In this quick review, our Senior Editor Aaron gets into the new RX hybrid from Lexus. This midsized SUV offers fuel efficiency and comfort and adds more power and more technologies for 2021. Check it out. See the review at CarNewsCafe.
In this review, Aaron looks at the 2021 Tundra pickup truck in its TRD Pro packaging. This Toyota truck has been a staple on the truck market for some time and epitomizes the idea of a “plain, workaday truck” as a buyer option. See what the TRD Pro adds and …
In this review, Aaron looks at the 2021 Toyota Tundra pickup truck, which competes in the full-sized truck category. The Tundra is most well-known for its everyday work-ability and general goodness. It’s also often touted as the most reliable of the trucks on the market. Here’s what Aaron thinks.
When the current-generation RAV4 crossover was introduced in 2019, Toyota promised both a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid option. We’ve driven both as 2021 model year offerings. Here’s what we learned about Toyota’s electrified RAV4s. Read the full review at NewAtlas.com.
In this episode, Kristin and Aaron talk about the traditional crossover-SUVs in the Toyota lineup. Namely the Highlander and the RAV4, especially in the new hybrid variants. Toyota has done a lot to improve these family haulers and we discuss what’s changed, how the electrification has gone with the RAV4 Hybrid, RAV4 Prime, and the Highlander Hybrid, and more.
In this review, Aaron looks at the 2021 Camry in its XSE package. The sport package adds some extras to the car and the price tag is pretty on point for the segment. The midsized Camry does have one flaw, though. Check it out. See more at CarNewsCafe.com.
This is the new 2021 Toyota Camry in its XSE package. There are a couple of downers, but the Camry has come a long way from being the industry kicking post for the definition of boring to its current setting of the bar for the segment. A great midsized sedan, the Camry definitely has goodness. Especially in this XSE package option.