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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.
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 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.
A great all-rounder and a blank slate for whatever you want to throw at it.
The midsize SUV for those on the hunt for a pure and simple ride.
The C-HR looks neat, but there are far better options in this hotly contested segment.
Not the most thrilling three-row SUV, but one that's reliable and should last until the kids are grown and out of the house.
The latest Camry has gone under the knife for better looks and a drive that may just satisfy enthusiasts.
The 2017 Toyota Corolla is a good car for those who just want a simple, reliable commuter.
The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime adds much flexibility and efficiency to the Prius's eco package with its electric range, but its compromises can make it more frustrating to live with.
Toyota's smallest car offers big upgrades in both the looks and tech departments.
With two brand new minivans in the segment, Toyota dropped its own revision at a perfect time.