The Toyota Motor Company founded in 1937 has grown to be the world's top automaker. With a reputation for dependable, fuel-efficient vehicles, Toyota cars end up at the top of many shopping lists, and for many, a Toyota purchase is an automatic decision. Toyota offers a full-line of vehicles that fill both standard vehicle categories, as well as many niche vehicles like the FJ Cruiser SUV.
Fuel economy has long been a key decision factor when buying a new vehicle. While the EPA estimates may not accurately predict your mileage with a given vehicle, they are useful for broad comparisons of vehicles. Note that many trucks and large SUVS are too heavy to be required to specify their fuel economy.
For more information, view our new car fuel economy guide.
|Model||EPA City||EPA Highway|
|Toyota Prius c||53||46|
|Toyota Prius *||51||48|
|Toyota Prius v||44||40|
|Toyota Yaris 3d Liftback||30||36-37|
|Toyota Yaris 5d Liftback||30||36-37|
|Toyota Tacoma Access Cab||16-21||19-25|
|Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab||18-21||21-25|
|Toyota Tacoma Double Cab||16-19||19-24|
|Toyota Tundra Double Cab||13-16||17-20|
|Toyota Tundra Regular Cab||13-16||17-20|
|Toyota FJ Cruiser||15-17||18-20|
|Toyota Tundra CrewMax||13-15||17-20|
|Toyota Land Cruiser||13||18|
Note: Bar graphs denote the composite fuel economy for the model. "*" indicates models with incomplete data.