Toyota Reviews

Auris (2013 – 2019)

Safe and sensible, the Toyota Auris won’t set your world alight but should be reliable and economical

Avensis (2015 – 2019)

A sensible and reliable choice, the Toyota Avensis is overlooked by drivers who want a bit more character to their car

Aygo (2014 – 2021)

Standing out a mile thanks to the big cross on its bonnet, the Toyota Aygo ticks plenty of boxes as a decent city car

C-HR (2017)

The Toyota C-HR is an agile, sporty-looking crossover with a difference: a hybrid option for better fuel economy

Corolla (2019)

The Toyota Corolla returns with familiar hybrid efficiency and practicality - but with style too

GT86 (2012 – 2021)

The Toyota GT86 is such great fun to drive that you’ll be willing to overlook its obvious flaws.

Hilux (2016)

The Hilux pick-up is a tough, go-anywhere workhorse, suitable for business and pleasure

Land Cruiser (2009)

The Toyota Land Cruiser builds on almost 70 years-worth of off-road experience but feels more agricultural than modern SUVs

Prius (2016 – 2022)

Frugal on fuel, big on space and comfortable too: the Toyota Prius isn't just for taxi drivers

RAV4 (2013 – 2019)

It’s not the most exciting or economical SUV you can buy but the Toyota RAV4 is at least spacious and reassuringly well made

RAV4 (2019)

The new, hybrid-only Toyota RAV4 is cheap to run, reliable, fun to drive and striking looking in a class brimming with talented rivals

Supra (2019)

Toyota’s Porsche Cayman rival is fast and fun to drive, yet delivers surprising comfort and everyday practicality

Yaris (2014 – 2020)

The Toyota Yaris is a spacious supermini with a choice of three or five doors, and powered by a range of economical engines