If you’ve been watching the news of late, you’ll have noticed there’s plenty of chatter about the year 1991. For those who haven't been following along, that was the last time Australia was officially in recession and it's been front of mind since September 3 this year, when the Reserve Bank of Australia declared Australia was once again in a recession...
Toyota has left the sub-$20,000 segment for the first time since it began selling cars here in 1959. Is the new Toyota Yaris worth the money?
The station wagon is passé, but midsize SUVs like the Toyota RAV4 just keep rising in popularity.
The origins of Australia’s favourite workhorse date back to 1968 when the original N10 generation Toyota HiLux made its debut in Japan, replacing the Toyopet Light Stout. Since those early days, the HiLux has gone through eight generations. It’s conquered the world too, sold in 180 countries...
Australia’s top-selling vehicle has had its first major overhaul since going on sale in 2015. Has the Toyota HiLux done enough to retain number one?
Australia’s new car market offers a huge range of makes and models, but not every new car gets to explore Australia’s roads – or make new roads of their own. Here’s some of the better 4x4s we miss out on.
The hybrid RAV4 is a runaway success story, but as those who’ve never driven one might be wondering, is Toyota’s crowd-pleasing SUV a little overrated? The answer depends on your priorities.
The 2020 Toyota Prado Kakadu Horizon adds some extra trim to the already highly specified Kakadu, but is it too much? James Ward takes a look on- and off-road to see if we have passed peak-Prado.
Is Toyota's 4x4 king of the hill finally over the hill? We take a top-spec Sahara to find out.
Is the Rogue the sweet spot of Toyota's soon-updated HiLux range? We're not so sure...
You, the readers, made a point about some equally cool wagons not making the cut. So here we are.