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.
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, 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.
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!
In this special episode, we talk about the annual Texas Truck Rodeo put on by the Texas Auto Writers Association. Kristin walks us through what she saw, what she learned, and the types of capabilities and comparisons that are tested at this event.
Kristin’s review of the Durango SRT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYpMpVco370
The Toyota Venza returns as a 2021 model in an all-new design. Aaron is glad to see the wagon-like Venza look more appealing and Kristin likes that it’s a hybrid by default. The new Sienna minivan was unveiled at the same time, sharing the same drivetrain and with a surprise nudge-nudge finger point towards Chrysler in its announcement.
Both of these are a big deal for Toyota, whose losing ground in the smaller two-row midsized crossover segment and whose minivan has become aged against newer competition. Both of these seek to rectify those shortcomings and are definitely on point towards doing so.
Find out what we know and what we think about the new 2021 Toyota Venza and the 2021 Toyota Sienna.
There are a lot of good things happening during the coronavirus social distancing. Even as automotive plants shut down the production of vehicles for the health and safety of their workers, automakers are jumping in to help communities and the country during this time. Here, we talk about the current happenings and give highlights of what vehicle brands and companies are doing to give back to communities. From building ventilators to making safety gear and feeding the hungry, the automotive industry continues its long tradition of caring for the people and nations it serves.
Stay safe and happy. We’re getting through this together.