No Longer Just a Luxury Feature

Brands like, Chevrolet, Honda, Mazda, and more, are offering features and amenities once reserved for the luxury automobile level. Whenever new technology is brought to the market it’s typically tested in the luxury market before it’s offered down in the mainstream market. Fair or not, the fact that new tech adds to the price of…

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Continuing to Improve What Scion Left Behind

When Toyota chose to dissolve the Scion brand in favor of having all offerings under one brand name, most of the models that were offered previously were added to the Toyota lineup. One of the cars that we’ve seen as a successful model that has transitioned to the Toyota lineup is the Corolla iM. This…

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Are We Going Boxy?

There are a variety of markets around the world that tell you things will make their way back to the front of what we want and be popular again. The clothes you wore as a teenager in the 1970s and 1980s are coming back to be popular once again as are some of the vehicles…

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Toyota Combined a Minivan and SUV

When it comes to the positive elements of a minivan and an SUV you’ll have the benefits of a family-sized vehicle that can carry everyone where they need to go. As you look at what an SUV offers, the higher ride height and versatility of the cargo capacity make driving and bringing what you’re looking…

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Contenders are Getting Lined Up

Automakers love to advertise their vehicles with the awards they earn to show off what the vehicle has been recognized for. As we head closer to the official beginning of the new 2018 model year the contenders for one of the most prestigious awards have begun to line up and become available to be judged….

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The Toyota Investment in the Hoosier State

For many of the decades before the turn of the century, it felt like the automotive industry was at odds with itself. The foreign vehicles that were being shipped in were thought to be ways for outside companies to swoop in and take over the sales and profits from the US without any actual investment…

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Even More Presence in the World

Everywhere you turn there seems to be Toyota vehicles that are built for the action in place. They have developed race cars for several different racing circuits; they sponsor several companies and organizations as the main sponsors for some sporting events and are now entering a new area of the world. In a recent announcement,…

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The Adoption Process has Begun

When we hear a story of an adoption from another country or from an orphanage we tend to feel a bit warmer in our hearts, with the hope and goodness that this story can offer. In this case, the orphans are the Scion models and the warm feeling is in the fact that Toyota has…

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A Look in Review at Scion

With the recent announcement that Scion will no longer be its own brand after August of this year it seems fitting to take a look at what this brand has meant to us over the past thirteen years. Yes, Toyota has only allowed Scion to be around for thirteen years, but when the overall sales…

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Starting Backwards

Fuel cell vehicles have become a new line that is powered by hydrogen to burn cleaner and be more environmentally friendly than gasoline powered vehicles.  Honda has been working with fuel cell vehicles since 2008 and has worked to build many different refueling stations in Japan and in California.  The newest fuel cell vehicle that…

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