Think of the 2001 Toyota Celica as a motorcycle on wheels. It's light on its feet, compact, racy looking, and...
When Chevrolet and Nissan started assembling electric cars late last year, the general consensus was that the auto industry had taken a turn in the right direction.
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Earlier this week, Toyota announced that it has sold 5 million hybrid vehicles worldwide, with 2 million of them sold in the United States.
The Nissan Juke has been a global success, and Toyota brass is considering development of a rival.
The Toyota Camry, current best-seller in the midsize segment, may be dethroned within the next year.