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2020 Toyota Granvia VX review

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.

2019 Toyota 86 GTS Apollo Blue review

Rear-drive, front-engined with a manual transmission. The 86 GTS Apollo Blue is fundamentally a driver's car. But it's also pricey...

2020 Toyota Supra GR review

The new Toyota Supra has sparked controversy from all corners of the internet, but are the haters jumping the gun? Paul Maric gets behind the wheel to find out.

2019 Toyota RAV4 GXL Hybrid AWD review

An improved all-rounder with an added injection of fuel-saving hybrid tech, the new RAV4 GXL looks set to become a favourite with Aussie families.

The 79 Series LandCruisers of the Melbourne 4X4 Show

We'd wager a bet that the 79 Series LandCruiser is the most modified vehicle in Australia.

2019 Toyota Tarago review: Farewell

As the Toyota Tarago prepares to say goodbye to Australia, we take one last trip around the block in the car that defined the segment it’s about to bow out of.

2019 Toyota 86 GTS auto review

Can the Dynamic Performance Pack lift the Toyota 86 GTS's credentials as a proper driver's sports car?

2019 Toyota RAV4 Cruiser Hybrid AWD review

Been told you'll need to wait 6 months for your new RAV4? It's one of the most in-demand SUVs on the road, so Paul Maric wanted to find out whether it's worth the wait.

Buying and Modifying a Toyota LandCruiser 79 Series: Part 4

There are many things the 2018 Toyota LandCruiser 79 Series does well. Audio, satellite navigation, Bluetooth clarity, phone connectivity and smartphone integration - those features we bundle under the term 'infotainment' in other words - are not among them. Not even on the consideration set as a matter of fact. The 79's infotainment is somewhere between awful and non existent...

2019 Toyota Camry SX review

Big, powerful, and with a lightly sporting flavour, the Toyota Camry SX V6 adheres to a traditional Aussie family car formula.

Buying and Modifying a Toyota LandCruiser 79 Series: Part 3

While 4x4 utes need no introduction to the Australian automotive landscape these days, tastes are changing. Once upon a time, the only guys who were fitting trays to their 4WDs were folks needing to shift hay bales and pallets around the place, and a simple flat bed of steel or timber was often the easiest and best solution...