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All 2018 Tacomas Get Safety Sense Update

Toyota doubled down on making the 2018 Tacoma safer than ever with the addition of Toyota Safety Sense P as standard equipment on all models while still retaining the rugged go-anywhere toughness that drivers have always loved about Toyota trucks.

2018 Highlander Adds Tech, Safety Updates

Toyota’s venerable Highlander started off by making waves in the industry and continues to showcase what an automaker can do when it focuses on finding the perfect combination of power, technology, comfort and safety.

Are your tires safe? Take the penny test

Everything in your car—including its ability to stop, avoid road debris, handle wet surfaces and reduce road noise—rides on the quality of the tires. They are the lowest common denominator in vehicle safety.

4Runner Continues Legacy of Comfort, Off-Road Ability

Thirty four years ago the first 4Runner roamed the roadways. Over the decades, the 4Runner has improved in both comfort and toughness.

The 2018 version features a Wilderness Package and the TRD Enhancement Package. See what else is new.

Corolla Adds Safety, Tech Gear for 2018

The 2018 Toyota Corolla builds on the smashing success of last year’s model with upgrades including more standard safety features and standard navigation.

A View From Your Seat: National Parks

There are national parks meant for hiking and camping under the stars. And there are destinations with grand views for drive-through tourists.

Here’s a list of stunning national parks for harried travelers.

Avoid Costly Repairs With Wheel Alignment

You clipped the curb while trying to parallel park and now the car drifts right. Left unaddressed, you could face an expensive repair or tire replacement. Now what?

 

Pacific Coast Drive: Ocean Meets 'Wow!'

There’s a reason Highways 1 and 101 from California to Washington attract drivers from all over the globe.

Simply put, this long and winding road leaves travelers awestruck--1,400 miles of windswept vistas and foaming ocean.