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  • Toyota bZ4X SUV (2021 onwards) Review

    Refined, quiet and comfortable, but needs more range

    Parkers rating: 3.3 out of 5 3.3
    New price: £42,860 - £51,410
    • Longest warranty in the business
    • Excellent infotainment
    • Very comfortable to drive
    • Indifferent range in cold weather 
    • No rear wiper or glovebox
    • Boot space lacking
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  • Toyota GR86 Coupe (2022 onwards) Review

    It’s the best affordable sports car you can buy today

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £30,930 - £32,930
    • Wonderfully balanced
    • Strong performance
    • Snappy manual gearbox
    • Uncomfortable on the motorway
    • Infotainment unreadable in the sun
    • Rear seats only suitable for luggage
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  • Toyota Land Cruiser SUV (2024 onwards) Review

    Iconic 4x4 returns and it’s the best yet

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £0 - £0
    • Hugely capable off-road
    • Much-improved on-road manners
    • Cool, retro design
    • Thirsty
    • No hybrid options at launch
    • A Land Rover Defender drives better
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  • Toyota Yaris Cross SUV (2021 onwards) Review

    Sensible yet charming small SUV made for the real world

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £25,345 - £35,005
    • Just the right size for its target market
    • Hybrid technology delivers strong economy
    • Impressive 10-year warranty
    • Plain interior
    • Infotainment a bit sluggish
    • Lacks the spark and identity of rivals
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  • Toyota Yaris GR Yaris (2020 onwards) Review

    Fast, exciting and very different to a standard Yaris

    Parkers rating: 4.3 out of 5 4.3
    New price: £31,165 - £34,665
    • Fabulous acceleration and performance
    • Four-wheel drive handling is safe and exciting
    • Compact and confidence inspiring
    • Feels special
    • Sounds less than exciting
    • High seating position isn't sporty
    • Too extreme for daily driving?
    • Less practical than regular Yaris
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Toyota is one of the world’s automotive giants and manufactures a massive amount of products each year in its factories all over the world. There are two major UK facilities; a plant in Burnaston, Derbyshire, that builds cars and another in Deeside, North Wales, which builds engines.

Toyota’s range in the UK includes the Aygo, Yaris, Auris, Verso, GT86 sports car, Avensis, Rav4, Hilux and Land Cruiser. It also builds hybrid cars such as the Prius, which uses petrol and electric motors to help reduce emissions and improve fuel economy.

The company started in 1937 as a spin-off from Toyota Industries, producing its first car, dubbed the AA, a year before. Since then it has gone on to sell huge amounts of cars. In particular it sold over 30 million Corollas, which made it one of the best-selling cars in the world.

Toyota also has quite a pedigree in motorsport. As well as a history in Formula 1 it has huge involvement in several Japanese racing series’ and has developed cars for the Le Mans Endurance Series as well as the World Rally Championship.