2013 & 2014 Toyota Sedan Reviews & Ratings

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Toyota Sedan Review

Toyota are a Japanese company, and the world's largest manufacturer of automobiles. Although Toyota are arguably better known as manufacturers of pickup trucks, it should come as no surprise that they have produced a wide range of sedan vehicles too. The first one, the Toyota Model AA, rolled off the production line in 1936. The company has continued to produce several models of sedan car in nearly every decade since they began manufacturing. Recent Toyota sedan models include the Prius, Cam... (full review continues below)

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Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry
Year
2013
MSRP
$22,235
Fuel Economy
25 City / 35 Highway
Engine
2.5L I4
Seats
5
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Toyota Sedan Reviews

Toyota are a Japanese company, and the world's largest manufacturer of automobiles. Although Toyota are arguably better known as manufacturers of pickup trucks, it should come as no surprise that they have produced a wide range of sedan vehicles too. The first one, the Toyota Model AA, rolled off the production line in 1936. The company has continued to produce several models of sedan car in nearly every decade since they began manufacturing. Recent Toyota sedan models include the Prius, Camry, Corolla, Avalon and Yaris. Toyota vehicles are noted for their efficiency, and are part of the same family as Scion and Lexus.

Toyota sedan models have a wide range of uses. They are often employed by families for weekend breaks and the school run, as well as commuting. Sedans, particularly newer models, are also sought after by executives and are sometimes used as company cars. Toyota's new hybrid sedan range, which includes the Hybrid Camry XLE, is aimed at eco-conscious consumers who want a comfortable car that's fuel efficient and not too hard on the environment. Because of the range of Toyota sedans available, most people will be able to find one that suits their purposes. In terms of price, there are Toyota sedans to suit every budget.

New Toyota Avalon, the highest-spec models produced by the company cost around $33,000, and have a 3.6 litre engine and every mod con you might wish for. The Sienna 7 is the largest sedan car currently produced by Toyota, and a 7 seater car with a 2.7 litre, 4 cylinder engine, and cost around $28,000. The Hybrid Camry, a general sedan with a 2.5, 4 cylinder engine will set you back $27,000, and should be more economical to run than other comparable cars in its class.

At the less expensive end of the scale, the Corolla, with its 1.8 litre engine costs around $15,000. There is also a thriving market in second hand Toyotas, and their popularity means that you should have no difficulty in finding a dealer or replacement parts. A second hand Toyota sedan can cost anything from $2,500 upwards, depending on the make, model, mileage and condition of the car.

Toyota has had some public relations and manufacturing problems in recent years. It has had to recall many vehicles produced between 2009 and 2011, including Toyota sedan models like the Camry, Avalon and Sienna, because of a number of faults. Most infamously, this included a problem with a sticky accelerator pedal, which caused several accidents. However, Toyota say that these problems have now been resolved, and there have been no recalls of any Toyota cars since early 2010.

The marketplace for this type of car is crowded, and Toyota sedans have many competitors. BMW and Audi produce models aimed at the more expensive end of the market, which compete with the Avalon. In terms of smaller, cheaper sedan cars, the Corolla's main rivals include the Ford Focus, Vauxhall Corsa, and other similar models produced by Renault, Hyundai and a wide range of other manufacturers.