Toyota is a multinational based in Japan and is the world's largest car manufacturer. It currently owns and operates Lexus and Scion brands and has a shareholding stake in Daihatsu Motors, Fuji Motors and Yamaha Motors. The company has 522 subsidiaries.

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  • Toyota Auris Series 07 Despite the fact that Toyota ditched the biggest selling name in car history - the Corolla - there's not much in the way of revolution from its predecessor, the Auris.
  • Toyota Avensis The previous two generations of Toyota's large family car, the Avensis, have been pretty faceless.
  • Toyota Avensis Series 97 Toyota Avensis. The current generation Avensis has always majored on comfort and pretty much peerless insulation from the rigours of driving, and a recent set of minor revisions (including the arrival of several new engines) has helped to buff up its case
  • Toyota Aygo Series 05 Despite its Toyota badge, the Aygo is effectively identical to the Peugeot 107 and Citroen C1 that are manufacturered alongside it.
  • Toyota Corolla Series 97 Toyota Corolla. This is Toyota trying to appeal to the style-conscious as well as the cost-conscious.
  • Toyota Hilux (03-06) Series 03 Toyota Hilux (03-06). The Americans have mastered the art of turning a pick up truck into a passenger vehicle and it's catching on here too.
  • Toyota iQ Series 09 It's no exaggeration to say that the iQ is one of the most radical cars that Toyota has ever produced.
  • Toyota Land Cruiser The Toyota Land Cruiser isn't your typical 'Chelsea Tractor'.
  • Toyota Landcruiser Amazon Series 98 Toyota Landcruiser Amazon. Truly great in the wild, and the choice of people in the parts of the world where durability is valued above all else, but the Amazon is unsuited to British roads or tastes.
  • Toyota Prius The Toyota Prius has been the car to be seen in since it was first launched in 2000.
  • Toyota RAV4 Series 06 The Toyota RAV4 has always appealed strongly to people looking for an urban off-roader that majors on image and on-road manners rather than extreme off-road ability - and the third generation model is no exception.
  • Toyota Urban Cruiser Series 09 Toyota's distinctive Urban Cruiser is a niche model in a growing segment of cars that are probably best described as butch superminis.
  • Toyota Verso Series 09 Toyota Verso. This is the Verso, Toyota's compact seven-seat MPV which, you may argue upon seeing it, isn't actually very compact at all.
  • Toyota Yaris (99 - 06) Series 99 Toyota Yaris (99 - 06). Small but perfectly formed, the Yaris is full of character and in fact offers a surprising amount of interior space and comfort with a rear seat that slides to allow more room in the rear or boot.
  • Toyota Yaris Series 06 Although it's not particularly likely to top the sales charts, the second generation Yaris goes straight to the top of the supermini segment in terms of desirability.

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