Since the 1970s, domestic automakers have been looking for a way to supplant the competition in meeting the demand for fuel efficient subcompact cars. Honda and Toyota have held steady in offering small, fuel efficient cars that come with reasonable sticker prices. GM, Chrysler and Ford have been trying for ages to get larger shares Read on! →


Despite having a turbulent time of things in the past year, Toyota has reason to smile. The Toyota Corolla, the company’s mid-size sedan, has finally swatted the Ford F-150 aside as the best selling car of all time. Hail to the chief The best selling cars of all time are rarely the most exciting. Instead, Read on! →


During the height of the Toyota recalls earlier this year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigated nearly three-quarters of a billion 2009 and 2010 Toyota Matrix and Corolla cars. A steering issue was the culprit. According to Auto Blog, the Detroit Free Press heard from Toyota that what appeared to be a safety defect Read on! →


The phrase “Made in America” may conjure up different things for different people, but a Toyota is not usually one of them. However, most Japanese cars in the United States are made here. Big Three of Japan have plants in North America Bemoaning the collapse of American manufacturing has become a national pastime. Plenty of Read on! →


A new study by J.D. Power and Associates says that sales for electric and hybrid cars will be slow for at least a decade. The report uses current sales estimates of hybrid and electric cars, which are a small fraction of the market, to estimate growth for the next decade. The report estimates that by Read on! →