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Toyota RAV4 Prime versus Honda CR-V Hybrid

Toyota and Honda have been in competition for decades. The RAV4 and CR-V have been bestselling models for both manufacturers since they first came out in the 1990s. Now the RAV4 and CR-V are in their fifth generation and each model is offering hybrid variants. We spent a week with both of these hybrids to find out which one is best.

Toyota Debuts All-Electric SUV Concept

Toyota envisions a future in which carbon neutrality is achieved through the practical marketization of a portfolio of products with advanced, alternative-fuel and zero-emission powertrain technologies. Already a leader in electrification, the company took a major step forward today with the introduction of the Toyota bZ4X Concept, a vision for the first of a global series of battery-electric vehicles to be introduced under the “Toyota bZ” brand umbrella.

2021 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro CrewMax: A Serious Truck

Toyota’s Tundra has been around for a while now and the company keeps making minor changes to keep this large pickup current. We spent some time with the 2021 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro to determine how capable it is.

Toyota Introduces Second-Generation Mirai Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle as Design and Technology Flagship Sedan

Beauty, technology and a hint of the future come together in Toyota’s new flagship sedan, the all-new 2021 Mirai. The 2016-2020 Mirai was the first production fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) offered for sale to retail customers in North America. Now, for 2021, Toyota has fully rebooted the Mirai as a premium rear-wheel drive sports-luxury FCEV with striking design, cutting-edge technology, more engaging driving performance and a significantly longer EPA-estimated range rating.

2021 Toyota Supra 2.0: The Inappropriate Supra?

Toyota’s Supra has always been powered by a straight six. Why then would they ruin tradition and offer up a Supra with a four-cylinder engine? We spent some time with the new Supra 2.0 to find out.

ELEVATED DRIVING EXPERIENCE COMES STANDARD IN THE ALL-NEW 2021 VENZA

With a striking new debut, Toyota is breaking the sameness barrier in the midsize two-row crossover utility vehicle (CUV) category. The all-new 2021 Venza delivers an intuitive driving experience with smooth acceleration, predictable handling, and low noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH), all wrapped in a sophisticated design. Set to his dealerships by early September 2020, the 2021 Venza will have a starting manufacturer estimated retail price (MSRP) of $32,470 for LE, $36,000 for XLE and $39,800 for Limited (excluding the delivery, processing and handling (DPH) fee of $1,175).

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