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Toyota Camry Hybrid Review

Is the new Camry Hybrid a motoring hedge against future fuel price rises?

Toyota Prius Review - Long Term Update 4

If I had all the money in the world, there would still be a Prius i-Tech sitting in my garage (along side a Bugatti Veyron, Aston Martin V12 Vantage...

Toyota Prius Review - Long Term Update

The new Prius i-Tech is a far more appealing proposition to the outgoing model.

Toyota LandCruiser Prado Review & Road Test

A versatile all-rounder with a generous feature list, Prado is certain to satisfy...

Toyota Prius Review Long Term Update

After one solid month with the new third generation Toyota Prius hybrid my opinion still hasn't changed. It's quite possibly the smartest, yet the most uncool car under $60,000. Whilst I've had the Prius I've also got behind the wheel of two other cars, a Jaguar XF-R and a Lexus IS250C...

Toyota Kluger Review & Road Test

It'll keep Mum watching the road instead of the kids Model Tested: 2009 Toyota Kluger KX-S; 3.5 litre, six-cylinder, petrol; five-speed automatic; SUV - $49,990* Options: Metallic Paint $400 CarAdvice Rating: Here's an interesting fact for you: From the start of 2009 to the end of November, Australians had bought a whopping 168,537 SUVs...

Toyota Prius Review Long Term Introduction

I've spent the greater part of the last five years with nothing good to say about the Toyota Prius, in a way it represented the fear of every passionate car lover. The beginning of the end of traditional cars which cared little about the environment. In my defence, I was right, as 2009 comes to an end every car manufacturer is now focusing on fuel economy even for their high performance cars...

Toyota LandCruiser Prado Review

CarAdvice put Toyota's fourth-generation LandCruiser Prado (the third-generation to be sold in Australia) through its paces yesterday at a lifestyle orientated launch in Orange, NSW. The course was a grueling mixture of off- and on-road exercises aimed to outline just how capable, versatile and practical this successor to the segment leading Prado name has become...

Toyota Yaris Review & Road Test

Small package; big personality Model Tested: 2009 Toyota NCP91R Yaris YRX; 1.5-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; four-speed automatic; three-door hatch - $21,490* CarAdvice Rating: It’s true, good things do come in small packages. Packed with a raft of features as standard, the Toyota Yaris YRX punches well above its weight...

Toyota Camry Review & Road Test

The latest iteration of one of Toyota's best selling appliances. Model Tested: 2009 Toyota Camry Ateva; 2.4-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; five-speed automatic; sedan - $32,490 CarAdvice Rating: Whitegoods on wheels, uninspiring, old man’s car and boring. These are all terms that have become synonymous with the Toyota Camry...

Toyota iQ Review

If this is where small cars are headed, consider me a convert. Model Tested: 2009 Toyota iQ3; 1.3-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; CVT automatic; three-door hatch - $21,560* By Matt Brogan. Tokyo, Japan. This may be the shortest first steer of the smallest car I've yet driven, but my 20 minutes behind the wheel was enough to tell me that if this is where light cars are headed, then consider me a convert...