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The TRD stamp of approval is on more Toyotas than ever

The TRD stamp of approval is on more Toyotas than ever.

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Toyota is hush on specs, but the car is plenty of fun behind the wheel

Toyota is hush on in-progress specifications, but the car offers plenty of fun behind the wheel.

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Probably not the upgrade you've been waiting for

Probably not the upgrade you've been waiting for.

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Toyota's icon is no longer the obvious go-to truck

Toyota's icon is no longer the obvious go-to truck.

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From CR-V and Cherokee, to RAV4 and Rogue, they're all here.

From CR-V and Cherokee, to RAV4 and Rogue, they're all here.

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Toyota's king is back near the top of the pile

Toyota's king is back near the top of the pile.

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A spirited drive reaffirms our love for this little hybrid

This week, we had a 2018 Prius C Four in our test fleet. It had been a while since I'd driven the C, but remember liking it more than the standard Prius — at least that was true a generation ago. Since then I've driven updated Priuses and Prius Primes. So when the C arrived, I snatched the keys and drove it home — a 40-mile commute through city streets, rush-hour highway traffic and a little stretch of curvy roads to top it off. I was eager to try to remember why my vague memory of t

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Not a hot hatch, but an enjoyable – even fun – commuter

This new Corolla could actually be owned by someone who cares about cars and driving. Perhaps not as their top priority in life or behind the wheel, but there's also enough here in terms of style, character and driver engagement to actually put the 2019 Corolla on the map for those with more discerning compact car tastes. And, moving beyond comparisons to that gold Corolla currently parked 23 inches from the curb across the street, the latest version is also a definite improvement over its immed

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A revamped segment benchmark still leads the way

If the 2019 Toyota Avalon isn't fit enough to survive, then the entire full-size sedan species is doomed to extinction. It's really simple as that, because as the new-and-improved replacement for a car that was already well-entrenched as the segment benchmark, it stands the best chance of coaxing customers away from an onslaught of SUVs and similarly priced smaller sedans with fancier badges. Perhaps it could even snag a few people not yet old enough to collect Social Security.

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This Signature model is based on a 1981 FJ43.

Is this the $210,900 restomod for you?

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How to stay below the radar in a $200k vintage Toyota Land Cruiser

Old School lets you stay below the radar in a $200k vintage Toyota Land Cruiser

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The Camry is no longer just a rolling appliance.

Good, and not just for a Camry.

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It's great off-road, but how does this popular SUV perform everywhere else?

It's now year nine since a full redesign, yet this oldie is a goodie.

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There's part of the Prius Prime experience worth loving.

It's a decent drive, for 25 miles.

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