Toyota has an excellent reputation for performance and reliability, but it can be a little hard to get past its lackluster performance and lackluster fuel economy.
According to Toyota’s performance tests, its performance in America is good but not great.
It scored a 96 in all of our tests.
Ford scored a 93, which is still good but nothing special.
The Toyota Supra scored a 98, which isn’t bad, but the car is priced like a $40,000 vehicle.
Volkswagen scored a 95, which would be great, but not a bad score.
It’s a good thing that Volkswagen’s test cars were sold in the United States because if Toyota were to release its cars in Europe, they would likely score a higher score.
A Volkswagen car in the U.K. would be much more desirable.
Ford and Toyota are both selling vehicles in the European market, but Volkswagen’s U.S. sales are dominated by its C-Max pickup and the Jetta SportWagen.
This means that VW is able to sell vehicles in both markets at the same time, which means its performance is comparable to that of the Toyota Supras.
For those of you who like to drive in the rain, Volkswagen has a few other cars that score above average.
The C-Class has a 91, the C-Sport has a 93 and the Golf GTI is a 92.
As for Toyota, the Toyota Corolla has a 94 and the Camry is a 95.
The Mitsubishi Lancer is also a popular car in Europe but it has a lower score than the Toyota Celica.
Another car that is selling well in Europe is the Volkswagen Golf GTi.
It scores a 92, but a Nissan GT-R gets a 93.
Toyota also makes an SUV called the CX-7 and it has an 89 in all our tests, which sounds great.
But the Celica and Golf GTIs don’t get the same high scores as the Celicas.
The Celicas are cheaper than the Golfs, but they’re also more expensive than the Celias.
And the Celicias are even more expensive.
The $32,000 Celica starts at $25,999 and goes up to $37,999.
The Golf starts at around $40.000, but is available in two versions: the standard model and a Sport.
The GTI starts at about $39,999, but you can add a manual transmission.
The Celica S has a better overall score than most other cars in our tests and the Celics are more expensive, but both models score below average.
In our testing, we found that the Toyota Prius and Toyota Highlander both scored an average score in all the tests, but Toyota’s Prius scored the highest in our testing.
The Highlander was a little better in our performance tests than the Prius.
It has a score of 93.3.
If you’re a hardcore car enthusiast, you may want to check out our best cars for sale in the US.