|The 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer.|
|The 2016 Toyota Avalon.|
In toughening up the Avalon, Toyota made it too tough for returning customers, who Toyota does not want to scare off while it brings the car into the here and now. So for 2016, most Avalons will get a softer suspension. The Touring model, on the other hand, gets an even stiffer one.
|The 2016 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring.|
This time, it was four people, three of them female (Navigator and her two daughters). We'd be sleeping on the sofa and in sleeping bags at a friend's apartment in Santa Monica, so we could skip the tent and the firewood, but there's still five days of clothing for four people, sleeping bags, pillows, an air mattress and road food for a 20-year-old and a 15-year-old, which is a lot more boxes and bags of profoundly unhealthy things than you can imagine...plus whatever would be picked up along the way and brought back to Folsom.
|The 2016 Lexus NX 200t F SPORT.|
|The 2016 Honda Accord Sport.|
As with most things in life, and especially in automobiles, the word "Sport" here is relative.
|The 2016 Toyota 4Runner Trail.|
That includes the iA, the iM, and the FR-S (one of our Top Ten Cars listed on the right side of this page). The C-HR concept, which was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November, will also see production as a Toyota.
The Scion tC will have a final release series edition and wrap up production in August. The xB is already out of production but still featured on Scion's website as dealers try to clear unsold 2015 models.
While most observers see this as another in the long list of brand failures, Toyota says it is actually "mission accomplished"...that Scion has brought younger people to the company's vehicles that would not otherwise have considered Toyota products over the past 13 years, and now they and the vehicles they like can be transitioned to Toyota. Read the full press release here.