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Each year Business Insider selects 15 finalists for its Car of the Year competition, ranging from family SUVs to sedans, supercars to EVs.
On Wednesday, Consumer Reports released its annual list of the 10 most reliable cars. Toyota placed seven vehicles on the list, more than any other automaker, and took the top spot with its Lexus GX SUV.
Consumer Reports has released its annual auto-brand reliability rankings. Lexus took the top spot with an average reliability score of 78 out of 100.
The Toyota Camry is the best selling car in America. In 2017, more than 387,000 Camry's were sold in the US. We recently tested a fully-loaded 2018 Toyota Camry XSE V6 and found ourselves impressed by its luxury, tech, and safety features.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has honored 15 vehicles with their Top Safety Pick+ honor. Hyundai Motors led the way with six winners while Subaru followed with four Top Safety Pick+ honors.
QuoteWizard.com, a digital insurance comparison platform, used consumer data from over two million millennials to determine the most popular car models among that particular demographic. Sedans are surprisingly popular with millennials, as eight of the 10 cars listed are of that model.
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Cars.com recently released results to a survey which reveals which vehicles earned a perfect score on the site's Car Seat Safety Check test. The test involves actual hands-on testing that studies vehicle's latch systems and overall ease of use. Then it looks at each type of seat and how it fits.
I drove a $53,000 Toyota Tundra pickup to see if it could hang with Chevy and Ford — here’s the verdict
The Toyota Tundra is typically the fourth-best-selling full-size pickup truck in the US. It's an aging yet reliable design up against new pickups from Chevy, Ford, and Ram. I tested an upscale version of the truck.
The automotive data and research site iSeeCars.com has compiled a list of the 10 vehicles that are most likely to last for 200,000 miles. Toyota and General Motors each have four vehicles on the list, more than any other automaker.