2012 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab 4×4 Review

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Sometimes it takes an old school truck like this Tacoma to reaffirm that the simple virtues are best. Take the key to the Tacoma, for example. It’s small, light weight, and unpretentious looking. And you actually need to insert it into a slot on the steering column and twist it clockwise to start the Tacoma. After testing an endless stream of keyless entry vehicles

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2012 Toyota Prius c Review

Expert Reviews Feature Articles hybrid Toyota

The Prius is the Japanese version of the Swiss Army Knife. You can buy a lot of different versions to fit your needs. There’s original Prius, which Toyota now terms the “liftback” model in order to distinguish it from the recently introduced “V” version, a stretched model with roomier interior. Now a third version is coming on line called “c” for city transport. The Prius c is a smaller and significantly lighter offspring of the world’s most successful hybrid vehicle. It weighs nearly 600 pounds less than any other Prius, and costs significantly less as well.

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Table of Contents – Editorial Car Reviews, Feature Articles

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A comprehensive list of all the Expert Car Reviews and feature articles published on CarReview.com [updated 10/11/2011]

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Teen Drivers, Children and Seniors Benefit From Toyota Tests at Collaborative Safety Research Center

Feature Articles Toyota

As part of a new era of openness mandated from CEO Akio Toyoda , Toyota opened their doors to the media at their Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC) at the York Township, Michigan Toyota Technical Center

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Redesigned 2012 Toyota Camry Launched Today – First driving impressions, more power and better fuel economy

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Toyota’s redesigned 2012 Camry mid-size sedan was launched today simultaneously in Los Angeles, Detroit, New York City and the Toyota- owned plant in Georgetown, Kentucky

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2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser Review – Be all you can be, with the FJ Team Trails Special Edition

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Ten Hut you army wannabes! Fall in you Hummer chums! Toyota has a new dog tag for camouflaged ammo fans. It’s called the Upgrade Package 3 ($3,650) on the $26,880 FJ Cruiser.

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2012 Toyota Prius v Wagon Review – Building upon the success of Toyota’s popular hybrid

Expert Reviews hybrid Toyota

A couple of years ago, 3 of us set out on wine country safari in a second generation Prius 4-door. By the end of the day, the cabin of that car was beginning to feel very small.

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2011 Toyota Highlander Review

Expert Reviews Toyota

The Toyota stylists who freshened the look of the Highlander for 2011 did not do its front fascia any favors.

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2011 Toyota Corolla Review – A demure compact car with esprit de corps

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I love this car more from the back seat than from the front seat. That’s because it’s more rewarding to be a passenger in the Corolla than its driver.

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Scion FR-S Concept Revealed at New York Auto Show

Press and News Scion Toyota

The return of the affordable, sensible, fun-to-drive coupe By Greg Gaillard FR-S stands for Front-engine, Rear-wheel drive, Sport. Pretty simple. Jack Hollis, VP of Scion, personally believes it should stand for Friggin’ Really Sweet, but the legal department at Toyota was NOT feeling the same way. Initially people questioned Toyota’s investment in Subaru. GM had […]

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