Put the pedal to the … medal. Nonprofit Consumer Reports named its top 10 2019 picks for cars, SUVs and trucks Thursday in D.C. See the list.
Toyota has jumped into the mini compact crossover market with a new stylish Ute that stands out. The new C-HR is also a value buy with many safety and convenience features at a lower-than-expected price.
Toyota is recalling 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace potentially deadly Takata front passenger air bag inflators.
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The recall covers the 2003 to 2005 Corolla, the 2002 to 2005 Sequoia, the 2003 to 2005 Tundra and the 2002 to 2005 Lexus SC.
The recall is due to springs in the engine valve that could cause severe damage to the engine and stall the car while driving, risking an accident.
Toyota is recalling 2018 and 2019 Tundra pickups and Sequoia SUVs as well as 2019 Avalon sedans.
The recall applies to some Toyota Prius and Auris hybrids made from October 2008-November 2014. The vehicles might fail to enter a “failsafe” driving mode, lose power and stall.
The recall covers Toyota’s Prius, Prius plug-in hybrid and C-HR SUV. The vehicles were produced between June 2015 and May 2018.
A new report revealed certain Toyota and Chrysler minivan models fell short of expectations in safeguarding occupant safety.
WTOP’s Mike Parris said Toyota’s Tacoma TRD Pro is a special truck that’s ready to go anywhere. The Tacoma Limited impresses with a more luxurious version of the versatile, midsize truck that’s a great seller.
What makes the Toyota so special in the compact crossover market? WTOP Car Guy Mike Parris spent a week with the $30,088 mid-grade 2017 XLE AWD to see what this popular machine is all about.
Looking for a compact crossover with good fuel economy? WTOP car reviewer Mike Parris says you’d better look at the RAV4 Hybrid.
Toyota adds a bit more styling and a sporty edge to the popular Rav4 with the new SE trim level.
Toyota is recalling about 5.8 million vehicles in Japan, Europe, China and other countries to replace potentially deadly Takata air bag inflators.
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