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The Toyota 4Runner hasn't had a major update in ages, but for 2020, it gets a few noteworthy improvements.
Toyota's venerable Tacoma gets a few welcome comfort and tech updates for 2020.
Getting all-wheel-drive traction in a Prius requires few sacrifices.
Toyota's legendary sports car is back, and while the haters would have you believe it's a poseur, the truth is more nuanced.
With some slight adjustments, the Q60 could be a contender, especially in Red Sport 400 guise.
If you thought the Corolla was too vanilla before, the 2020 model might change your opinion.
If you don't mind the old-feeling bits underneath, the RAV4 won't let you down.
Toyota's three-row crossover still has plenty to offer, but is in need of an update.
The competition provides more of what interests today's luxury sports sedan buyer.
The first US-market Corolla Hybrid requires essentially no sacrifices to get fantastic gas mileage.
The 2019 Toyota Camry should be on your short list for a competent, though not thrilling, commuter.
If you’re not looking for a “driver’s car,” but rather a sensible car with a dash of style, the Corolla Hatchback is mighty appealing.
For the most part, the Toyota 86 is aging gracefully, and it offers one of the most fun-to-drive experiences of any new car on the market today.
If you want newfangled tech but a traditional luxury feel, the QX50 is worth your attention.
The latest full-size SUV is improved, but struggles to keep up with a healthy group of competitors.
The Q50 Red Sport has a lot going for it, but it also has a tough time overcoming its faults.
While not the sportiest crossover on the market, this three-row family-hauler is a satisfying and comfortable ride.
A great all-rounder and a blank slate for whatever you want to throw at it.