Toyota offers a wide range of legendarily reliable vehicles, ranging from the GR86 sports car to the three-row Highlander. The company's most exciting model is easily the Supra sports car, but the rest of the lineup is rather tame. The Camry is one of the better mid-size sedans you can buy, while the Tacoma has a well-earned reputation for being a sturdy pickup that isn't afraid to get dirty. The Corolla is a great choice for those seeking economical transportation, but when it comes to fuel economy the Prius hybrid is king.
Toyota signals that it’s about to flex its off-road muscle in the electric SUV vehicle segment with the Compact Cruiser EV Concept.
The next-generation Toyota Tacoma pickup is expected to resemble the newly redesigned Tundra and add a turbo-four engine and coil-spring rear suspension.
Toyota’s midsize Tacoma truck is likely to welcome an electric powertrain option a year or so after the gas-powered pickup debuts.
The 2023 Toyota 4Runner has notable off-road and towing abilities, but its trucky on-road demeanor and outdated powertrain show it’s well past its sell-by date.
Toyota returns to the EV game with the 2022 bZ4X SUV, which offers futuristic looks along with its all-electric powertrain.
With fuel efficient engines and plenty of standard driver-assistance tech, the Camry continues to be a dependable, if unexciting, daily driver.
The 2023 Corolla line looks sharp, but its strength is its fuel economy and extensive standard safety features, not how it drives.
With its pug-dog styling and low base price, the 2023 Toyota Corolla Cross takes on mini-SUVs in the fierce American crossover sales war—with middling results.
Toyota has revived the Crown in the U.S., but instead of a traditional four-door, it combines the raised seating position of an SUV with the body of a sedan.
The fiery, feisty 2023 GR Corolla hot hatchback is a little screamer that looks like a rally car and is poised to inject a dose of excitement into the Toyota brand.
The rear-wheel-drive 2023 GR86 is a budget-friendly hot rod with two doors, two-plus-two seating, and a six-speed manual transmission that’s an absolute party to drive.
Practical, comfortable, and stylish, the 2023 Toyota Highlander is a pleasant and capable family SUV, but not one of the segments front runners.
Toyota’s full-size SUV is redesigned for 2023 and borrows many elements from the new 2022 Tundra pickup, including its standard hybrid powertrain.
Toyota gave the Sienna muscular lines and a flat hood in hoping that you’ll mistake it for an SUV—but that won’t fool anyone.
The 2023 Supra is a true driver’s car, and this year it gets the manual transmission that serious enthusiasts have been hoping for from day one.
The 2023 Toyota Tacoma is a senior citizen after eight years without big changes, but its off-road chops and customizability won’t ever get old.
The 2023 Toyota Tundra values comfort over outright performance as its breadth of off-road capability and dependability remain this half-ton’s bread and butter.
The 2023 Toyota Venza SUV is stylish and fuel-efficient, but underneath it’s a RAV4 Hybrid with a less energy-dense battery.
The Toyota 4Runner is an true off-road SUV with a roomy cabin and standard driver assists, but it's also very outdated and unrefined.
As you'd expect from a full-size sedan, the Toyota Avalon provides a palatial back seat and a generously sized trunk, but it also has a few surprises in store.
Despite its bold styling, the Toyota C-HR is an SUV designed to deliver high fuel economy rather than satisfying speed or eye-widening handling.
The Toyota Camry has standard driver assists galore and multiple fuel-friendly powertrains, plus a reputation for reliability that makes it a compelling family sedan.
With distinct looks and standard driver assists, the Toyota Corolla sedan and hatchback cater to folks who care about style and safety more than driving verve.
Although it borrows its name from the venerable Corolla compact car, the 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross is poised to take on a plethora of small-SUV rivals.
With a stick shift, rear-wheel drive, and a sharply tuned suspension, the 2022 Toyota 86 is set to carry the torch as the brand's affordable sports car.
Three-row SUVs are the modern-day equivalent of the old-school family station wagon, and the 2022 Toyota Highlander dutifully gets the job done.
In the tiny sub-niche of electric vehicles that are fueled by hydrogen the 2022 Toyota Mirai stands out more for its beautiful styling than its rare propulsion system.
Despite boasting strong fuel-economy figures and available all-wheel drive, the Toyota Prius hatchback has fallen behind the competition.
Despite its eco-friendly nature and comfy passenger accommodations, the Toyota Prius Prime feels past its prime compared with newer electrified alternatives.
