Welcome to the future: the hydrogen-powered Mirai is the EV you fill up in just five minutes At a glance New price £49,995 - £64,995 Lease from new From £672 p/mView lease deals Used price £36,295 - £44,220 Used monthly cost From £906 per month Fuel economy Not tested to latest standards View pre-2017 economy specs Insurance group 34How
Latest small SUV is good to drive and economical Is the Toyota Yaris Cross any good? If you're in the market for a small SUV, you're never going to complain that there isn't enough choice out there. With models from Audi to Volvo on offer, there really is something for everyone. And yet, into this mosh pit of new
What's planned through 2024? Read on. The world will very much continue despite the coronavirus pandemic currently sweeping the globe. Although it's way too soon to know when life will return to normal, automakers are still preparing future models. Today, a massive leak has been exposed thanks to AllCarNews on Instagram revealing what Toyota and Lexus have planned through
We get behind the wheel of the second-generation Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car VerdictToyota has learned a great deal about fuel cell cars since the first Mirai was released back in 2014 - and it shows. The new model is improved in pretty much every measurable way, and most subjective ones, too. While limited refuelling options, a cramped
The verdict: Sky-high fuel efficiency with front- or all-wheel drive remains the main draw for Toyota’s iconic Prius hybrid, even as the aging current generation grows less competitive in other ways. Versus the competition: When Toyota unveiled this generation of the Prius more than five years ago, we lauded the car’s advancements in handling and interior quality. The intervening
The current-generation Toyota Corolla rolled out in 2019 as a hatchback, then followed in 2020 with a sedan and the model line’s first-ever hybrid variant. The current look is the sportiest one we’ve seen yet, as the Corolla adopted many of the styling cues of the larger Toyota Camry sedan with its gaping grille, muscular lines, and striking lighting
A capable and seriously practical family SUV with hybrid power as standard The Toyota Highlander isn’t a car that’ll be familiar to most people in the UK, but if you live in the USA, Russia or Japan you may well recognise it. This fourth-generation model is the first that’s been available in Western Europe and the UK, with Toyota
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