Toyota will launch Canadian sales of the 2017 plug-in electric hybrid Prius Prime on June 1. The debut will be in EV-friendly Quebec.
Toyota Motor Canada is recalling about 15,000 2016 and 2017 Toyota Tacoma midsize pickups because their rear differentials may leak oil, which could lead to loss of vehicle control.
Toyota Canada Vice-President Stephen Beatty will deliver a speech on climate change at the Great Lakes Economic Forum in Windsor, Ont., April 24.
Lexus, aiming like many automakers to pump some excitement into the lackluster car market, is giving the redesigned LS 500 flagship sedan some sporty bells and whistles just months after its introduction at the Detroit auto show.
The introduction of hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles (HFCVs) in Canada continues to be stalled by the chicken-and-egg standoff: What comes first, the cars or the refuelling stations?
Record sales in Canada have helped pushed global Toyota hybrid sales above the 10-million-unit mark.
Two Toyotas have swept the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada's 2017 “green” vehicle awards.
Toyota is adding a little extra spice to the 86 coupe it inherited from Scion (the former FR-S), offering Canadians a very limited number of what it calls a premium model of the sports car.
In the Toyota C-HR, set to arrive in Canada in May, the automaker has rolled out a vehicle that feels upscale and special, but fully at home in the Scion universe of simple but not austere.
The starting price of $24,690 is for the XLE trim, with an XLE Premium grade coming in at $26,290, plus shipping. The C-HR goes on sale in Canada on May 1.
Canadian supplier Magna International has developed a fuel cell range-extended electric vehicle that uses both electricity and hydrogen and can recharge its battery on the move.
Toyota says its recently upgraded Entune 3.0 infotainment and app suite is a better alternative for the brand and replicates many of the features and applications in the Apple and Google products.