Here is the latest Toyota/Lexus news.
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. I made the 225 mile round-trip journey to Sam’s Club in Cheyenne, WY with my two sons. Loaded down with cargo, facing stiff 20+ MPH crosswinds and a nearly 3k foot elevation gain along with 80 MPH speed limits, the 2017 Toyota Prius Four Touring had its work cut out for itself. Could it return the vaunted 52 MPG combined fuel economy? Could it handle the $250+ in groceries, the kids and myself? Would it drive this truck snob nuts being behind the wheel for that long? Lots of questions. Here are the answers.
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
Spacious, comfortable, relatively powerful and great for families, the 2016 Toyota Sienna Limited Premium is easily the nicest minivan I have ever driven. While it is still a minivan, it makes you question your preconceived notions about the soccer mom vehicles. If they are as good as this one, why don’t we buy them in droves?
This post originally appeared on PickupTruckTalk.com.
As I previously reported on Ford has dialed back production of the F-150 to reduce inventories. This comes on the heels of ongoing concern with the leading truck maker about the future of the truck market. With new products coming to market in the next few years and the stagnant outlook by Ford, a big question looms over marketers and product planners. Is the U.S. truck market becoming too saturated? I believe the answer is yes and here’s why.