The locally made 2012 Toyota Aurion rejuvenates the large car segment at a time when new-car buyers have abandoned it in droves...
The Toyota Yaris has plenty of good points but doesn't set any benchmarks for the city car class.
An all-new Toyota RAV4 arrives in early 2013, but how is the current model stacking up against fresher rivals?
Toyota's baby Prius sets out to bring the benefits of hybrid technology to a wider audience.
The all-new Toyota Camry hybrid has gone on sale with a vast list of improvements and a mission to capture more of the private buyer segment.
Let’s cut right to the chase here: The 2012 Toyota Prius V (we’re ignoring that Toyota’s marketeers use a lower-case v for the name) is an inspired idea. It’s the first of three spin-offs of the iconic Prius hatchback to appear; the Prius Plug-In and the compact Prius C will also join the fleet in 2012.
It's hard to argue with 11 out of 12 years at the top of the small car segment. Toyota's Corolla isn't a bad drive either.
Toyota Australia continues its local manufacturing with the seventh generation Camry launched in Melbourne this week. Prices start from $30,490 for the fleet-favourite Altise and top at $39,990 for the newly introduced Atara SL.
Can a Toyota be fun to drive? It’s a question that’s difficult to contemplate answering in anything but the negative when you consider the company’s current line-up. Corolla, Camry, Aurion, Kluger, RAV4… they’re all competent machines that sell in vast numbers and have plenty of admirable qualities. But driving excitement is not among them...
A sportier look with plenty of features, we drive the new Toyota Yaris.
The new HiLux will still be a top seller, but the drivetrains and safety features are a little off the pace...