It’s 2020 already, and that means it’s time for automakers to start revealing their plans for next year. For Toyota, there was no better time to reveal the 2021 Toyota GR Supra than at a press conference at Daytona 2020.
Not everyone who buys a truck needs a half-ton pickup. Toyota Tacoma owners will tell you first-hand just how well their truck performs, even if it is smaller than many common pickup trucks. The size of the vehicle doesn’t necessarily determine how powerful that vehicle can be. It’s more important to know the engine inside and trust the construction of the vehicle. Read on to learn more about what makes the 2020 Toyota Tacoma the smart choice for the modern truck buyer.
As one of the most popular midsize or “light” pickup trucks, the Toyota Tacoma gets its reputation by making sure to build a solid, reliable workhorse for its fans and everyone else who finds the Tacoma the best choice for a smaller truck. No truck would be worth anything without a good engine. For that very reason, the 2020 Toyota Tacoma has two engine options so buyers can choose either lower power for a lower price, or greater power for the best value. Read on to learn about the 2020 Toyota Tacoma engine options.
In the new decade, there is greater concern regarding fuel economy than ever before. The Toyota Corolla has long been one of the most efficient vehicles out there, but how efficient is it now that it has taken on a redesign for 2020? The answer is now a little more complicated than in the past as well since the 2020 model year brings with it the first-ever hybrid Toyota Corolla. Read on to learn about the fuel efficiency of these vehicles.