Toyota 86 RC 2014 review

Posted on March 27th, 2014

When you’ve eaten the salmon terrine for the entrée and the rib eye fillet for the main, you don’t ask how many calories the crème brulee has because that’s ridiculous. Therefore I don’t care what Read More

Toyota RAV4 Limited (Diesel) 2013 Review

Posted on August 26th, 2013

A few weeks ago we tested the Toyota RAV4 GXL petrol. We commented that it was good, but definitely not class-leading. Now we’re dealing with the top-of-the-line RAV4 Limited diesel. It carries a substantial price Read More

Toyota RAV4 GXL AWD 2013 Review

Posted on July 31st, 2013

It’s not really a soft roader because it has a lockable differential to augment its all-wheel drive, so if you put a decent set of off-road tyres on it, you’ll get to some remote places. Read More

Toyota Aurion Sportivo ZR6 2013 Review

Posted on May 23rd, 2013

The Aurion is the car that almost bridges the gap between Toyota and Lexus. You get the same 200kW, 336Nm, 3.5-litre V6 that you’ll find in an RX350 and, while the interior is not quite Read More

Toyota Corolla Levin ZR vs Corolla GLX (2013) Review

Posted on February 18th, 2013

When it comes to popularity contests the Corolla Levin ZR and GLX are the Wills and Kate of the car world. The Corolla, a 5-door, front-wheel drive hatchback, is the biggest-selling car by quite a Read More

Toyota Land Cruiser LX Turbo Diesel 4 Dr Double Cab CC Review

Posted on January 24th, 2013

At the very toughest end of the Toyota range sits the Land Cruiser 70. It’s a purebred workhorse designed to haul and tow whatever is required over terrain that is rugged and unforgiving. Propelled by Read More

Toyota Corolla Wagon 2012 Review

Posted on November 29th, 2012

In human terms, the Corolla’s oldest traceable ancestors would be living in the mid 1700s. In car terms, things move more quickly and 1966 saw the birth of the first Corolla. This new version is Read More

Toyota Prius v S-Tech 2012 Review

Posted on November 9th, 2012

Whether it’s by happy accident or you’ve planned it, your four or more children put you in a small minority in New Zealand. Strictly speaking, having lots of children isn’t the most environmentally friendly thing Read More

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