You, the readers, made a point about some equally cool wagons not making the cut. So here we are.
Toyota’s top-spec small sedan takes a positive step upmarket.
With an extra-long wheelbase and frugal diesel power plant, is this HiAce a better pick than a 4x4 ute?
Runout pricing for Toyota's enduringly popular big Kluger SUV adds value to the proposition. Is base specification the one to buy?
The ute that keeps councils, couriers and rental fleets running leads the 4x2 sales race with good reason.
Design and engine controversies aside, the Supra follows the 86 as another Toyota sports car that delivers for drivers. But should you hold off for now?
Stepping out of a luxurious Porsche Macan and into a Toyota HiAce work van, would Peter McKay struggle to find nice things to write?
Toyota’s latest-generation RAV4 has stormed to the top of the sales charts and is currently our favourite mid-sized SUV. But does it still appeal in its most basic form?
Rapidly dwindling sex appeal aside, the Prius continues to make a case for its own existence – even amid an onslaught of head-turning competitors.
Despite being Toyota's lowest-selling 4x4 or SUV, the Fortuner is a solid, off-road-capable family wagon. And in 2020, it's now safer.
In parts one and two, we explored the process of buying a car from Japan, discussed some of the concerns likely to cause trepidations, the costs and what it’s actually like to go ahead with it. Now, we’ll finally meet the car, check out some other interesting things enthusiasts are currently bringing over, and discover whether it was all worth it...