Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a safety recall involving Toyota C-HR, Yaris, Yaris Cross and GR Yaris vehicles produced between May 2020 - August 2021 (inclusive). There are approximately 18,490 vehicles involved in the Australian market.
The subject vehicles are equipped with a Millimetre Wave Sensor (radar sensor) and a camera to detect objects, such as another vehicle in front of the subject vehicle. The radar sensor used by the Pre-Collision System (PCS) may
Toyota has launched its all-new LandCruiser 300 Series, kicking off the next chapter in the legendary off-roader's storied history
Newly constructed from the ground up, the all-new 300 Series takes the capability, durability and reliability of the iconic LandCruiser nameplate to new levels, while also making advancements in safety, comfort, performance and technology.
Key upgrades include a new 3.3-litre V6 twin-turbo diesel engine, a bold new exterior design underpinned by the Toyota
Customer deliveries of the highly anticipated Toyota LandCruiser 300 will be delayed, Toyota Australia announced today
As previously advised, LandCruiser production in Japan has been halted for part of August and most of September due to COVID-19 restrictions in Southeast Asia that have led to parts shortages.
However, a limited number of vehicles will be in dealerships as demonstrator models nationally from early October, giving our valued customers the opportunity to experience the n
Toyota is set to deliver performance car fans an early Christmas present with the upgraded GR Supra - with a power boost of 35kW
With 285kW now on tap from its 3.0-litre turbo straight six, the upgraded GR Supra shaves 0.2 seconds off it's 0-100km/h time with the iconic rear-drive, two-door coupe able to cover the sprint in just 4.1 seconds.
The power boost comes as part of an upgrade aimed at further improving the already potent performance of the car, including the addition of under-
Few cars can claim to be genuinely iconic, but Toyota’s beautiful 1960s 2000GT sports car certainly is. Now a rare example has gone under the hammer for more than $900,000
Very few 2000GT come up for sale, never mind one originally bought and owned by legendary American racing driver Otto Linton (1917-2018), so this 1967 model attracted fierce bidding when it arrived on the auction platform at RM Sotheby’s in the US.
Bidding exceeded the car’s upper estimate, closing at $912,500, or ap