2017 Toyota 4Runner – The 4Runner has excellent off-road capability but lacks in refined driving. The interior is average and fuel economy is poor but off-road is where it excels.
2017 Toyota 86 – A sports car with good handling and good fuel economy. Its smaller engine means it underperforms in this class and would do better with a turbocharged engine.
2017 Toyota Avalon – A large car that comes in either a gas or hybrid version. Both are roomy and sophisticated on the inside while the hybrid has class-leading fuel economy.
2017 Toyota Camry – One of the most popular vehicles for the mid-sized car market. The Toyota Camry is reasonably priced and features many new technological advancements.
2017 Toyota Corolla – A compact car with good reliability and advanced safety features. The small engine is underpowered in this class.
2017 Toyota Corolla iM – A compact car with a starting price of $18,750.
2017 Toyota Highlander – The Highlander comes as either a standard or Hybrid version. Both perform well in the mid-sized SUV class due to powerful engine choices and good fuel economy.
2017 Toyota Land Cruiser – A large luxury SUV with a powerful V8 motor and formidable off-road capability. It has an elegant interior but does tend to guzzle gas fairly quickly.
2017 Toyota Mirai – The Mirai is a hydrogen-powered car that has a range of around 300 miles. Fuel economy is around 67 mph for city/hwy driving.
2017 Toyota Prius – The Prius is a hybrid vehicle with fantastic fuel economy, a comfortable ride and elegant interior. Prices start from $24,685.
2017 Toyota Prius c – The Prius c is a small hybrid car with fuel economy of 48 mpg in the city and 43 mpg on the highway. It has a starting price of $20,150 and is the cheapest hybrid you can buy.
2017 Toyota Prius V – Aimed at the eco-sensitive driver the Toyota Prius V has good mileage and is cheap to run.
2017 Toyota RAV4 – The RAV4 is a popular compact SUV with prices starting from $24,910. It features a spacious cabin and impressive safety features. It’s available as either FWD or AWD.
2017 Toyota Sequoia – A large SUV with prices from $45,560 to $65,315. It has seating for 7-8 people, lots of cargo room and a powerful engine with 381 horsepower.
2017 Toyota Sienna – The only minivan to offer AWD as an option. The Sienna has a starting price of $29,750 and features a zippy 296 horsepower V6 engine.
2017 Toyota Tacoma – A compact pickup truck with prices starting at $24,320 for the base model. Great off-road capabilities and a choice of engines up to 278 horsepower.
2017 Toyota Tundra – A large pickup truck with a starting price of $30,120. It comes with a choice of two V8 engines up to 381 hp and available as either 4WD or AWD.
2017 Toyota Yaris – The Yaris is a subcompact car with a starting price of $15,250. It has an attractive cabin and fuel economy of 30 mpg in the city.
2016 Toyota RAV4 – Finally Toyota have released the RAV4 in a hybrid versions for this years model. One of the more popular compact SUVs with plenty of room and a comfortable ride.
2016 Toyota Highlander – The Highlander is a mid-sized SUV with a starting price of $30,490. It comes with a 4-cylinder engine as standard but the upgraded V6 gets just about as good fuel economy with much more power.
2016 Toyota Sequioa – The Sequioa seats up to 8 people and comes with a powerful V8 engine that makes 381 horsepower. It doesn’t have the best fuel economy but drives smoothly and has plenty of room, even in the 3rd row.
2016 Toyota 4Runner – A good off-road SUV with plenty of features for driving in the mud or snow. You’ll definitely want to upgrade to 4-wheel drive for off the road.
2016 Toyota Avalon – Large, powerful and easy to drive, the Avalon is one of the better large cars on the market. It uses a V6 engine that makes 268 hp and can reach 60 mph in just over 6 seconds.
2016 Toyota Mirai – The world’s first hydrogen fuel celled car for sale. Produces zero emissions and Toyota are offering free fuel for the first 3 years of use.