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2019 Toyota Sienna vs 2019 Honda Odyssey: Minivan Comparison

2019 Toyota Sienna vs 2019 Honda Odyssey: Minivan Comparison

Sport-utility vehicles and crossovers are currently the darlings of the crowd. They’re the 'in' thing nowadays; the default choice for a family car. I find this a bit confusing, to be quite honest. If what you really want is a dedicated people hauler or family vehicle, nothing comes close to the versatile nature of a proper minivan.

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Toyota and Softbank tie up for self-driving car services

Toyota and Softbank tie up for self-driving car services

Toyota is the biggest Japanese automotive manufacturer and Softbank is one of the biggest tech firms in the country. The two firms have announced they have tied up to develop a platform that will allow the operation of self-driving vehicles. The duo sees these vehicles being used as mobile shops, hospitals, and other services in the future where fewer people control their own vehicles.

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Toyota Android Auto support is reportedly a done deal

Toyota Android Auto support is reportedly a done deal

Toyota is finally adding Android Auto support to its dashboards, with sources claiming a deal has been struck between Google and the Japanese automaker. The car company has been one of the more resistant firms to the idea of allowing smartphone-makers to colonize their infotainment touchscreen, only agreeing to Apple CarPlay support back in January of this year.

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2018 Chevrolet Colorado vs 2018 Toyota Tacoma vs 2018 Honda Ridgeline: Pickup wars

2018 Chevrolet Colorado vs 2018 Toyota Tacoma vs 2018 Honda Ridgeline: Pickup wars

Looking for something more rugged and more capable than a normal sedan? If you were primarily looking at a midsize pickup truck for your next car, you can’t go wrong with the 2018 Chevrolet Colorado and 2018 Toyota Tacoma. Both pickup trucks have deep-seated roots of ruggedness and all-terrain capabilities in their DNA. However, if you want a lifestyle-oriented pickup truck that is many times more capable than an average sedan or station wagon, the 2018 Honda Ridgeline is a sterling choice.

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Toyota Corolla Touring Sports wagon will debut in Paris

Toyota Corolla Touring Sports wagon will debut in Paris

Toyota has unveiled some details about the new Corolla Touring Sports that will make its first appearance at the Paris Motor Show on October 2. The car will slot into the line along with the normal Corolla and the new hatchback that was unveiled this year. The main difference here is that the Touring Sports is a very nice-looking wagon.

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2018 Toyota Sequoia vs 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe vs 2018 Ford Expedition: SUV head-to-head

2018 Toyota Sequoia vs 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe vs 2018 Ford Expedition: SUV head-to-head

This is the heavyweight championship fight between three of the top-selling full-size SUVs. The 2018 Toyota Sequoia carries over unchanged from last year’s model. It may have the oldest platform in this group, but it still offers good value for money and a rugged demeanor. The 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe is the more affordable alternative to the GMC Yukon (both vehicles share the same platform). It can tow heavier loads while providing a more luxurious interior feel. The 2018 Ford Expedition is now motivated by a twin-turbo V6 motor. It is now more fuel efficient while still having the highest tow rating of all full-size SUVs.

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Toyota recalls 192,000 Prius cars in the US over fire risk

Toyota recalls 192,000 Prius cars in the US over fire risk

Toyota is recalling approximately 1 million hybrid cars around the world due to fire risk, 192,000 of which are located in the United States. The Prius vehicles recalled in the US include the 2016, 2017, and 2018 model years; impacted owners will be able to visit their local dealership for a free inspection and, if necessary, repair.

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Uber and Toyota extend autonomous auto technology collaboration

Uber and Toyota extend autonomous auto technology collaboration

Toyota and Uber have announced that they are extending their collaboration agreement in the autonomous auto realm. The deal will see Toyota invest $500 million into Uber. Uber plans to integrate its self-driving tech alongside the Toyota Guardian technology in vehicles built specifically for the Uber ride-sharing network. Toyota and Uber want to bring autonomous ride-sharing to the masses at scale.

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2018 Toyota Camry vs. 2018 Honda Accord – Sedan Showdown

2018 Toyota Camry vs. 2018 Honda Accord – Sedan Showdown

The 2018 Toyota Camry looks better than before. Toyota’s mission to infuse some much needed sportiness into their sedan offerings is paying off, at least from a design perspective. From the other end of the spectrum, we have the 2018 Honda Accord. Honda’s track record for performance has been improving lately. The Accord may looked like a stretched and widened Civic, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing if you’re one of those who rave about the latest Civic’s design.

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2018 Toyota 86 vs. 2018 Mazda MX-5 RF – Head to Head Comparison

2018 Toyota 86 vs. 2018 Mazda MX-5 RF – Head to Head Comparison

You might be asking why we pitted the 2018 Toyota 86 to the Mazda MX-5 RF. The answer is simple: both cars in base trim starts at around $25k. In this head to head comparison, we will take a look at the Toyota 86 TRD Edition and the Mazda MX-5 RF, which are both within the $32k price range.

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Toyota Project Portal 2.0 is a fuel cell-powered big rig

Toyota Project Portal 2.0 is a fuel cell-powered big rig

Toyota is showing off its take on the future of zero-emissions trucking with the second version of its fuel cell Class 8 truck. The truck was unveiled at the Center for Automotive Research Management Briefing Seminars in Michigan. Toyota notes that the first Project Portal Alpha truck began operations in April 2017.

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Lexus gave its LFA the Art Car treatment

Lexus gave its LFA the Art Car treatment

While BMW may be widely seen as the creator of the "Art Car" trend — the idea of using a vehicle as a canvas — recent decades have seen a number of manufacturers do the same with their flagship models, often with fantastic results. One of the latest is Japan's Lexus, which has just revealed an art car version of its LFA supercar meant to celebrate ten years of the manufacturer's F performance brand.

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