2017 toyota 86

Scion FR-S Officially Renamed the Toyota 86

2017 Toyota 86 Release Date and Specs

Toyota announced earlier this year that they were transitioning Scion into the Toyota brand and that several Scion vehicles would move over to Toyota with new names. Toyota has decided that the former Scion FR-S will now become the Toyota 86. The first year of the 86 will be the 2017 Toyota 86 which has an expected release date of sometime this fall. The former Scion FR-S sports car will have more aggressive styling with a larger center intake emphasizing the low, wide stance of the car. Toyota has redesigned the exterior as well with re-configured LED front headlamps and turn signals and a new revised bumper. Drivers will also enjoy new seating material with silver stitching and a sport steering wheel with integrated audio controls and an 86 logo in the center.   Read the rest of this entry >>

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Toyota Safety Packages

2016 Toyota RAV4 Safety Features

When you think of Toyota vehicles, you think of their dependability, revolutionary design and of course their dedication to safety. Toyota works hard to ensure that their vehicles are among the safest out of the roads and continually look for ways to improve their safety features available on their vehicles. One such vehicle that shows Toyota’s commitment to safety is the 2016 Toyota RAV4. Take a closer look at the 2016 Toyota RAV4’s safety features.   Read the rest of this entry >>

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When Did the Toyota Corolla First Come Out?

Toyota Corolla 50th Anniversary

Toyota not only unveils the new 2017 Toyota Corolla but also unveils the limited 50th Anniversary Special Edition Corolla which will debut with unique features. The Corolla is one of Toyota’s longest running and most successful models, so when did the Toyota Corolla first come out? The first Corolla went on sale in Japan in 1966 and it was not until 1968 that we saw the Toyota Corolla in the U.S. Since its production, the Toyota has sold over 43 million Corollas.   Read the rest of this entry >>