The Toyota Venza has been pretty much the same since it was introduced in 2009, but things have finally changed. First and foremost, it is now a hybrid, combining a gas engine with batteries and an electric motor. M.S.R.P. – $39,735. If that interests you, take a look at the pics then scroll down to […]Read More This Is The Same Car? – 2021 toyota venza xle review
There was a time when owning a hybrid vehicle meant making a compromise. The primary purpose of purchasing one would be for the increase in fuel economy, and in return, decreasing fuel consumption. However, the hybrid’s inflated pricing, when compared to money spent on fuel for a traditional gas-powered equivalent, meant that you’d have to […]Read More Crib Sheet – 2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited V6 4×4
According to Webster’s Encyclopedia of Dictionaries, the definition of “economy” is wise expenditure of money; careful use of materials. You might argue that this term was tossed back and forth across the table as engineers conceptualized the idea of the Prius c. When the Prius was first introduced to the U.S. in 2000 (it originally […]Read More Crib Sheet – 2013 Toyota Prius c
With all 12 Toyota models now back to 100 percent production, following the March earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Toyota is expecting that its all-new 7th generation Camry will sell better than ever. And why wouldn’t it? Camry buyers crave safety, reliability, and practicality – all of which the 2012 Toyota Camry provides. The first […]Read More Crib Sheet – 2012 Toyota Camry
Nissan North America has begun introducing its all-new electric car, Leaf, to the general public. The zero emission, 100% electric vehicle has begun touring across the country to spark public interest, a method that seems to be working if gauged by the number people observing and asking questions at the event. The 4-door hatchback had […]Read More It’s ELECTRIC !!!
Last week introduced springtime to 2009 with the advancement of clocks another 60 minutes. Although the weather in various places has said otherwise, paying homage to any of the four possible seasons – 80’s in Georgia, snow in Philadelphia and North Carolina, and cold in California – spring is right around the corner. The past […]Read More Spring Forward
Making choices is a part of life. From a very early age, we are taught to make simple choices – the red one or the blue one? Milk or juice? Pokemon or Transformers? As we get older, our choices become a little more involved – iPod or iPhone? Xbox 360 or Playstation 3? Curfew or […]Read More Choices
America is embarking upon a revolution. According to Webster’s Encyclopedia of Dictionaries, the term revolution means a radical change in constitution of a country after revolt. Although I in no way claim proficiency in history, American or otherwise, I know our country has been in a situation like this before. Sometime during the late 18th […]Read More Revolutionary Fuel