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Power Circle Ratings™ / Toyota

Scoring Legend

5.0
Among the best
4.0
Better than most
3.0
About average
2.0
The rest
  • 2014 Toyota Highlander

    $29,215 MSRP

    Hwy 24/City 18 MPG

    Quality 4.0

    Performance & Design 5.0

    Predicted Reliability 3.5

    award winner

  • 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid

    $26,140 MSRP

    Hwy 38/City 40 MPG

    Quality 5.0

    Performance & Design 3.0

    Predicted Reliability 4.5

    award winner

  • 2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid

    $27,050 MSRP

    Hwy 35/City 31 MPG

    Quality 3.0

    Performance & Design 2.0

    Dependability 5.0

    award winner

  • 2011 Toyota Sienna

    $25,060 MSRP

    Hwy 22/City 16 MPG

    Quality 3.0

    Performance & Design 3.0

    Dependability 5.0

    award winner

  • 2008 Toyota Sequoia

    $34,150 MSRP

    Hwy 16/City 13 MPG

    Quality 5.0

    Performance & Design 5.0

    Dependability 4.0

    award winner

  • 2007 Toyota 4Runner

    $27,635 MSRP

    Hwy 19/City 16 MPG

    Quality 5.0

    Performance & Design 4.0

    Dependability 5.0

    award winner

  • 2007 Toyota Sequoia

    $33,160 MSRP

    Hwy 18/City 15 MPG

    Quality 5.0

    Performance & Design 3.0

    Dependability 5.0

    award winner

  • 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

    $33,030 MSRP

    Hwy 27/City 31 MPG

    Quality 5.0

    Performance & Design 3.0

    Dependability 5.0

    award winner

  • 2006 Toyota Sequoia

    $32,820 MSRP

    Hwy 17/City 15 MPG

    Quality 5.0

    Performance & Design 2.0

    Dependability 5.0

    award winner

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The Overall Quality Rating is taken from the Initial Quality Study, which surveys original owners after 90 days of new-vehicle ownership. Ratings are provided at the model level (i.e., BMW 3 Series) and include all trim levels within that model (i.e., BMW 328, 335, 335is, et al). Click here to learn more about Power Circle Ratings or visit the model page for more ratings on the model.

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