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New 2021 Toyota Corolla Hatchback Special Edition sees red instead of black

Red is the new black, Toyota seems to suggest with the the 2021 Corolla Hatchback Special Edition. It comes in Supersonic Red with a distinct body kit.

Playing off the popularity of Toyota’s Nightshade Edition blacked-out appearance packages on five models, the 2021 Corolla Special Edition outfits the SE trim with blacked-out 18-inch alloy wheels instead of 16 inchers, a black front splitter, black side skirts, a black rear roof spoiler, a rear bumper “garnish” that is probably not parsley, and some Special Edition badging. Like the SE, it is powered by a 168-horsepower 2.0-liter inline-4 that sends its power

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New 2021 Toyota Corolla Hatchback Special Edition sees a red instead of black

Red is the new black, Toyota seems to suggest with the the 2021 Corolla Hatchback Special Edition. It comes in Supersonic Red with a distinct body kit.

Playing off the popularity of Toyota’s Nightshade Edition blacked-out appearance packages on five models, the 2021 Corolla Special Edition outfits the SE trim with blacked-out 18-inch alloy wheels instead of 16 inchers, a black front splitter, black side skirts, a black rear roof spoiler, a rear bumper “garnish” that is probably not parsley, and some Special Edition badging. Like the SE, it is powered by a 168-horsepower 2.0-liter inline-4 that sends its power

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The 2020 Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition asks what you need in a truck

Does a pickup truck need a head-up display, 12.0-inch touchscreen, or an 8.0-inch LCD screen in the gauge cluster? Does the bed need fancy storage containers or a reconfigurable tailgate?

These are the questions the Toyota Tundra poses. The Tundra’s far more basic and offers none of the features listed above. The competition sets itself apart with nifty party tricks and luxury-like features. Is that what you need, or even want, in a pickup truck?

With a TCC Rating of 4.7 out of 10 the 2020 Toyota Tundra wins with healthy V-8 power and a comfortable interior, but it guzzles

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2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid crossover SUV will cost $39,220 to start

The quickest Toyota RAV4 SUV will also be the most expensive—at least initially.

That’s according to Toyota, which announced Friday that the 2021 RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid crossover will cost at least $39,220 when it goes on sale around the end of June or early July.

The 302-horsepower plug-in hybrid crossover that can sprint from 0-60 mph in less than six seconds can also be less expensive in some states than the RAV4 Hybrid, which costs at least $29,470 for a 2020 version.

The $39,220 price tag includes mandatory destination charges but doesn’t include any applicable state or federal tax

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