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There is rarely anything that the older and younger generations can agree on. Whether it’s music, politics, or even cars, there is rarely one subject that everyone can mutually agree on. This variance of opinions is multiplied even further when discussing generations of people that are more than one generation apart.

Despite these differences, there is one thing that both Gen Z and Baby Boomers can agree on; Toyota. Yes, despite all of the differences between the constantly plugged-in Gen Z and the more traditional Baby Boomers is a love for Toyota, one of the most dependable car companies in the world. But which Toyota vehicles attract these different generations? Here is everything you need to know about the top-selling Toyota vehicles for every generation according to Autoblog.

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Gen Z is true to the Toyota Camry

Despite the ever-advancing popularity of the crossover SUV in the modern age, the youngest driving generation, Gen Z, is still rushing to buy the Toyota Camry. The Camry is still everything it set out to be in the ’19’80s, it is a comfortable, fuel-efficient midsize sedan that will run forever as long as routine maintenance is performed.

For Gen Z, the Camry goes a step further with its performance and fuel-efficient options. The 2023 Camry can be had with a 3.5L V6 engine capable of producing 301 horsepower. With numbers like this, the Toyota Camry is an affordable entry-level sporty commuter car for Gen Z.

For those young people who want a more green driving experience, the Toyota Camry Hybrid offers fuel economy numbers of around 51 mpg city and 53 mpg highway, giving you Prius-like efficiency out of a roomy midsize sedan.

Both Millennials and Baby Boomers love the RAV4

While Millennials and Baby Boomers seem to have a lot of disagreements in the modern era, they relate in one huge way; they love the RAV4.

The Toyota RAV4 is one of the best-selling vehicle in the world, and it is easy to see why. The rugged RAV4 is built for almost any driving experience, offering many safety features, cargo space, and passenger room for a bargain price. Toyota reports that the RAV4 starts at just under $28,000, with hybrid and performance models available.

As a young Millennial, you will love the TRD Off-Road RAV4, which offers tuned front suspension, multi-link rear suspension, and unique shocks. The RAV4 hybrid models give drivers all the capabilities of a typical RAV4 while adding a fuel-efficient hybrid drivetrain. This hybrid drivetrain gives the RAV4 fuel economy numbers of around 41 mpg city and 38 mpg highway.

Toyota continues to win over multiple generations of drivers

Its reputation for quality and reliability keeps Toyota so popular among its large customer base. Of course, Toyota vehicles may not have the flashiest advertising or the most infotainment technology. Still, Toyota vehicles consistently bring unparalleled reliability and longevity to the table, regardless of the model.

As long as Toyota holds to its philosophy of building some of the most over-engineered, safe, and longest-lasting vehicles on the market, its success is bound to continue for generations to come.


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