From spartan to swanky to outdoorsy, the 2022 Toyota RAV4 offers something for almost everyone—and its compact SUV body style offers plenty of flexibility.
Toyota has applied the lessons learned from its Prius hybrid to the 2022 RAV4 Hybrid and RAV4 Prime PHEV, which compete in the hugely popular compact SUV class.
The Toyota Sequoia has a big third row and copious standard driver-assistance tech, but it is otherwise outdated and lacks the refinement of modern rivals.
The 2022 Toyota Sienna's hunky styling was inspired by SUVs styling and it has a host of desirable features, but its hybrid powertrain makes it slower than other vans.
Pay no mind to the fact that the 2022 Toyota Supra shares much of its chassis and powertrains with the BMW Z4, as it offers its own distinct personality.
Despite its storied off-road credibility and reliability, the Toyota Tacoma's lack of sophistication makes other mid-size trucks more desirable to more people.
The next generation of the Toyota Tundra finally arrives with a bolder design, a modernized interior, and a twin-turbo V-6 with a more powerful hybrid option.
The Toyota Venza is a stylish choice among its boxier brethren, but its merits run short when compared to cheaper and more practical SUVs in the class below.
The Toyota 4Runner's old-school body-on-frame construction makes for a rugged off-roader, but its on-road behavior and overall refinement are less impressive.
As you'd expect from a full-size sedan, the Toyota Avalon provides a palatial back seat and a generously sized trunk, but it also has a few surprises in store.
The Toyota Camry returns to its former glory thanks largely to its exciting lineup, improved build quality, and priority on standard safety features.
Its wild styling, coupe-like body, and bright exterior-color choices will earn the 2021 C-HR plenty of admiring looks, but from behind the wheel it's a bore.
With plenty of room to haul the fam and your stuff, the 2021 Toyota Highlander and Highlander Hybrid are two rock-solid options in the mid-size-SUV segment.
With an American-size V-8 and copious standard features, the Toyota Land Cruiser flaunts faux luxury and an inflated price but remains a legit off-road SUV.
The Toyota Corolla sedan and hatchback aren't the most exciting compacts, but they're attractively designed and equipped with a host of desirable features.
Toyota’s redesigned 2021 Mirai takes hydrogen-powered motoring to new luxury-like heights, but it's only available in California.
The Toyota Prius is the original hybrid, but in recent years it's seen competitors challenge seriously its status as the best.
The Toyota Prius Prime is a plug-in hybrid that's dressed up as a spaceship, but unfortunately the electrified hatchback is more theatrical than special.
A perennial best-seller, the 2021 Toyota RAV4 offers a trim for every budget, from the basic LE to the posh Limited to the adventurous TRD Off-Road.
Toyota brings together its decades of hybrid-powertrain dominance and its top-selling SUV in the electrified 2021 RAV4 Hybrid and RAV4 Prime.
If you think a minivan is the automotive equivalent of an IRS audit, the 2021 Toyota Sienna's daring new styling and boldly designed cabin may change your mind.
The revived version of this Japanese sports car has BMW bones, but they're damn good, making the Supra a worthy successor to the automotive legend.
The Tacoma lacks the refinement of top rivals, but with rugged looks and a rep for reliability, it remains a popular choice for off-roaders and Toyota fans.
Despite a host of standard driver-assistance features, the Toyota Tundra is an ancient, albeit versatile, pickup truck that is particularly good at off-roading.
The aging Toyota Sequoia is obsolete compared with its much newer rivals, but it does have a reliable reputation and a smorgasbord of standard safety features.
Toyota has revived the Venza nameplate for 2021 on a mid-size two-row SUV that offers a hybrid powertrain and a classy cabin.
With a simple and rugged interior and a large cargo hold, the 4Runner is a highly capable off-roader that you'll have to tolerate on the way to the dirt.
With an adroit chassis and impressive cargo space, the 2020 Toyota 86 is an athletic and versatile rear-drive sports car the everyone can afford.
Offering serene handling and a huge trunk, the 2020 Toyota Avalon is a top choice among full-size sedans.
Offering a fuel-efficient four-cylinder and a powerful V-6 option, the current Camry is the best one ever.
The C-HR's bold styling and cheeky interior design combined with infuriatingly slow acceleration and cramped cabin make it a classic case of style over substance.
With its long history of providing affordable transportation, the Corolla has always been a great choice for savvy buyers.
