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Here is the latest Toyota/Lexus news. Toyota Motor Sales Reports November 2016 Sales Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., reported November 2016 sales of 197,645 units, an increase of 4.3 percent from November 2015 on a volume basis.
This post originally ran on PickupTruckTalk.com. If there is one consistent complaint from consumers on full-size trucks is how much more expensive they have become.
One more month down and one more to go before the end of the year. Like usual this year the Tacoma posted a good month in November while the Tundra finally posted a gain.
Over the years, I’ve driven many different variants of the Toyota Prius. This time around, I decided to do something decidedly different with the halo green car.
Here is the latest news from Toyota/Lexus. The New Hotness: 2018 C-HR Ushers In an Exciting Chapter of Toyota Style, Versatility and Performance An exciting next chapter in Toyota’s storied North American product history has been revealed under the lights of the Los Angeles Convention Center.
A class-action suit surrounding premature rusting on 2005-10 Toyota Tacoma, 2007-08 Tundra and 2005-08 Sequoias was recently settled with Toyota agreeing to $3.4 billion.
Spacious, comfortable, relatively powerful and great for families, the 2016 Toyota Sienna Limited Premium is easily the nicest minivan I have ever driven.
Here is the latest news from Toyota/Lexus. Need to carry a 10-foot tall trophy? No problem, the Toyota Tundra has it covered.
The results are in for the month of October, 2016 and slow sales dominate most manufacture’s results while the mid-size market continues to grow.
This post originally was published on Tacomahq.com. With the Hawaiian backdrop providing amazing views, any other vehicle might have struggled to be the star attraction.
This week the 2016 Specialty Equipment Manufactures Show (SEMA) is in full swing in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Here is your latest Toyota/Lexus news for the week ending October 28, 2016. Toyota Shines Spotlight on Emerging Artists with Toyota Music Den at Voodoo Music + Arts Experience Thousands of musicians are waiting to be discovered and one will get the opportunity of a lifetime to uniquely shine this weekend at Voodoo Music + Arts Experience.
This post first appeared on PickupTruckTalk.com. For the first time in its history, Mercedes-Benz is bringing a pickup to its lineup.
With nearly a half million responses from everyday owners, creating good statistical probability, Toyota and Lexus once again top the 2016 Consumer Reports Reliability Survey with the most reliable vehicles on the market.
While many in the automotive publishing world are fawning over Tesla and battery-powered electric vehicles, we’ve been focused on fuel cell powered vehicles.
Here is the latest Toyota/Lexus news. Toyota and Net Impact Team Up to Promote Social Equity Through Mobility Solutions Net Impact, Toyota and the Toyota Mobility Foundation announced the second year of the Next Generation Mobility Challenge, a competition to inspire millennials to develop solutions to meet critical mobility needs through design thinking.
This post originally appeared on PickupTruckTalk.com. As I previously reported on Ford has dialed back production of the F-150 to reduce inventories.
Typically, the crazy lifted and modified trucks you see at the Speciality Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show are built with months of planning and preparation time.
This post first appeared on PickupTruckTalk.com. Anonymous sources recently told me an all-new 2018 Toyota Tundra will debut on February 9, 2017 at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.
Here is your Toyota/Lexus news for October 14, 2016. CEO Jim Lentz Gives Sneak Peek at the New Toyota; Automaker seeks more than 1,000 new team members Under a canopy of construction cranes, Toyota Motor North America CEO Jim Lentz provided a preview of the new Plano campus to local media, officials and business leaders.