Toyota car reviews

Number one: that's Toyota's position in the worldwide car brand league table, comfortably outselling all other automotive brands. So why is this Japanese giant such a success? It has relentlessly pursued engineering and manufacturing quality above all else, providing customers with the reliability they crave. Which? survey data certainly supports this reputation, with Toyota emerging as one of the top brands for reliability and aftersales (although there are some question marks over the UK-built Auris).

Toyota products may not excite you, perhaps, but they have a tendency to do what they do with boring reliability. 

New Toyota reviews

13 New Toyota reviews available

Toyota Auris reviews

As the replacement for the best-selling car of all time, the Toyota Corolla, the Auris has some pretty big boots to fill. Four engines are offered: 1.33- and 1.6-litre petrol, 1.4 diesel and the Hybrid, which uses the same petrol/electric drivetrain as the Prius.

Latest models: Toyota Auris (2012-), Toyota Auris Touring Sport (2013-) and Toyota Auris Hybrid (2013-)

Toyota Avensis reviews

If you're after a dependable motoring companion, the Toyota Avensis could be the ideal car for you. It's a solidly built large car, available in hatchback, saloon and estate forms. What it lacks in character it more than makes up for in quality and dependability.

Latest model: Toyota Avensis (2009-)

Toyota Aygo reviews

The Toyota Aygo and its sister cars, the Citroen C1 and Peugeot 107, offer low-cost transport with a strong reliability track record. Despite all three of these tiny city cars sharing the same chassis and engines, each one has it own look.

Latest model: Toyota Aygo (2014-)

Toyota GT86 reviews

The Toyota GT86 is a rear-wheel-drive, front-engine, 2+2 sports car. It's the fruit of a joint venture between Toyota and Subaru, which sells the almost identical Subaru BRZ. Under the bonnet, there's a flat four-cylinder engine boasting 200 horsepower. 

Latest model: Toyota GT86 (2012-)

Toyota Land Cruiser reviews

The Toyota Land Cruiser line has one of the longest pedigrees in the market for large SUVs. The current car was introduced in 2010 and counts the Land Rover Discovery, Mitsubishi Shogun and Nissan Pathfinder among its rivals.

Latest model: Toyota Land Cruiser (2010-)

Toyota Prius reviews

Toyota has really made the idea of hybrid cars its own with the Prius. Over three generations, the Prius has confirmed its status as the most competent hybrid car around, and its green credentials are backed up by first-rate reliability and dealer service. 

Latest models: Toyota Prius (2009-) & Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid (2012-)

Toyota Prius+ reviews

The Toyota Prius+ is a seven-seat MPV version of the Prius hatchback. It doesn't really have any hybrid rivals but there's plenty of competition from economical diesel people-carriers in the same size bracket.

Latest model: Toyota Prius+ (2012-)

Toyota RAV4 reviews

Toyota says its RAV4 of 1994 was the first ‘modern compact SUV’. But where the original RAV was fun and fashionable, the latest model is a fully-fledged family car.

Latest model: Toyota RAV4 (2013-)

Toyota Urban Cruiser reviews

The Toyota Urban Cruiser was an MPV/SUV crossover sold in the UK between 2009 and 2012. It was available with a petrol engine and front-wheel drive, or as a diesel with four-wheel drive.

Latest model: Toyota Urban Cruiser (2009-)

Toyota Verso reviews

The Verso is Toyota's rival for mid-sized European MPVs such as the Vauxhall Zafira, Volkswagen Touran and Ford C-Max. The Verso was first launched in 2004 and underwent a major model change in 2009. There was a less extensive revamp in 2013.

Latest model: Toyota Verso (2009-)

Used Toyota reviews

21 Used Toyota reviews available

  • Toyota Prius+ reviews

    1 review available (2012 - 2014) | Used price: from £16,350

    Toyota PRIUS PLUS 1

    The Toyota Prius+ is a seven-seat MPV version of the Prius hatchback. It doesn't really have any hybrid rivals but there's plenty of competition from economical diesel people-carriers in the same size bracket.

