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The 2015 Toyota Camry

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

The Toyota Camry has become iconic over the years. It stands for reliability, quality, and service. It has been the best-selling car in the market for 12 years.

In many ways, the family sedan’s toughest competition is from itself. Still the competition has gotten better. For 2015, Toyota redesigned the Camry. The automaker changed everything, only the roof remained the same.

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Source: Seattlemedium.com

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2016 Toyota Tundra Overview

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

While Toyota’s pickup truck star of the 2016 model year is undoubtedly the all-new mid-size Tacoma, we shouldn’t forget about the equally awesome, if larger, Tundra. Toyota’s full-size space-shuttle-hauling power vehicle is back for 2016, and ready to take on whatever you have to throw at it.

Given that Toyota is focusing most of its truck energy on the 2016 Tacoma, it’s unsurprising that the 2016 Tundra sees relatively few changes. That’s not to say there are none; in fact, certain models (SR5 and 1794 Edition) will get updated grilles, while the remaining models will wear the same grille as their 2015 counterparts.

Additionally, all models will have an upgraded Entune infotainment system, and an available 38-gallon fuel tank. Higher-end trim levels (Limited, Platinum, and 1794 Edition) will now come with blind-spot warning and rear cross-traffic alert systems as standard features, while previously these were only offered as options.

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2016 Land Cruiser – Toyota Updates a Classic

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

The 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser gets some new technology.

In one form or another, Toyota has been selling its LandCruiser in the U.S. since 1957. Once, a utilitarian off-road Jeep from Japan the eight-passenger Land Cruiser has morphed into the image of a Range Rover, but with Toyota’s legendary value and reliability. For 2016, the exterior is changed, but it is the changes under the skin that really matter.

Toyota is in the process of rolling out the industry’s most affordable active safety equipment. Toyota is the brand with the most 2015 Top Safety Pick Plus-rated vehicles, and also the company with the most models with zero driver deaths in IIHS’ analysis. The 2016 Land Cruiser will now be one of the safest large SUVs available due to its standard safety suite. Toyota will include its Safety-Sense-P package for 2016. That means the vehicle will have a Pre-Collision System, Frontal Collision Avoidance and Pedestrian Protection. Since there are no options on the Land Cruiser – everything is included, the Safety Sense package will not cost buyers more and won’t be left off any models. Blind-spot monitoring, a back-up camera, lane departure alert, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert are also standard.

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Source: torquenews.com

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Toyota Highlander Hybrid: Fuel economy and comfort

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

The Highlander was redesigned for 2014 and is virtually unchanged this model year. The 2016 rendition, which will be in showrooms near the end of this year, will undergo a bit of tweaking, including a new grille and some modifications to the electrical drivetrain.

The third-generation Highlander I drove represents a stylish leap past its rather boxy predecessor, and typifies the automaker’s somewhat belated emphasis on appealing exterior design. The interior of the extremely well-equipped Limited Platinum is also attractive and quite useful. I ran out of fingers counting the cupholders (there are four in the front and eight in the back). There is also a handy shelf under the dash, and a console storage compartment large enough to house misbehaving children.

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Source: philly.com

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