Toyota unveiled the all-new 2022 Tundra this week, the first redesign of the full-size pickup in 15 years. If you’re wondering what took them so long, consider the fact that, while they haven’t been able to rival competitors like the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado and Ram 1500, they’ve carved out a dedicated base that drives trucks until the wheels fall off.
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From the October 2021 issue of Car and Driver. The arrival of the 11th-generation Honda Civic for 2022 spurred us to take a fresh look at the world of compact sedans. The market's mania for crossovers, pickups, and off-roaders of all stripes largely overshadows this segment, but practical and efficient four-doors continue to serve a great swath of buyers, many of them first-time new-car owners.
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Its baack! Odds are you didn’t even realize it left. The mid-size crossover Toyota Venza debuted in 2008, and enjoyed a successful launch but sales fell sharply until 2015 when the company pulled the plug. For 2021, a re-engineered Venza is unveiled and has promise with sporty lines and an...
Mediocre gas mileage (non-hybrids) The XLE’s value-laden package has all you need—but the Hybrid’s superior fuel economy isn’t much more expensive. The 2022 Toyota Avalon ends its run at the top of the large-sedan segment. What kind of car is the 2022 Toyota Avalon? What does it compare to?. A...
In a way, the Toyota Tundra has always been an underdog. While it never captured record-breaking sales mostly because the Ford F-150 retained that status for as long as I can remember, the Toyota Tundra was always a prized truck for those who owned one long enough to attest to its durability and unmatched reliability. To remain relevant, because the Tundra was getting pretty old, Toyota has introduced the completely redesigned 2022 Toyota Tundra with new powertrains departing from the V8 formula that has worked for them since its initial introduction.
It is day 265 of the year 2021 A.D. and I just sat down to write about the twelfth crossover to end up in my driveway this year. I am trying to stay positive, but at first glance this Toyota Venza looked a bit like the last one, it was even the same color. However, I have a job to do, so I will soldier on. Besides, I always liked the Venza, and the name is a portmanteau of “Venture” and “Monza”. So if this Toyota crossover is anything like this season’s crazy F1 Italian Grand Prix race at Monza, it’ll be quite the experience. It’s even called the “Harrier” in Japan, which is badass. However, expectations are metered. #crossoverlife.
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The 2022 Ford Expedition and Expedition Max are the company's biggest and most versatile family haulers. While they're not as easy to get in and out of as a minivan, Ford's largest SUVs is available with three rows of seats, a notable 9300-pound max tow rating, and the ability to go off-road. While these attributes apply to others in the large SUV segment, the Expeditions boast one of the smoothest rides and roomiest cabins. Unfortunately, Ford's entry isn't as nice to drive as more wieldy rivals such as the GMC Yukon and Chevy’s Tahoe and Suburban. Every 2022 Expedition has a gutsy twin-turbo V-6, but it's not very fuel-efficient, especially at highway speeds. Still, its combination of style and tech features, such as an available 15.5-inch touchscreen and a hands-free-driving mode, make the Expedition an intriguing option.
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As more overlanders switch over from mid-size trucks to full-size trucks, will the all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra meet all their needs? Tread got the chance to attend the exclusive media event with Toyota where they revealed the all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra—it left us impressed. Designed, engineered and assembled in the...
Long ago, Ford figured out that using an independent rear suspension in its full-size SUV would create more cargo space and third-row passenger room than its competitors in the space. But, now that General Motors is employing the same solution in its redesigned family of large sport-utes, and Jeep is posing a new threat with its new Wagoneer model, the refreshed 2022 Ford Expedition is finding new ways to distinguish itself.
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Toyota sold the second-gen Tundra for 14 years with a few nips and tucks in that period to keep it fresh. Despite the fairly strong sales, those were not enough and the truck was clearly outdated when compared to its American rivals, the Ford F-150, the Chevy Silverado 1500, and the Ram 1500. So, for 2022, the automaker decided to bring in the third-gen Tundra.
Competes with: Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, Jeep Wagoneer, Nissan Armada, Toyota Sequoia. Looks like: The Expedition gets a Maverick-style front end. Powertrains: 380-, 400-, or 440-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6; 10-speed automatic transmission; rear- or four-wheel drive. Hits dealerships: Early 2022. The big SUV battle continues...
Toyota has still not revealed key 2022 Tundra details yet. Find out what we still need to know. This has been a whirlwind these last few days. Crazy and overwhelming. Especially if your job is to cover new automobile launches. Like 2022 Toyota Tundra. I am still on system overload...
Bold. That's the word that describes this truck, not just because of its styling, but because of its character. What it offers and what it does is bold; which is arguably a refreshing change from the outgoing Tundra. The first example of the Tundra's bold choices is its engine. Toyota...