A fresh face and a new hybrid option signal update time for Toyota’s outrageously styled small SUV.
Despite a 16-month wait since the launch of the hatch, the new Corolla sedan has arrived and follows closely in the fine-form footsteps of its five-door sibling.
If you're the man running sales and marketing at Norweld, one of Australia’s better known tray and canopy manufacturers, chances are you aren’t going to leave your Toyota 79 Series LandCruiser stock. In fact, there’s a fair chance you are going to throw the kitchen sink at it...
New, improved, and in some respects vastly different to the model it replaces. Is the 2019 HiAce better or worse off for its modern makeover?
Now boosted with advanced safety tech, is Toyota's HiLux the pick of single-cab work utes?
We spend all day recommending cars, but rarely do we ever put our own money down for them. With the all-new Toyota Supra-BMW Z4 collaboration finally hitting the streets, Paul Maric put his money where his mouth is.
Why go to the effort and expense of removing your standard 4WD tyres for some new ones? Because they're better. Not in every sense, but in the ones that count. After a big few days getting an ARB GVM upgrade, bullbar and winch, along with the Norweld tray and canopy installed onto our 2018 Toyota LandCruiser 79 Series, it wasn't long until it was booked in to Solve Offroad in western Sydney, the preferred dealers and specialists in BFGoodrich tyres...
Sipping less than four litres of fuel per 100km, is the Toyota Prius still the best option for buyers after an efficient hybrid vehicle?
The Toyota 86 GT manual is the perfect pure enthusiast's sports car, but is its age starting to show?
Coming on to the main straight of Sydney Motorsport Park at around 130km/h is something I’ve done before. Never sideways though. Luckily, it’s drift king Keiichi Tsuchiya behind the wheel, not me. I’m strapped into the passenger seat of a Toyota Supra GR while ‘KT’ is doing the wheelwork and flinging Toyota’s halo car into a perfect four-wheel drift...
Toyota’s new grand-van plan falls short of the lofty mark set by its long-running predecessor, but opens up a new corporate growth opportunity.