Category Archives: Model Comparisons

2016 Toyota Corolla L vs LE

2016 Toyota Corolla L vs LE

When you’re shopping for an affordable new sedan, there are few names as synonymous with reliability and value as the Toyota Corolla. It’s one of our top selling cars for a reason – people love it! Once you’ve settled on the Corolla, though, your options don’t end there. If you’re going to check one out, it’s important that you have an idea in your mind of the different trim levels that are available so you can best assess what’s right for your needs and budget. Today we’ll be taking a closer look at the 2016 Toyota Corolla L vs LE. The L is the base model and LE is the next one up, so for today’s comparison we’ll be exploring the two most affordable Corolla models – and we think you’ll be impressed with how much is included! Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Toyota Camry LE vs XLE

2016 Toyota Camry LE vs XLE

When you’re looking for comfort, style, and reliability, one of the first names in the sedan world that comes to mind is Camry. From its reputation for quality and value to its tech-forward interior options, the Toyota Camry is just the sort of car most people find themselves looking for. If you’re thinking of checking one out, the first thing you’ll want to do is take a look at the different trim levels that are available and determine which one best meets your needs and budget.

A while back, we did a comparison between the Toyota Camry LE and SE models, and today we want to take an even more nuanced look at the 2016 Toyota Camry LE vs Camry XLE to help you see how these two models differ in terms of price and features offered. Read the rest of this entry >>

Rav4 SE vs Limited

Toyota Rav4 SE vs Limited

We recently put together a comparison of the 2016 Toyota Rav4 LE vs SE trim levels, showcasing the ways in which these two models differ in terms of price and standard features. Today we’re expanding and building on that by giving you a look at how the SE model compares to the top-of-the-line Limited Rav4. You’ll see some common threads – a base engine, transmission, mpg, and passenger and cargo volume that remains the same across all models, and some noticeable differentiators when it comes to the features and amenities in each of the two models, and price points to reflect those distinctions. Read the rest of this entry >>

Toyota SF-R Dimensions and Release Date

Toyota SF-R Dimensions and Release Date

Toyota’s been on a pretty exciting run lately when it comes to introducing innovative concept vehicles at some of the recent trade shows, and so we’re going to be showcasing a number of them here on the blog to help give an idea of where Toyota’s headed in terms of performance, technology, and style.

One model we’re particularly excited about as a possible production model is the SF-R concept. Yes, the “R” stands for racing, but this would be along the lines of a racing-inspired road model that’s super lightweight, responsive, and fun to drive. Today we’ll tell you what we know about the Toyota SF-R dimensions and release date in the US, and of course we’ve got some great pics of the concept from its Tokyo debut. Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Toyota Rav4 LE vs SE

2016 Toyota Rav4 LE vs SE

Thinking about getting behind the wheel of a new SUV this year? If you’re in the market for a compact crossover with great capability, features, efficiency, and space, you’re probably considering the Toyota Rav4 – Nice choice! Now what you need to determine is which trim level is right for you. We’re delving into the differences between two of your most popular options: 2016 Rav4 LE vs SE. Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Prius vs 2015 Prius

2016 Toyota Prius vs 2015 Toyota Prius

The Toyota Prius has been the strong arm of the growing hybrid market since it was first introduced in the late nineties –  and with good reason. Maybe the most prominent reason a Prius driver decides to become a Prius driver is the fuel economy –  Whether you’re a commuter, an environmentalist, or you just like saving money, the Prius is a cutting edge option. It’s also stylish and well-equipped, ready to make your life on the road not only less pricey, but more enjoyable.

So now that the 2016 model has finally been revealed, introducing the latest generation of this trendsetting model, we look to the changes that have been made from last year’s model to this newly redesigned one. The 2016 Toyota Prius vs 2015 Toyota Prius comparison here will give you a side-by-side look at what’s new: Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Toyota hybrids

2016 Toyota Hybrids

What hybrid options are available from Toyota for 2016?

Toyota has been making hybrid cars for nearly 20 years now, and last week the company announced it had sold its 8 millionth one. Just to give you an idea of how popular hybrids have become in that time, it should be noted that 1 million of those sales came in just the last 10 months! That means buyers’ appetite for hybrid cars is growing faster than ever. If you’re thinking about jumping on the bandwagon, let’s take a look at what 2016 Toyota hybrids are available. Read the rest of this entry >>

What is the Difference Between the Toyota Tundra and Tacoma

Find Out How the Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma Are Different

What is the Difference Between the Toyota Tundra and Tacoma?

The 2015 Toyota Tundra and 2015 Toyota Tacoma are quality pickup trucks with a rugged design and impressive capability. Both trucks are available in a variety of trims to meet the needs to of a wide range of drivers, from those who need a powerful workhorse to those who need a capable family friendly vehicle. So, what is the difference between the Toyota Tundra and Tacoma? While these are both great pickup trucks, the Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma are actually very different vehicles. The main differences between the two trucks is going to lie in the cost, seating capacity, power, and capability. Depending on why exactly you need a pickup truck, one of these two vehicles may be just right for you. See the chart below for the base model specifications of these Toyota trucks. Read the rest of this entry >>