The Toyota 86 gets tough as it’s turned into a rally car
Toyota Yaris Hybrid-R
The Toyota Yaris Hybrid-R – it’s a Yaris Jim but not as we know it.
Toyota Camatte57s Concept
The Toyota Camatte57s Concept – a kiddie car for the whole family
2013 Toyota RAV4
At last Toyota are giving us a diesel in the new 2013 Toyota RAV4
Toyota Dual Cab Landcruiser
There’s no doubt that demand for a dual cab Landcruiser has been around for years and it seems strange that, despite the popularity of dual cab 4×4 utes and growing demand for something similar in the their bigger 4WD range , Toyota left a dual cab out of the 70-Series lineup. But now Toyota has […]
Toyota Prius c
It’s the latest and perhaps the most popular Toyota Prius to come out of Japan
Toyota Prius V Seven-Seater
The Toyota Prius V seven-seater is more than an just an extended Prius hatch.
2012 Toyota Camry
New engine and some new gizmos feature in the new 2012 Toyota Camry
Get your order in now because demand for this Toyota sports car will probably always exceed supply.
We Drive the 2011 Toyota Yaris
Join us on our first drive of the 2011 Toyota Yaris
2011 Toyota Yaris – a first look
The quirky little car that was once the Yaris is almost gone
2011 Toyota Hilux – First Drive
Perhaps I should have been impressed but sadly I wasn’t
2011 Toyota Hilux
The new Toyota Hilux is out and it looks good … but will it sell?
2011 Toyota Camry
A totally new Toyota Camry is about to hit the showroom floor
The New Toyota Hilux
When you sell 700,000 models in 30 years you must be doing something right
New Toyota Yaris
The new Toyota Yaris looks all grown up
The NRMA says that the Toyota Aurion is the cheapest of any of the large family cars to run but Toyota doesn’t say much about the Australian built Aurion.
Toyota FJ Cruiser
The Toyota FJ Cruiser – has it come too late for the party?
Toyota FT-86 II
If this is a hint of what the next Toyota sports car is going to be like then BRING IT ON
Toyota Recalls Two Million Vehicles
Two million vehicles to be recalled … it’s a huge number … but none are in Australia.