Toyota has an extensive lineup of family vehicles in the U.S. beginning with the subcompact Yaris, which comes as a sedan and a four-door hatchback. Next, in increasing size, are the Corolla, Camry and Avalon. Toyota has also returned to sports cars, though always in partnerships: the model 86 with Subaru (a BRZ sibling) and the Supra with BMW (Z4).
SUVs range from the car-based C-HR and RAV4 to the three-row Highlander. Truck-based models include the 4Runner, Land Cruiser and Sequoia — all of which have up to three rows of seats. Toyota also sells the Tacoma mid-size and Tundra full-size pickups, and the Sienna minivan.
A hybrid pioneer, Toyota still sells the Prius, now with estimated combined mileage over 50 mpg and optional all-wheel drive, plus a hybrid Corolla sedan. There are also hybrid versions of the Camry, Avalon, RAV4 and Highlander, and plug-in “Prime” hybrid versions of the Prius and RAV4.
Toyota is headquartered in Toyota city, Aichi, Japan.
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