machines at SEMA this week: the #19 Camry driven by Carl Edwards in the NASCAR Sprint Cup, and the RAV4 entered by Ryan Millen in the Rally America series.
Toyota is recalling 6.5 million vehicles worldwide, including 2 million in the US, because the driver's side window power switch could overheat and cause a fire.
Toyota is recalling a total of 423,500 examples of the RAV4 and RAV4 EV because their windshield wipers can corrode.
This motorcyclist barely has time to get off his bike before a student driver reverses through an intersection and completely backs over it.
Honda, Nissan, and Toyota are expanding their Takata airbag inflator recalls by millions of vehicles worldwide. However, only Nissan and Toyota intend to include more models in the US.