Toyota started in 1933 and it's first cars were produced in 1935, being run by the boss of it's parent companies son. From these humble beginnings it is now rated as the largest automobile manufacturer in the world.

With manufacturing plants all around the globe, Toyota's cars are popular and seen in most major cities, in fact it is hard to go anywhere and not see a Toyota vehicle or one from it's many subsidiaries. Lexus, Hino, Scion, Yamaha, Daihatsu and Isuzu are all owned by them or Toyota have a large stake in there ownership.

As would be expected by the worlds largest car manufacturer they at the forefront of the race to build eco-friendly cars, having a number of developments using electricity as a clean energy source.

Over the years they have built models to compete in most areas of the motor vehicle sales market. With that, it seems Toyota are always building up a good market share. It's current range of cars goes from small eco-friendly city cars up to pickup trucks and SUV's. With reliability and great customer service it is no wonder that they have grown to be number one.

To get your Toyota valuation, either enter a number plate in the form to the top left, or use the dropdown lists underneath.

A selection of used car dealers from our directory that deal with Toyota vehicles

Audi BMW Citroen Skoda Toyota Volvo
Town Farm Cars
Town Farm, Chantry Lane, Necton PE37 8ES
Audi BMW Citroen Skoda Toyota Volvo
Town Farm Cars
Town Farm, Chantry Lane, Necton PE37 8ES

Latest review of a Toyota vehicle (Prius)

brilliant to drive once you have experienced cvt transmission nothing compares my son has an xj automatic and gear changes are noticeable I use my prius for surveying work through south east and London it is very comfortable in all conditions I fit winter tyres and the prius keeps going and in snow I pass so called prestige suv and Kensington tractors stuck and immobilized Friday I went down to Exeter back on Saturday average mpg 71.2 mpg overall I get 63.8mpg brilliant trouble is I don't like the new prius Toyota should have made more effort with the design anyway I recommend prius although I am going to buy a lexus hybrid is 300h
Economy / Running Costs:
Reliability / Quality:
Value for Money:
Performance:
joachim knight - Tuesday, 15th September 2015