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  • Toyota Camry Saloon (2019 onwards) Review

    Cost-effective big saloon

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £32,905 - £35,475
    PROS
    • Efficient hybrid powertrain
    • High levels of build quality
    • Thoroughly equipped
    • Fine body control and comfort
    CONS
    • Infuriating multimedia system
    • Driving experience is unlikely to excite
    • Dwindling interest in four-door saloons
    • Wrong badge for management types
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  • Toyota GR Supra Coupe (2019 onwards) Review

    Usable but fun – an excellent all-round sports car

    Parkers rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4
    New price: £46,010 - £54,365
    PROS
    • Confidence-inspiring handling
    • Genuinely fast
    • Impressive comfort, practicality and cabin
    CONS
    • Engines could – and perhaps should – be more exciting
    • Not everyone will appreciate the BMW influence
    • Drive modes could be more defined
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  • Toyota Highlander SUV (2021 onwards) Review

    A capable and seriously practical family SUV with hybrid power as standard

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £50,610 - £52,590
    PROS
    • Very well equipped as standard
    • Diesel-rivalling efficiency
    • Highly practical interior
    CONS
    • Third row not as spacious as Land Rover Discovery
    • Drab interior styling
    • Sub-par infotainment
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  • Toyota Land Cruiser (2009 onwards) Review

    The legendary off-roader is as good as ever and promises reliability, practicality and unstoppable progress in rough terrain

    Parkers rating: 3.6 out of 5 3.6
    New price: £42,740 - £58,885
    PROS
    • Amazingly capable in rough terrain
    • Seven adult-sized seats
    • Reliable with a long warranty
    CONS
    • Expensive to buy and run
    • Safety equipment saved for range-topper
    • Rivals are better to drive on tarmac
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  • Toyota Mirai Saloon (2021 onwards) Review

    Welcome to the future: the hydrogen-powered Mirai is the EV you fill up in just five minutes

    Parkers rating: 3.2 out of 5 3.2
    New price: £49,995 - £64,995
    PROS
    • The most ecologically sound car on sale?
    • Zero tailpipe emissions except water
    • A relaxing and comfy car to drive
    CONS
    • Rear seats are cramped and the boot is small
    • Extremely limited refuelling infrastructure
    • A rare-groove car – but a taste of the future?
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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.