Likeable Toyota RAV4 4x4 grows and matures but loses originality and still falls short of the class’s highest dynamic standards
Appealing to some, thanks to a fine balance of quality, space and refinement, but rarely thrilling to be in
Toyota extends its Auris range to include a compact family estate, complete with hybrid drivetrain that helps it stand out from the rest of the segment
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The Toyota Aygo promises Japanese reliability and French charm, but does it deliver?
The Toyota RAV4 offers tidy handling and fine engines, but also a choppy ride and high price
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The original Toyota Yaris was a landmark car, since then it has lost ground to more talented rivals. Can it regain its crown from the formidable and long in the tooth Ford Fiesta?
The Toyota Auris is a spacious, but unspectacular attempt at a high quality Golf rival. Only the availability of a hybrid lifts it from obscurity
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