The new Sequoia is among the most statistically impressive three-rows on sale. Pros Huge fuel economy gains Seriously improved towing capacity Thoughtful and easy third-row access Cons Unsettled ride quality Interior quality fails to match the price tag Mushy brake pedal saps confidence The oldest known specimen of Sequoiadendron giganteum lived for 3,266 years in the Converse Basin Grove
We couldn't even dream that the Yaris would become the best-handling car in its class. Even with the weakest engine, it easily copes with city traffic, with low consumption and extremely rich safety equipment. It really impressed us with its great performance and low consumption. Of course, there is also a hybrid variant on offer, which is by far
Pros Affordable Smooth ride Well equipped Cons No electrification Cramped rear seats Sluggish acceleration The Toyota Aygo X (pronounced Cross) is the Japanese giant’s bet on the future of the city car; a small, nippy hatchback with the styling of an SUV and raised suspension. It looks ideally suited to Britain’s often less than ideal roads, which are strewn
You can probably imagine how the conversation went in the office when an invite to drive a pre-production version of a facelifted Toyota Corolla arrived. Not even an all-new model, but a facelift, which also isn’t scheduled to go on sale until 2023. Be still those beating hearts, for you are at risk of putting the planet off its
Finally, we have a hot hatch version of the Toyota Corolla that we have been waiting for a long time, but it should be noted that in these first official pictures, the version is only for North America.The GR Corolla was taken care of by Gazoo Racing, which primarily provided a 1.6-liter three-cylinder turbo engine that has 300 hp
Bold new electric SUV from Toyota with 280-mile range At a glance New price £41,950 - £51,950 Lease from new From £526 p/mView lease deals Used price £34,530 - £45,100 Used monthly cost From £862 per month Fuel economy Not tested to latest standards View pre-2017 economy specs PROS Two- and four-wheel drive available Industry-leading warranty Big model range,
Toyota has been making hybrids for well over 20 years, but the all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra's i-Force Max hybrid powertrain is something new, at least for Toyota. While Toyota's other hybrids (most notably the Prius) use a parallel system (where a gasoline engine and two electric motor-generators connect to a planetary gearset transmission), the i-Force Max—which will also serve
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