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2019 Nissan Rogue vs Toyota RAV4 | Which Should You Pick?

Rogue or RAV? It’s hard to go wrong with any compact CUV in America today but how do the two most popular models in America compare? Which one is right …

2020 Toyota Supra | A Legend Returns

What’s the RAV4 Adventure? It’s a lightly-lifted RAV4 designed for mild off-roading. Say what? With the latest RAV, Toyota decided to go in a different direction lifting all models up to Subaru/Jeep heights. The Adventure grade builds on that with an additional lift, a torque vectoring rear axle and improved traction software designed for going […]

2019 Toyota RAV4 Adventure | A Quick Look Off-Road

The 2020 Supra isn’t just a blast from the past, it’s an honest-to-goodness Toyota sports car aimed directly at the Porsche Cayman. All the essentials are there for the Supra to be a hit. Inline 6 engine? Check. Rear wheel drive? Check. Small roadster proportions? You betcha. A sprinkle of BMW DNA? Why not? That’s […]

2017/2018 Toyota Highlander & Highlander Hybrid Review

Toyota’s Highlander is on the smaller end of the three-row crossover segment, but that’s exactly what families seem to love about it. With seating for 8 in a pinch, excellent reliability and a heap of changes for 2017 the Highlander is a better value than ever before. In this refresh Toyota decided to drop a […]

2012 Toyota Prius V

This is TheTruthAboutCar’s first look at the pre-production 2012 Toyota Prius V. Read our first look here: http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2011/05/review-toyota-prius-v/ and stay tuned for our full week-long review in the coming months.

2016 Toyota Tacoma Review

Toyota’s small trucks have long been associated with bulletproof reliability (and occasionally militant militias). Despite the Tacoma splitting from the legendary Toyota Hilux bloodline in 1995, the Taco (as some fans refer to their trucks) has continued Toyota’s rugged and reliable image. A big factor in the Tacoma’s long-term reliability is the Toyota’s philosophy to change: it should happen slowly […]