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2013 Toyota 86 Review

Such a mixed bag of emotions come with owning a Toyota 86, well for me at least. I gave up a very capable and happiness inducing Mk6 VW Golf GTI to pursue the Japanese sports car. Buying the 86 was a frustrating experience, the dealership (South Melbourne Toyota) was horrible to deal with but I wanted this car and I was determined to have it in my driveway...

1995 Toyota Corolla Review

(This is actually a review for my 1993 Corolla Levin GT-Apex, AE101, (JDM)) This is my 1993 Toyota Corolla Levin GT-Apex. i have had this car for at least four years. as far as reliability goes, one of the best. can't fault it there, being a Toyota. Air-con is icy cold, which is surprising for a '93 model. i drive this car every day, And absolutely love how well it grips the road...

1999 Toyota Corolla Review

There's something about pre-tech cars that makes you smile. There's also things that make you only spend a short time with these cars before hopping back in something modern. Back in the day, sat nav was something in sci fi movies, and CD players where something people had only in their lounge rooms. Cars were for transport, and things like Bluetooth and Siri were just pipe-dreams...

2014 Toyota Camry Review

You wouldn't call the Toyota Camry Atara S a sports car, with the ‘S' what you actually get is a slightly sportier version of the standard 4 cylinder Camry, let's look at the package. The Camry Atara S is a 4 cylinder, front wheel drive, 5 seat sedan with a 5 Star ANCAP rating. ABS brakes, Vehicle Stability Control (VCS), Traction Control (TRC) and Airbags, including Side Curtain Airbags are all standard...

1996 Toyota CELICA Review

Style over substance has always seemed to be Toyota's motto when producing the Celica over a 35 year lifespan. The sports coupe was always eye catching but was lackluster when it came to performance excluding of course the GT4 models and final incarnation. I've lived with a 96 Celica for three years now and it is the perfect example of a car that is all show and no go...

1989 Toyota Landcruiser Review

From the shell-shocked battle fields of the Middle East through to the urban sprawl of inner city Sydney the term LandCruiser is synonymous with quality, reliability, and an uncanny ability to power on despite all odds. While the current iteration is every bit as refined as its European equivalents (and every bit as expensive) the earlier LandCruiser's were more, agricultural, to put it politely...

2003 Toyota Landcruiser Prado GXL (4x4) Review

Excellent reliability an durability are the features of this vehicle, at 440,000 country km's, and vibration, it has handled it all gracefully. Fuel economy isn't like the new one's, but it's low maintenance requirements- beyond oil changes and timing belt, balance those to some degree! When we purchased our Prado we were the second owners, at 80,000km...

2015 Toyota Aurion At-x Review

The 2015 aurion facelift brings additional features to base model such as smart entry and push button start plus park assist. The engine continues to provide outstanding performance well ahead of the equivalent falcon or commodore. I have seen 0-100 runs in the high 5s and low 6s which is very fast for a family sedan and is well into v8 territory...

2012 Toyota Yaris Yrs Review

Fuel usage is good. Ride ok. Space good. Gearbox is good and so is the 1.5ltr engine. The boot can hold a good side suit case and the seats being able to be put down or split is a good thing. Engine runs well around city and also at 100kmph. cruise control is a great feature. Safety is good in this car. Colouring is a bit out there...

2014 Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport Review

I bought my corolla ascent sport a year ago and in the test drive I did not realise how uncomfortable the front seats were.They feel hard and dont provide any support to my back. I really only noticed this months after I bought the car. I drive alot in my job but dont have the same problem in earlier model corollas or yaris...

2012 Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport Review

Bought one of the last old models in August 2012 as a run around three years and 80,000kms later has to be one of the best cars I have ever owned. Performance from the 1.8 VVT engine is brisk with excellent performance kicking in from 2500 to 4500 rpm .Economy is a welcome surprise, to date Ihave averaged 6...