    Latest model: Toyota Prius+ (2012-)

  • Toyota GT86 reviews

    1 review available (2012 - 2014) | Used price: from £14,595

    Toyota GT 86

    The Toyota GT86 is a rear-wheel-drive, front-engine, 2+2 sports car. It's the fruit of a joint venture between Toyota and Subaru, which sells the almost identical Subaru BRZ. Under the bonnet, there's a flat four-cylinder engine boasting 200 horsepower. 

    Latest model: Toyota GT86 (2012-)

  • Toyota Verso-S reviews

    1 review available (2011 - 2013) | Used price: from £6,595

    Toyota Verso-S

    Toyota hasn't had a small MPV in the range since the demise of the old Yaris Verso in 2005. But the Japanese carmaker is back with the Verso-S, a more traditionally styled compact MPV which goes head-to-head with the Honda Jazz.

    Latest model: Toyota Verso-S (2011-)

  • Toyota Urban Cruiser reviews

    1 review available (2009 - 2012) | Used price: from £5,125

    toyota urban cruiser1

    The Toyota Urban Cruiser was an MPV/SUV crossover sold in the UK between 2009 and 2012. It was available with a petrol engine and front-wheel drive, or as a diesel with four-wheel drive.

    Latest model: Toyota Urban Cruiser (2009-)

  • Toyota iQ reviews

    1 review available (2009 - 2014) | Used price: from £4,295

    Toyota iQ 1

    The Toyota iQ is almost as short as the Smart Fortwo but somehow manages to provide space - at a pinch - for up to four people. Introduced in 2008, the iQ is an unusually innovative addition to the market for small urban cars, but a slightly pricey one as well.

    Latest model: Toyota iQ (2008-)

  • Toyota Auris reviews

    4 reviews available (2007 - 2014) | Used price: from £3,350

    auris hybrid 1

    As the replacement for the best-selling car of all time, the Toyota Corolla, the Auris has some pretty big boots to fill. Four engines are offered: 1.33- and 1.6-litre petrol, 1.4 diesel and the Hybrid, which uses the same petrol/electric drivetrain as the Prius.

    Latest models: Toyota Auris (2012-), Toyota Auris Touring Sport (2013-) and Toyota Auris Hybrid (2013-)

  • Toyota Aygo reviews

    2 reviews available (2005 - 2014) | Used price: from £2,725

    Toyota-Aygo-1

    The Toyota Aygo and its sister cars, the Citroen C1 and Peugeot 107, offer low-cost transport with a strong reliability track record. Despite all three of these tiny city cars sharing the same chassis and engines, each one has it own look.

    Latest model: Toyota Aygo (2014-)

  • Toyota Verso reviews

    2 reviews available (2004 - 2013) | Used price: from £3,325

    Toyota Verso 2013 1

    The Verso is Toyota's rival for mid-sized European MPVs such as the Vauxhall Zafira, Volkswagen Touran and Ford C-Max. The Verso was first launched in 2004 and underwent a major model change in 2009. There was a less extensive revamp in 2013.

    Latest model: Toyota Verso (2009-)

  • Toyota Prius reviews

    3 reviews available (2004 - 2011) | Used price: from £4,095

    Toyota Prius Plugin Hybrid 2

    Toyota has really made the idea of hybrid cars its own with the Prius. Over three generations, the Prius has confirmed its status as the most competent hybrid car around, and its green credentials are backed up by first-rate reliability and dealer service. 

    Latest models: Toyota Prius (2009-) & Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid (2012-)

  • Toyota Land Cruiser reviews

    2 reviews available (2003 - 2014) | Used price: from £6,995

    Toyota Land Cruiser

    The Toyota Land Cruiser line has one of the longest pedigrees in the market for large SUVs. The current car was introduced in 2010 and counts the Land Rover Discovery, Mitsubishi Shogun and Nissan Pathfinder among its rivals.

    Latest model: Toyota Land Cruiser (2010-)