The 2014 Toyota Land Cruiser is a full-size SUV with enormous off-roading talents, an enormous pricetag, and an enormous appetite for gasoline–all qualities that put it at odds with Toyota's lineup of slightly (or majorly) green cars and crossovers. It's an SUV with heritage–with a past filled with safari exploration, desert runs and mountain climbing–and that's likely how it's survived in a ever-greening car culture.There's a still a place in this world (albeit a very low-volume one) for a vehicle that can do all things in all places, that's the space the Land Cruiser hopes to fill.Read More
2014 Toyota Avalon Review
Some of the technologies that will appear in 2014 Avalon was a completely new model for Toyota, 2014 Avalon by applying the Quadra beam front lights. The Avalon is the first Toyota additionally having a Rear Corner Caution Traffic system, which usually warns the onset of trucker vehicles a lot more reverse. If you are thinking of buying a 2014 Toyota Avalon models have four variants available: the base XLE, XLE High quality, XLE Touring, along with the Limited. Even the base model XLE is great equipped with leather seats, normal 2-door smart crucial; soft feel materials, 17″ tires and wheels, braking system and LED taillights; using standard audio tracks controlled with a touch-screen display, along with knobs . Other models offer course all of these and more accessories such as intelligent key to 3-door; brings new heated driver and voyager seats and out of doors mirrors; electrical power moon roof; and rear-view digital camera model for XLE Premium. The other two models bring a lot of equipment but of course ii higher price of the vehicle itself.Read More
2014 Toyota Camry Review
The Toyota Camry is nearly always a finalist for the best-selling passenger car in America, and it's often the winner of the trophy. However, we don't necessarily think it should be the default choice for shoppers looking for a family sedan. Why? While the Camry may have founded its reputation on reliability and pragmatism, it's just not a stand-out in any one thing, from technology or style, to performance or comfort. That's not the say the Camry isn't perfectly acceptable in most regards, and even quite good in others--just that it's not better than some of the competition in most respects. Read More
2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid Review
Just like the previous-generation Camry, the Hybrid version feels about as quick as the base four—possibly a little more so when you tap into full electric-motor boost. And the mileage improvement is phenomenal: 43 mpg city, 39 highway for the LE. Hybrids now come in LE or XLE models, and as before they give up a little trunk space (not as much now though, due to a smaller battery pack). Read More
2014 Toyota Venza From $309/Mo
The 2014 Toyota Venza defies labels, but it suits more drivers than might include it on their shopping lists. Like other SUVs and crossovers, it's technically a wagon, but the Venza looks even more like one than most crossovers. It's a combination of bits and pieces from around the Toyota empire, and yet it can feel more composed and balanced than its donors. With the Venza, Toyota has one of the better five-passenger wagons--what amounts to a grown-out, grown-up hatchback without the artificially styled SUV-ness, but with some extra space and ride height for the occasional adventures and excursions. Toyota gave the Venza a light refresh for 2013, and has carried it over mostly intact for 2014. The styling didn't change much, save for the adoption of a stronger, waved grille to the sleek hatchback body. It's knitted together particularly well from various Toyota parts, and its roofline and profile sit lower to the eye than some taller utes. We can't help but think AMC Eagle from many angles, and that's a good thing. The cabin's perfectly functional, but trim and materials are more serviceable than sexy. There's a bit too much hard plastic in contact with driver and passenger knees than you might expect in a vehicle that can cost well over $30,000. Read More
2014 Toyota Corolla From $179/Mo
When we first saw photos of the 11th-generation Toyota Corolla, it got us thinking about the AE86. To drifters and import hot-rodders, the twin-cam, rear-drive AE86 Corollas of the 1980s are venerated icons. Given the aggressive (for Toyota) styling of the new Corolla we felt a twinge of hope because when the Corolla went front-drive in the late 1980s, it also went to sleep. There's nothing wrong with a good afternoon nap, of course, and the 39-plus-million Corollas sold thus far have provided countless reliable miles to their owners. But few have been fun. Three trim levels (L, LE, and S) carry over from last year’s model, and Toyota adds a new high-mileage variant, dubbed LE Eco. There's no denying the new Corolla is a visual step up from the current version that blends into the background so quickly as to be darn near invisible. With design cues shared with the recent Furia concept, the face has more character, aided by sculpted LED headlamps that are now standard on all Corollas. There are token fender flares and the rear design seems rather upmarket for the compact segment, if a bit generic. Wind-tunnel work yielded a flatter underbody, the S and LE Eco getting closeout panels underneath for better aero-efficiency.Read More
2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser From $369/Mo
