2021 Toyota Supra review

Despite the Wyoming wind, I bring you the 2021 Toyota Supra, one of the most-anticipated sports cars of the year. The focus here is on the design of the car, since most of the underpinnings, mechanicals, and interior are not from Toyota. And focusing on design makes sense because this, friends, is a beautiful car.


2021 Toyota Venza Hybrid Review

In this review, I look at the new Venza Hybrid from Toyota. The Venza was re-introduced a few years ago and has seen success as a vehicle model. The hybrid model adds a lot of efficiency and, in my opinion, becomes the best Venza option. This vehicle, of course, isn’t for everyone, but for those looking for a right-sized crossover-SUV, the Venza Hybrid could be it.


2021 Toyota Sienna Hybrid interior walkthrough

The Sienna minivan from Toyota is completely new for this year and the hybrid model is probably the most interesting upgrade. This full walkthrough looks at the front driver’s controls, the front seating area, the middle row of seating, the third row, and the cargo area. There’s a lot to cover.

Watch for a full review of the van coming soon.


Talking Toyota’s Traditional Crossovers in 2021

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.

Join us for this look at Toyota family machines.


2021 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro Review

In this review, I look at the 2021 Tundra pickup truck in its TRD Pro off-road package. This is a basic truck made better with some off-pavement goodies and it ticks all of the marks most would have in a workaday truck.



Review: 2021 Toyota Corolla XSE

In this review, I get into the new 2021 Corolla in its XSE package. The Corolla has long been the benchmark for the compact car category, but now seems a little behind in many ways. Here’s what’s good and bad about this car from my perspective. Enjoy!


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