Toyota Buyer’s Guides

Founded in 1937, Toyota Motor Corporation is one of the largest car manufacturers in the world, producing around 10 million vehicles per year. They have created some of the world’s most iconic vehicles and sports cars, including the Corolla, Supra, Land Cruiser and MR2.


Third Generation Celica GT-Four – ST205 (1994 – 1999)

Toyota’s most powerful and advanced version of the GT-Four was the third generation ST205. The ST205 is starting to become…


First & Second Generation Celsior – XF10 & XF20 (1990 – 2000)

In this guide we have put together everything you need to know about buying a Lexus LS 400 and the Toyota equivalent, the Celsior (XF10 and XF20)…

Third Generation Celsior – XF30 (2001 – 2006)

For those looking for luxury on a budget you really can’t go wrong with the Lexus LS 430 (known as the Toyota Celsior in Japan)…


12th Generation Crown – S180 to S184 (2003 – 2009)

If you are looking for a car that provides luxury motoring without breaking the bank, a twelfth generation (S180) Toyota Crown…


Mk1 MR2 – AW10 & AW11 (1984 – 1989)

Without a doubt the first generation MR2 is one of the greatest Japanese sports cars of the eighties and the nameplate has gone…

Mk2 MR2 – SW20 (1989 – 1999)

The second generation MR2 is one of Toyota’s most loved cars of all time and the turbocharged version was a seriously…

Mk3 MR2/MR-S – W30 (1999 – 2007)

Following on from the massively popular Mk2 MR2, Toyota launched the third-generation model in 1999. This new W30 MR2…


Fourth Generation Supra – A80 (1993 – 2002)

Arguably the most famous and desirable Toyota Supra is the Mk4. It has become a major collector’s item and is one of….


First Generation 86 (2012 – 2020)

For those looking for a reliable and fun rear-wheel drive coupe you can’t go far wrong with the Toyota 86 (Also known as the Scion FR-S or GT86) or Subaru BRZ….