The 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser simply rocks off-road. Its supple suspension articulation enables it to clamber over boulders, tree roots and most anything else. On pavement, the FJ handles better than you might expect. The steering is precise and the ride is smooth over most types of pavement. At the same time, the V6 engine is able to get the FJ up to speed in quick fashion, and the automatic transmission shifts smoothly and accurately. Wind noise on the highway is often noticeable due to the vehicle's blocky exterior shape. Though not the best midsize SUV in terms of versatility, the 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser more than makes up for it thanks to its distinctive style and superior off-road ability. Read More
2014 Toyota Highlander From $289/Mo
The Toyota Highlander is completely new for 2014. After seven successful model years, the Toyota Highlander has been redesigned and re-engineered to enhance its strengths. The new version is bigger and roomier. It's also been made more powerful, though not at the expense of fuel economy. The 2014 Toyota Highlander is larger than its predecessor in every dimension. Those larger dimensions add up to increased cargo and passenger volume. The 2014 Toyota Highlander is an even better people mover than its predecessor. The second row can slide forward and back, and the third-row seat changes from an afterthought to a space hospitable for children and capable of carrying adults. Read More
2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid From $349/Mo
Growing families, put that Tahoe angst out of your mind. There's no reason to believe that your future lies in some hulking sport-utility based on a gas-swilling pickup truck. The Toyota Highlander was a crossover before crossovers were cool, and the Highlander Hybrid is close to being the ultimate crossover. The 2014 Highlander Hybrid is an exceptionally versatile package that allows you to haul the kids and their lanky pals in happy comfort without experiencing unnecessary gas pump trauma. It's always quiet and hassle-free, just like the neighbor's kid (not your own), and its green-friendly powertrain takes some of the guilt out of the constant motorized errands that are part of raising a young family. Read More
2014 Toyota Land Cruiser From $799/Mo
The 2014 Toyota Land Cruiser is distinguished by a rare mix of effortless highway performance, everyday comfort, and authentic, four-wheel-drive capability. It's built for those willing to pay for a very broad range of operating capabilities, more costly to buy, but you get what you pay for. Significantly improved economy, safety and luxury are all part of the package. Read More
2014 Toyota Prius From $299/Mo
The 2014 Toyota Prius is a midsize hatchback sedan available in three body styles: standard, base and Touring. The new standard model comes with 15-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry, full power accessories, tilt steering wheel, touchscreen controls, a hybrid system display and a six-speaker stereo with CD player. The base model (in name only) adds cruise control, different wheels and heated sideview mirrors. Read More
2014 Toyota Sequoia From $649/Mo
The 2014 Toyota Sequoia is significantly larger than last year's model and boasts a powerful 5.7-liter V8 and a fold-flat third-row seat. A new high-line Platinum trim level brings Ferrari-like luxury to the Sequoia lineup. When it comes to full-size SUV ownership, well, you really have to want it these days. Driving a large and imposing vehicle isn't as much of an image enhancement as it was a decade ago, and depending on where you live, spending $70 to fill the tank is a distinct possibility. Read More
2014 Toyota Sienna Review
Built on the same platform as its predecessor and riding on the same 119.3-inch wheelbase, the new Sienna is marginally wider but nearly an inch shorter overall. Exterior styling is all-new and far less anonymous than before; we might even go so far as to call it attractive. The shape is especially slippery, too; Toyota claims a low 0.31coefficient of drag. The newfound style continues inside, where sweeping lines look more interesting and modern than the upright and conservative design of the previous Sienna. Interior plastics are pleasing to the eye, but touching them reveals a hard and slightly cheap-feeling texture. Read More
2014 Toyota Tacoma Review
Always at the head of the pack with consumers, and indeed one of our favorites, the Toyota Tacoma midsize pickup sees no major changes for 2014. Evidently, Toyota is a firm believer in the "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" philosophy. Completely revamped four years ago and sometimes referred to as a compact pickup, the current-generation Tacoma is actually more of a midsize. Versatility is the Tacoma's calling card, as a wide variety of cab styles, bed lengths and trim levels allow one to configure anything from a base standard cab work truck to a luxurious crew cab family truck with stout hauling and towing capabilities. Read More
2014 Toyota Tundra From $309/Mo
Inside the Tundra, it's obvious that the designers placed their emphasis on utility and durability. The ample front seats are accommodating, the storage areas and cupholders are generous in size, and build quality is tight. Soft-touch surfaces are rare, however, and as a result there is a large amount of hard plastic trim. The attractive gauges are not as easy to read as they could be, due to the individual binnacle design. And although the center stack controls are large and well organized, they're quite a stretch to reach from the driver seat, especially in Tundras equipped with navigation. Read More
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