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It's Not a Mirage, it's a Mirai

Many automotive engineers believe that hydrogen fuel cell technology is the future for cars. Of course, ongoing joke is that no matter what the year, hydrogen fuel cell technology is always "five years away." Toyota aims to finally change that with its flagship hydrogen fuel cell car, the 2017 Toyota Mirai..

 

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A New Kind of RAV4

Toyota constantly adapts to a changing market. They continue to change up their crossover SUV, never content to rest on their laurels. 2017 brings a host of few features and a new model, the 2017 Toyota RAV4 Platinum.

 

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Cars.com States Case for Stunning 2017 Toyota Highlander

If you've been scouring the full-size SUV segment for your next vehicular purchase, we here at Del Toyota Inc. would love an opportunity to introduce you to ours, the 2017 Highlander.

Will you two hit it off like we imagine you might?

Make that determination by watching the video below. Cars.com critic Mark Williams is here to provide you with the need-to-know details about the latest Highlander:

No doubt one of our favorites of the Highlander fleet, the mid-level XLE model delivers style and substance in spades.

Standard amenities on this iteration include a sunroof, roof rails, keyless…

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Fresh-Faced 2017 Toyota Corolla Wins Big with AutoGuide.com

While we here at Del Toyota Inc. are not typically ones to play favorites, there are, admittedly, some rides on the roster that simply tend to stand out just a bit more than the others.

And, by all accounts, the 2017 Corolla, the Japanese automaker's compact sedan, is one such vehicle.

And if you're at all wondering what makes it so, we encourage you to scope the clip below. Here today to deliver the need-to-know details about the latest Corolla is AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai:

Drivers seeking a more performance-oriented feel from the Corolla are sure…

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The 2017 Toyota C-HR Revealed in Geneva

While we're sad that we aren't able to explore all the vehicles on display at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, we are stoked that the ladies and gentlemen from AutoGuide.com are there making amazing videos for all of us to enjoy. They just covered the 2017 Toyota C-HR and, while we've seen this compact crossover before, this time it's not a concept and is the final production model! With both a gasoline-powered and hybrid version, gorgeously dynamic styling, and tons of features to keep you safe and entertained, this could be the small crossover of…

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