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2015 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Kakadu (4x4) Review

I was in the market for a premium SUV fit for the family. At the time I had eyes on the Range Rover Sport and Grand Cherokee, then I saw the Prado Kakadu. (Mind you I had a 2011 GXL at the time) I thought hard and decided to go Toyota again. Due to my frequent long distance commuting, I liked it, it had all the bells and whistles but with luxury and was good with fuel...

2010 Toyota Corolla Conquest Review

This was my first Toyota of any type and I was curious when I purchased it to find out what the attraction was. I was aware of their reputation and how popular they were but what would my ownership experience be like? After five years I can say that what is does well is that it does nothing badly. BUT I never formed a 'bond' with the car nor did it make me want to buy another one...

2015 Toyota Camry Rz S.e. Review

The Camry’s latest freshening is substantial. All the bodywork is new save the roof, and the curves flow more organically than before. Most models carry a simple five-bar chrome grille, but a gaping, black-mesh snout distinguishes the sportier SE and new-for-2015 XSE trims. It’s a cyborg catfish, but one you can take home to meet the parents...

2013 Toyota Corolla Levin Sx Review

I do love my 2013 Corolla as it has sporty looks and reliable as what Toyota's are known for although the Corolla needs more power and torque could have atleast have a 2...

1997 Toyota Landcruiser Gxl 40th Ann Le (4x4) Review

Unfortunately I'm now no longer an owner of my 80 series Landcruiser. For around eight years the Landcruiser was a part of my life and I had no intentions of selling it, unfortunately sometimes things in life don't always go the way you've planned and my beloved 80 series was unfortunately destroyed in a high speed rollover...

1999 Toyota Camry Review

The Toyota Camry has been a staple household name in Australia for over 3 decades. For many, it's been a dependable and practical family car. For others, it's the bane of all driving enjoyment. Regardless of what you may think, it will soon be remembered in history as the last car to be manufactured in Australia...

2015 Toyota 86 Review

Over the previous few years Toyota has established itself as one of the dullest manufacturers in the industry. This once sporting company who built automotive icons such as the Toyota Supra and AE86 Corolla have spent most of the last decade building cars which primary focus has been economy and reliability and marketing them to a much older age demographic then almost any other manufacturer...

1996 Toyota STARLET Review

If you're tired of seeing the same old car you're driving over and over again on the daily commute to work perhaps you'd do well to look toward something a bit more…'foreign'. Maybe something like this? A 1994 Toyota Starlet GT (not 1996 as stated above). The 1989 to 1995 run of Toyota Starlets were never sold on Australian shores making this quite the uncommon city car and hot hatch combined...

2012 Toyota Corolla Review

It is one of Australian's most popular cars. Most motor enthusiasts will label this vehicle as pedestrian. For practicality & price, it can't be easily surpassed. It fits up to five persons of median height comfortably and there's space for suitcases at the back. It can travel at the speed limits effortlessly and it has a lot of the features expected in a modern car...

1999 Toyota Corolla Review

With an exterior looking like the sad love-child of that billy-cart you made as a kid and those trolleys that old women use to take their groceries home, this 1999 Toyota Corolla has a lot left to be desired in the looks department. And as for the interior, well I'll be kind; it's functional. Very functional...

2000 Toyota Camry Review

Toyota Crown – A cut above the rest. Family wagons have traditionally been a beast of compromise. Whether its performance, comfort & luxury, styling, or just simply interior space, it seems as if something always has to give. Thankfully, that's not the case with the JZS171 series Toyota Crown Estate Athlete V...