Toyota is continuing their hybrid legacy in big ways, most recently winning two best hybrid awards with the 2017 Toyota Prius. Not to be outdone, the 2017 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid was recently named the Best Hybrid SUV for the Money by U.S. News & World Report. So when Ontario drivers want an award winning hybrid, they should come to John Elway's Crown Toyota.
John Elway knows a little something about winning awards. Two time champ with an MVP award? Clearly, he's set a high standard. But the 2017 Toyota Prius is making a strong case, having won two recent awards. The Prius has been named the 2017 Eco-Friendly Car of the Year by Cars.com, and the Best Hybrid Car for the Money by U.S. News & World Report.
While the Scion name might be out and gone, some of their greatest models live on under the Toyota name; take, for example, the gorgeously sporty and speedy 2017 Toyota 86 takes the place of the Scion FR-S! This isn't the car for just anyone, though. Boasting acceleration, handling, braking, stability, and everything else suitable for the track, and with only 8,600 models ever being made, you'll want to grab this one quick if you know it's the right ride for your lifestyle. See it in action in the video below:
While the 2017 Detroit Auto Show is over, we're still thinking about some of the exceptional vehicles that automakers from all over the world were showing off! Of course, our favorite Japanese automaker was in attendance and they revealed the 2018 Toyota Camry for the world to see. Boasting a more aggressive and dynamic look, it also offers a choice of three engines, standard Toyota Safety Sense, and even a hybrid version that promises best-in-class fuel efficiency. See more below:
Toyota Motor Company has decided to expand the development of gas-hybrid models over the next five years.
This decision comes as consumer demand for more eco-friendly models continues to rise. The automaker intends to create new hybrid models that will both improve gas mileage and reduce emissions.
With 19 new lower-emissions powertrains set for release over the next five years, the automaker plans to lower carbon emissions by at least 15% compared to 2015.
As drivers begin to flock towards the purchase of SUVs and trucks, Toyota has decided to revitalize its iconic Camry model.
The Camry has been America’s top-selling sedan for years, and now this legendary four-door is taking a huge step into the future.
Slated for a January 2017 debut at the North American International Auto Show, the 2018 Camry will not just come with an updated interior and exterior, but with new engine and transmission options as well.