The 2007 Toyota Tacoma is Toyota's entry in the pickup truck division of vehicles. The Tacoma comes in a number of trims and price ranges with a variety of options and configurations. The trims available are the Base, PreRunner, and X-Runner. All are available in rear-wheel and the Base trim comes in a four-wheel drive version as well. All are also available in a V-6 engine and all but the X-Runner come in an option for regular cab, access cab or double-cab. The prices range from just over $15,000 to just under $30,000 and the 2007 model features a number of small changes to the interior.
The 2007 Toyota Land Cruiser has managed to update some of its safety features for 2007 and a few options that are new. The large SUV underwent several cosmetic upgrades in 2006 and the basic design of the vehicle remains the same for 2007. The Toyota Land Cruiser is Toyota's most-expensive SUV model and is considered a large SUV even though it is slightly smaller than the Toyota Sequoia. The Land Cruiser comes in one model and trim which is a 4-door four wheel drive.
The 2007 Toyota Yaris is similar to the 2006 version. In fact Toyota began selling the Yaris in 2006 as a 2007 model. The vehicle is Toyota's most-compact car available in the United States. It replaced Toyota's Echo. It is a vehicle available in a four-door sedan or hatchback. It is known for being compact, reliable, extremely affordable and fuel efficient.
The 2007 Honda S2000 is Honda's two-seater high-performance roadster. The vehicle only comes in a convertible model. In 2004 the vehicle got an upgrade to a larger engine. There have been few, if any, changes for 2007. It is known for its excellent handling capabilities, engine power and speed.
The 2007 Honda Accord Hybrid is a slightly more expensive hybrid when compared to the Toyota Prius and the Civic Hybrid. It is a sedan that seats four comfortably and is known for being harder to spot than other hybrids. Except for some differing grille work the Hybrid Accord is not much different than the standard Accord. There is little change between the 2006 and 2007 models.
The 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid was rolled out by the company in 2006 and was billed as a much more fuel efficient vehicle than previously available from Honda. The Civic Hybrid can get up to 49 miles to the gallon in city driving and 51 miles for highway driving. For the 2007 version the car now has XM Satellite radio standard when the navigation system option is purchased but is little changed from 2006.