Handsomely styled and well equipped, the 2020 Toyota Highlander and Highlander Hybrid excel at family transportation.
The 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser is a full-size SUV that stands out for its off-road prowess and full complement of luxury amenities.
The Mirai mid-size sedan offers smooth, zero-emissions transportation powered by hydrogen.
Toyota's Prius has become the quintessential hybrid, but it's given up ground to other hybrids over the years.
With impressive fuel economy and a comfortable interior, the Prius doesn't quite match up to the competition when it comes to the driving experience.
A compelling choice in a crowded segment, the 2020 Toyota RAV4 offers rugged styling, a practical cabin, and plenty of standard safety tech.
The 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid is quicker and more fuel efficient than its gasoline-only counterpart, but does that make it the better RAV4?
The 2020 Toyota Sequoia is loaded with modern technology, but the large SUV remains outdated compared with contemporary rivals.
While the 2020 Toyota Sienna is a practical people mover that meets the needs of most buyers, it lacks the features and refinement that its competition offers.
The 2020 Tacoma competes with mid-size pickups on paper, but its Toyota roots and trail-ready capabilities provide unrivaled cachet.
Despite a tight cabin and no manual transmission, the all-new 2020 Toyota Supra delivers thrilling acceleration and deft handling worthy of a great sports cars.
The 2020 Toyota Tundra is the oldest pickup truck this class, but it has the most standard safety technology and solid off-road cred.
It's missing key driver-assistance features, but the Yaris shines thanks to keen handling and superb gas mileage.
Don't call it a comeback—the 4Runner's been here for years.
In the small segment of purpose-built rear-wheel-drive compact sports cars, the 2019 Toyota 86—formerly the Scion FR-S—offers a uniquely raw experience that's free of frills.
Quiet, unpretentious luxury is what the Avalon offers, and it does so at a price that won’t break the bank.
Toyota's smallest crossover—the C-HR—made a splash when its boldly styled sheetmetal rolled onto dealer lots for 2018, and it's back for an encore performance.
With an efficient four-cylinder, refined road manners, and spacious interior, the 2019 Camry is the greatest Toyota has manufactured in years.
Those seeking safety versus sporty will be pleased with the affordable and reliable 2019 Toyota Corolla, which is offered with either a sedan or a hatchback body.
Well-built, flexible, and with unpretentious family conveyance, the 2019 Highlander is a compliant ride.
The 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser is a worldwide legend, known from Aruba to Zimbabwe as one of the most competent SUVs ever made.
The original Prius helped make hybrid vehicles mainstream back in the early 2000s, and it continues to be one of the most recognized hybrid nameplates.
The 2019 Toyota Prius C is an ultra-affordable hybrid car that is not, as its name would suggest, based on the Toyota Prius but on the smaller Yaris.
The 2019 Toyota Prius Prime has a unique spot atop the Prius hierarchy, with an exclusive plug-in-hybrid powertrain and distinct styling differences.
Blending the usefulness of a station wagon and the efficiency of a hybrid, the Prius V might be the ultimate utility vehicle.
The original RAV4 helped kick-start the crossover frenzy decades ago, and the latest version reinvents itself with chunky styling and countless modern features.
The 2019 Toyota Sequoia has three rows that fit up to eight people, and it can tow more than 7000 pounds.
The sensible 2019 Toyota Sienna has all the hallmarks of the modern minivan: a spacious interior, advanced driver assists, and an efficient powertrain.
The 2019 Toyota Tacoma is like a punk-rock band—an edgy alternative to more sophisticated, grown-up mid-size rivals.
Although it's overshadowed by newer full-size pickups, the 2019 Toyota Tundra butters its bread with the Toyota nameplate and plenty of capability.
The 2019 Toyota Yaris is a nicely packaged subcompact sedan or hatchback, a strong value proposition, and a playful option in a staid segment.
The Toyota 4Runner caters to the same off-road-seeking crowd as the Jeep Wrangler, but its ruggedness and lack of refinement are less desirable for daily use.
With an affordable asking price and a lightweight, rear-drive composition, the Toyota 86 coupe appeals to driving enthusiasts on a budget.
The Avalon delivers what buyers of large cars value most: smooth handling, roomy accommodations, and an expansive list of luxury features.
The Toyota C-HR is a subcompact ute for extroverted folks who appreciate its funkiness and aren't put off by its pokiness and lack of many popular features.
