The Toyota Motor Corporation’s Automotive segment produces millions of vehicles each year and is considered one of the largest in the world. The company was founded in 1937 in Japan and is known for making high-quality and reliable vehicles worldwide.
Featured Vehicle: Tundra
Avalon: Top-rated sedan
Camry: Top-rated sedan
Corolla: #1 selling car in the world
Prius: Now with a plug-in hybrid option
Mirai: Hydrogen car
Supra: High performance
86: A scrappy sports car
4Runner: Off-road capabilities
C-HR: About its safety
Highlander: Reliable and functional with 8 passengers
RAV4: Best-selling crossover in the US
Sequoia: Expensive but reliable and large enough for the family
Sienna: Practical for the family
Venza: Pros and cons
Tacoma: Reliable and high resell value
Tundra: Sharp features and functional
Recently Discontinued Vehicles
- Reliability: Which Toyota cars are most reliable?
- Safety: What is Toyota Safety Sense?
- Technology: At the forefront of Electric Vehicle research
- Luxury Brand: Lexus
- Toyota Racing Development (TRD): Additional packages for off-road junkies