Toyota is the largest and most profitable car company of the world with market valuation second after Tesla at $207.5 billion. If one can start a sentence about a company with this figure and stats, surely it must be a massive industry in the world. Toyota, headquartered in Japan, made a sales figure of 9.5 million vehicles worldwide (11.3%) in 2020 even when during the worldwide pandemic, reclaiming the title of world’s largest car maker from Volkswagen. Toyota owns Lexus, while having stakes in Subaru and Suzuki.
Toyota has a long list of models in its sleeves, with iconic nameplates running on a record duration of time. The badge of Land Cruiser has been running since 50s and Corolla since late 60s. Along with badges, Toyota run long term, with models outperforming their counterparts. Toyota is known for their reliability, high mileage and durability due to their over engineered designs.Toyota, unlike other manufacturers, is also known for being eco-friendly. Toyota started the trend for hybrid vehicles. In fact, Prius was the first in the world to adopt to hybrid standards in mass production car. Toyota Supra (MK4) enjoys being tuners favorite, Prius remains one of most fuel-efficient cars, Land Cruiser remains one of the most reliable cars. Being crowned with such legacy certainly has pushed Toyota to break its own record for newer cars to come.
Toyota currently produces cars (Prius, Corolla, Camry, Avalon, Mirai, 86, Supra, Sienna), trucks (Tacoma, Tundra), Crossovers & SUV (Venza, C-HR, RAV4, Highlander, 4Runner, Sequoia, Land Cruiser) for the USA market. There are various hybrids and fuel cell models integrated in the above specified models.
Toyota has grown from a war-torn industry to a global behemoth with its operation in more than 170 countries. With its award-winning designs, reputation for innovative technology and global presence, Toyota strives for excellence and domination in the industry.
Toyota cars are known for its Japanese build and quality. But what can matter is also the fuel performance or MPG of these Toyota cars. Below is the list of Toyota cars along with their range of MPG or gas mileage.
|Toyota 4Runner||16 to 19|
|Toyota Avalon||21 to 44|
|Toyota C-HR||27 to 31|
|Toyota Camry||22 to 41|
|Toyota Corolla||28 to 53|
|Toyota GR Supra||22 to 32|
|Toyota Highlander||20 to 36|
|Toyota Land Cruiser||13 to 17|
|Toyota Prius||47 to 58|
|Toyota Prius Prime||53 to 133|
|Toyota RAV4||25 to 94|
|Toyota Sequoia||13 to 17|
|Toyota Sienna||35 to 36|
|Toyota Tacoma||17 to 24|
|Toyota Tundra||13 to 17|
|Toyota Venza||37 to 40|
Here are some of the models from the past before 2021:
|Toyota Yaris (2020)||30 to 40|
Disclaimer: We don’t guarantee the accuracy of figures provided for fuel economy of Toyota vehicles and cars in mpg.