Toyota is voluntarily recalling more than 340,000 Tacoma Access cab vehicles because of a flaw in the seat belts.
It looks like Toyota may have finally figured out a way to make the Avalon, well, cool.
Toyota is recalling more than one million vehicles because of defective airbags and bad windshield wipers.
Toyota is settling a class-action lawsuit over a massive recall in the United States after cars started accelerating on their own.
Some news and notes from the second day of the Los Angeles Auto Show press preview.
“It’s what we like to call our lifestyle vehicle.” – Emma and her Toyota Forerunner
I’ve got to admit, I was all prepared not to like the Scion iQ minicar. I have been around long enough to remember the Isetta and the Messerschmitt… two mini city cars from the ’50s that were unique in that the only way in and out was through a door that opened the front of the car.
“My car may look small, but it fits my 6-foot-7 frame just fine.” – Ian Rosenberger from Survivor Palau and his Toyota Prius
“I got my car two weeks before I adopted my daughter and they were both life-changing events.” – Nonie and her Toyota Prius
Calling all Facebook users: You can help the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank win a brand new Toyota Highlander hybrid! The food bank is competing with four other non-profits from around the country for votes today on the social networking site.
In this edition of Drivetime I put Toyota’s haulin’ hybrid through its paces. If you think slow and meandering when you hear “hybrid,” the Highlander will change your mind quick.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A 10-month federal investigation into safety problems with Toyota vehicles has found no electronic flaws. Consumers complained of unintended acceleration and some from our area even sued Toyota. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood […]
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(AP) – Consumer Reports magazine says Honda and Toyota still make the most problem-free cars and trucks, but Ford is closing in fast and General Motors has made big improvements in the past year. Consumer […]