The 2018 Camry is better equipped, better to drive and, well, just plain better in every way than the previous model.
With lots of standard safety tech and a huge back seat, the Toyota Corolla is a compact sedan that provides safe commutes in a wholly uninspired package.
The Toyota Corolla iM hatchback is better to drive than the Corolla sedan, but it suffers from an equally anemic engine and its back seat is puny by comparison.
The Land Cruiser remains true to its roots as a spacious, comfortable, and well-equipped SUV that thrives when venturing off paved roads.
The Mirai will appeal to eco-conscious drivers who live near a hydrogen-fueling station.
The three-row Toyota Highlander is great for fuel-conscious and safety-minded shoppers, but it won't get the driver's blood pumping and lacks popular content.
The Prius has been a segment-defining hybrid, and while gasoline-electric powertrains are commonplace now, Toyota makes sure its Prius still stands out.
As the tiniest Prius in the hybrid family, the Prius C is the least practical, the least efficient, and the least desirable, but it's also the least expensive.
With 25 miles of electric-only range and even weirder styling, the Toyota Prius Prime is the plug-in hybrid of the Prius family with its own pros and cons.
The popular Toyota RAV4 offers a hybrid model and a hefty towing capacity, but it's also beset by lazy acceleration, and some desirable features are forgotten.
The Sequoia impresses with its size, utility, and strong V-8 power, but it's way overdo for an update.
The Toyota Sienna has a huge interior and a speedy, efficient V-6, and it's the only minivan available with all-wheel drive, but it falls short on innovations.
The Toyota Tacoma isn't the most refined or roomy mid-size pickup, but it boasts the most standard safety tech and its off-road models are incredibly capable.
It can tow and haul with the best of them, but the 2018 Toyota Tundra pickup truck shows its age when compared to more modern trucks from rival brands.
While it's not the penalty box is used to be, the 2018 Toyota Yaris won't win the favor of buyers who enjoy the finer things in life.
Don’t let the badge fool you: Toyota’s Yaris iA is actually a Mazda 2 in disguise and handles the corners with aplomb.
The 4Runner is an off-road standout, but it's falling behind the competition in a number of key areas.
The affordable, athletic, and versatile Toyota 86 really nails the fun-to-drive factor.
The Avalon offers the large-car buyer quiet, unpretentious luxury at a reasonable price.
The Camry is the Bud Light of family sedans: it’s inoffensive, reliable, reasonably priced, and gets the job done.
The Corolla provides safe, practical, affordable, transportation, but it's a snooze to drive.
The Corolla iM is stylish and affordable, but it fails to deliver the performance suggested by its looks.
The 2017 Toyota Highlander ticks the right boxes for reliability, cabin space, and ride comfort. Performance is modest, however, even with the optional V6.
The Land Cruiser continues to be a legend when it comes to go-anywhere toughness minus any fancy packaging.
The Mirai is an expensive, hydrogen-powered experiment on wheels.
The 2017 Toyota Prius has strange styling and a quirky cabin, but this fuel-sipping hybrid is ideal for car shoppers on a budget and who hate stopping for gas.
The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime adds 25 miles of electric range to the Prius hybrid recipe. While it's great on gas, the Prime's driving manners lack any charge.
The Toyota RAV4 goes about its business competently and with a no-nonsense air about it, although added power and sharper handling would be nice.
The Toyota RAV4 Hybrid is a frugal and functional, if not exactly exhilarating, choice in a compact SUV.
The Toyota Sequoia will get the job done, but the competition is simply better in just about every way.
The 2017 Toyota Sienna is practical and pretty quick, thanks to its V6 and available all-wheel drive. But rivals offer more cargo flexibility and tech features.
Rugged and up for off-roading, the 2017 Toyota Tacoma is a solid choice among mid-size trucks. A dated cabin and limited comfort features dent its rep, however.
The 2017 Toyota Tundra has a roomy cabin and full-size pickup truck versatility. But it's long overdue an update to keep pace with its rivals.
Easy to drive and affordable to buy, the Toyota Yaris is a sensible small car that goes about the business of getting you from Point A to Point B.
Splitting the difference between SUV and traditional station wagon, the five-passenger Venza manages to be even more versatile, roomy, and comfortable than it looks.
The second-generation Matrix is larger and more stylish than its predecessor, and all-wheel drive remains an option.
The Solara coupe is supposedly the sporty version of the Camry but has always ended up as merely a slightly more stylish variant.