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The 5 Most Fuel Efficient Non-Hybrid Cars in 2018

The 5 Most Fuel Efficient Non-Hybrid Cars in 2018

What is the most important factor to consider when shopping for a new car? In an ideal world, every one of us should be driving a powerful Tundra or F150 - But when reality strikes hard and you need to get back to Earth, nothing beats the economic advantages of driving a fuel efficient car. The popularity of SUVs and crossovers is hard to ignore, however if you need a family hauler that sips gas, you will need to shell out a lot more money for a hybrid or PHEV version.

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Toyota Supra to race NASCAR Xfinity Series

Toyota Supra to race NASCAR Xfinity Series

Toyota has announced that the new Supra sports car will be among the cars that race the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Toyota will start fielding the car in the 2019 season that kicks off February 16, 2019. Toyota previously raced the Camry in the series winning the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship with that car.

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Toyota on Trump tariffs: Expect a much pricier Camry

Toyota on Trump tariffs: Expect a much pricier Camry

America's best-selling car could get almost $2k more expensive, Toyota has warned, if President Trump follows through on plans to impose new tariffs on vehicle imports. The ominous prediction comes as the US Commerce Department considers whether to kickstart a new trade war, by declaring vehicle and vehicle part imports "a threat to national security."

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The weird & wonderful new Toyota Century epitomizes Japanese priorities

The weird & wonderful new Toyota Century epitomizes Japanese priorities

Some cars simply epitomize their makers, and the Toyota Century is just such a vehicle. The Japanese-only luxury sedan has become a mainstay of executive transportation since it debuted in 1967, a singularly unique play for very specific local tastes. Now, Toyota has given the Century its first complete redesign in more than two decades.

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Toyota’s next-gen GR Super Sport Concept heralds future super sports car

Toyota’s next-gen GR Super Sport Concept heralds future super sports car

The car you see here looks a lot like the racing cars that Toyota fields in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). The car is the GR Super Sport concept and was first premiered at the 2018 Tokyo Auto Salon and is described as a next-gen hypercar with hybrid-electric technology. The hybrid electric tech in the car is something honed and tested in the WEC over the last six years.

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2019 Lexus ES promises new levels of performance and sophistication

2019 Lexus ES promises new levels of performance and sophistication

Lexus has rolled out the seventh-generation of the ES vehicle with the unveiling of the 2019 Lexus ES. The new ES gets an all-new chassis allowing a more dynamic and exterior and for 2019 the first ES F Sport model is offered. Lexus promises the car has more space and is quieter while having better performance and more safety tech inside.

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Toyota just doubled-down on a hydrogen fuel cell EV future

Toyota just doubled-down on a hydrogen fuel cell EV future

Fuel cells may have not captured the EV market in the same way that hybrid and plug-in electric have so far, but that isn't stopping Toyota from doubling-down on production as it increases its bet on hydrogen power. The company currently offers a single fuel cell powered car in the US, the Mirai sedan, though only a handful of dealers actually sell the vehicle.

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2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback pricing and fuel economy confirmed

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback pricing and fuel economy confirmed

Toyota has confirmed pricing and fuel economy numbers for the new 2019 Corolla Hatchback, and there's generally good news all round. The first of the 12th generation Corolla range to hit the market, it replaces the 2018 Corolla iM - previously known as the Scion iM - with more power and more economy.

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Toyota is building a dangerous city to challenge driverless cars

Toyota is building a dangerous city to challenge driverless cars

Toyota is opening a 60 acre test site for autonomous vehicles, with the Michigan facility being used for trials considered too risky for public roads. Expected to open by October this year, the site at Michigan Technical Resource Park will be managed by the Toyota Research Institute (TRI), the group at the automaker focused on developing both autonomous safety systems and self-driving vehicles for convenience.

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2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback: 5 things you should know

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback: 5 things you should know

For a car that's so important to Toyota, the Corolla has been oddly low-key, but the 2019 Corolla Hatchback isn't going to fly under the radar. First of the new, TNGA-based twelfth generation of cars, it's more efficient than ever, packs more tech, and promises to be more affordable than rivals. Read on for five things you need to know.

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2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback first drive: Doubling-down on surprise

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback first drive: Doubling-down on surprise

Necessity is the mother of invention, and the 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback is the perfect example of what can happen when you embrace the evaporation of your comfort zone. With is Millennially-minded Scion sub-brand getting the axe in 2016, Toyota could no longer focus on that audience's parents and grandparents alone. Instead, it doubled-down on tech, engineering cleverness, and value, and in the process made a new Corolla that actually has curb appeal.

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2019 Toyota Avalon: 5 things you should know

2019 Toyota Avalon: 5 things you should know

Toyota is betting big on the 2019 Avalon, debuting controversial new styling, lashings of cabin tech, a frugal hybrid, and safety features you might otherwise expect to pay a considerable premium for. It's a big improvement, but then again it needs to be. Read on for five things about the 2019 Toyota Avalon that you really need to know.

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