2018 Toyota Cars
Toyota has built its reputation by offering inexpensive cars with a low cost-of-ownership and, usually, high safety ratings. And with the closing of the Scion brand, Toyota has added a few cars to its lineup that cater to younger buyers.
Least Expensive: The Yaris lineup is the least expensive offering at Toyota, with the two- and four-door hatchbacks plus the Mazda-sourced Yaris iA sedan all carrying base prices under $17,000.
Sportiest: As Toyota shutters the Scion brand, the brand’s FR-S has been renamed the 86 for the Toyota lineup. With a 2.0-liter flat-four engine, standard six-speed manual gearbox, and rear-wheel drive, the 86 is the most performance-oriented vehicle in the Toyota lineup.
Popular: The Toyota Camry remains the company’s sales juggernaut, beating every other model in the brand’s lineup including the Tacoma and Tundra trucks. With a low introductory price, three powertrains, and low maintenance costs, it’s easy to see why the Toyota Camry remains the brand’s most popular offering.
Most Expensive: With its go-anywhere abilities, a luxurious interior, and smart looks, the Toyota Land Cruiser and its price tag in the $80,000 range make it the most expensive vehicle in the lineup.