With an eye on the future, Toyota is always improving its lineup with new safety tech, better performance, and updated looks. We’ve highlighted a few of changes you can find in Toyota’s most recent vehicles, helping you decide if you should upgrade to the newest model.
Compare Toyota Car Models Years and See What’s New for 2018
Toyota Yaris: 2017 vs. 2018
Toyota’s subcompact returns in 2018 with only minor changes. Its interior and exterior design have been reworked to feature a more European-inspired look.
Toyota Corolla: 2017 vs. 2018
With the exception of some minor changes, like light-up vanity mirrors, the Corolla maintains its look, performance, and features from the 2017 model. As always, Corolla drivers will get great fuel economy and surprising versatility.
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Toyota Camry: 2017 vs. 2018
Toyota’s most popular car is also the most changed in 2018. The Camry has been fully redesigned with a sleeker, sportier, and more aggressive look. This flashy new design is paired with the upgraded performance of three new engines, including an available V6.
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Toyota Prius: 2017 vs. 2018
Since the Prius’ last full redesign was just two years ago, this hybrid is relatively unchanged from last year’s model. As always, drivers can expect fantastic fuel economy and plenty of advanced safety features. An 11.6” touchscreen has been added as an option at higher trim levels.
Toyota RAV4: 2017 vs. 2018
In 2018, this small crossover experienced some big changes to its trim lineup. A capable new Adventure trim has been added to the mix. The hybrid powertrain has also been made available at the base trim. Maximum towing has also been bumped up to 3,500 lb.
Toyota Highlander: 2017 vs. 2018
The Highlander was given an in-depth refresh in 2017, which added powerful new engines and more advanced safety features to the mix. As a result, the 2018 model is largely the same, still offering capable three-row versatility and a smooth, quiet ride.
Toyota 4Runner: 2017 vs. 2018
The Toyota 4Runner comes with minimal changes. Massive cargo space and optional off-road capability are still present. Drivers have a new color, Super White, available at lower trim levels.
Toyota Sienna: 2017 vs. 2018
The 2018 Toyota Sienna minivan comes with an impressive list of new standard features. This includes the Toyota Safety Sense suite of active safety features that come standard in nearly every 2018 Toyota vehicle. Touchscreen navigation and smartphone connectivity have also been made standard.
Toyota Tacoma: 2017 vs. 2018
In 2018, Toyota added the impressive Toyota Safety Sense-P™ suite to their small pickup. This includes active safety features like bland departure alert and the pre-collision warning.
Toyota Tundra: 2017 vs. 2018
Toyota’s rugged and reliable full-size truck came into 2018 with a new front fascia design and Toyota Safety Sense-P™. The regular cab and TRD Pro trim have been removed from the lineup.