Tag: Toyota Sienna

2022 Toyota Sienna Woodland Edition Is A Lifted Minivan Targeting SUV Buyers

Toyota is introducing the new 2022 Sienna Woodland Special Edition for those who either wish minivans were a bit more off-road friendly or SUVs were a bit more practical. The only visual differences you’ll find between the regular Sienna and the Woodland are the exclusive Cement exterior color, dark badging and dark chrome detailing, as […]

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2021 Sienna Exemplifies Toyota’s Bold Design Language

In 2014, following the unveiling of the FT-1 Concept, Toyota chief executive Akio Toyoda said the car manufacturer would no longer build “boring cars”. At the time, it all seem a little far-fetched and while you could argue some of the carmaker’s current models aren’t particularly exciting to drive, there’s no doubt Toyota’s design language […]

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The Most Loyal Car Buyers Drive The Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius owners get a lot of flak, but they’re apparently the most loyal car buyers in the United States. According to a study from iSeeCars, 13.7% of Prius buyers keep their vehicle for at least 15 years. That’s more than twice the average of 6.1%. Continuing down the list is the Toyota Highlander, which 12.4% […]

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2021 Toyota Sienna Crash Tested By The IIHS, Scores Maximum Safety Rating

The all-new 2021 Toyota Sienna has crashed its way into a Top Safety Pick+ award earlier this month, with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) finding it safer than its predecessor. The minivan has earned ‘good’ ratings in all six crashworthiness evaluations, and the same rating applies to the child seat anchors, crash avoidance […]

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Study Finds Ram 2500 Drivers Have More Than Twice DUI Citations Compared To National Average

A study published by Insurify, an insurance comparison shopping website, found that more than 45 out of every thousand drivers with a DUI on their record drive a Ram 2500. The national average is 17.9. In fact, of the 10 cars whose drivers have one or more DUI on their record, six are pickup trucks. […]

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Over 1.5 Million Toyota And Lexus Vehicles Recalled Over Defective Fuel Pumps

Toyota has announced a recall expansion, due to potentially faulty fuel pumps, for more than 1.5 million cars. According to the documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the defective part, which was supplied by Denso, could lead to engine stalling, which would inevitably increase the risk of a crash. As for […]

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