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2022 Toyota Sienna Woodland Special Edition is a trail-ready minivan

Toyota has given its all-wheel drive minivan some off-road prowess, but not much.

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Is there a demand for a trail-ready minivan? Toyota clearly thinks so. The 2022 Toyota Sienna Woodland Special Edition is designed to offer families more off-road prowess, but not much.

The Sienna Woodland Special Edition offers the van's all-wheel drive system and a number of extra goodies that help make it more trail-ready. It builds on the Sienna XLE and delivers a one-inch lift. Towing and hauling toys and cargo is made easier with the van's added tow hitch and standard 3,500-pound towing capacity, and roof rails with crossbars.

The 2022 Sienna Woodland Special Edition gets dark chrome-colored accents, black badging, and 18-inch wheels. Toyota will sell the model in an exclusive Cement color as well as Midnight Black Metallic.

2022 Toyota Sienna Woodland Special Edition

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The van comes with the standard Sienna 2.5-liter four-cylinder hybrid engine that yields 245 horsepower. The new model gets an EPA-estimated 35 mpg.

A 1500-watt power outlet has been installed and black sport trimmed seats with a unique stitching color are standard. Toyota has added navigation and a 12-speaker JBL 1,200-watt stereo system to the model. The list of standard features continues with super-long slide seats, second-row captain's chairs, Split & Stow 3rd Row seat, kick-activated sliding doors, heated front driver and passenger seats, second-row sunshades, and seven USB ports across the Sienna's three rows.

Each Sienna Woodland Special Edition comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense (TSS 2.0), which includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane departure alerts with lane trace assist, full speed adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, cyclist detection, and road sign recognition.

Pricing for the 2022 Toyota Sienna Woodland Special Edition yet to be announced. The company has said that once the van goes on sale this autumn, for every Woodland Special Edition model purchased. Toyota will make a $250 donation to the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF). A minimum donation of $250,000 has been promised.

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This car's auction price is already well past $100,000.

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The Toyota Supra is a car whose legend has grown, thanks in part to an appearance in a cult classic movie. Enthusiasts were already obsessed with the cars before 2001's Fast & Furious, but the Supra's leading role as a world-beating Japanese supercar cemented its place at the top of the automotive pyramid. Prices for the cars have been out of this world for years, but this 1995 Supra Turbo up for auction on Bring a Trailer might just take the cake as one of the most expensive ever sold.

The Renaissance Red Supra is absolutely mint, and shows just 7,000 miles on the clock. This fourth-generation Supra is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six that was rated at 320 horsepower and 315 pound-feet of torque when new. Unlike so many of the unfortunately-optioned cars seen for sale today, this one has a six-speed manual gearbox. The car is rear-wheel drive and features a limited-slip differential.


1995 Toyota Supra The Supra has grown in value significantly in recent years.Bring a Trailer


Inside, this car is every bit as nice as we'd expected a one-owner, 7,000-mile example to be. The ivory leather upholstery looks new, as does the dash and carpeting. The driver-focused center console has a factory CD player – a big deal in 1995 – and a cassette deck.

These cars are great, no doubt about it, but six figures (or likely way more, in this case) is a crazy number for someone to pay. We'll be watching the auction, though, and so should you. There are four days left for the already silly $136,000 bid to grow – substantially.


1995 Toyota Supra The car's ivory leather interior looks brand-new.Bring a Trailer

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New sports car

2022 Subaru BRZ pricing announced

The BRZ is all-new for 2022.

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Earlier this year, Subaru announced the all-new BRZ sports car, which is coming this fall to replace the previous generation of the car that was discontinued in 2020. It, along with its Toyota cousin, the 86, get more power, updated interiors, and better technology than their predecessors.

The BRZ Premium is the base trim of the car. It starts at $28,955 after destination. Adding an automatic transmission drives the price up by $1,600 to $30,555. The BRZ Limited starts at $31,455 after destination, which shifts to $33,255 with an automatic transmission.


2022 Subaru BRZ The BRZ's compact size and manual transmission make it enthusiast friendly.


The 2022 BRZ gets a new 2.4-liter four-cylinder Boxer engine that produces 228 horsepower. Part of the appeal of small, sporty cars like BRZ is that they are infinitely more fun to drive than larger, more computerized vehicles. To that end, the car comes standard with a six-speed close-ratio manual transmission. Buyers can opt to swap in a six-speed automatic transmission, but that almost defeats the point of the car. A Torsen limited-slip differential, vehicle stability control with track mode, and 17-inch wheels round out the car's standard performance features.

Inside, the BRZ comes with an 8-inch touchscreen that runs Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth, SiriusXM radio, and dual-zone automatic climate controls. A new gauge cluster display can show amps, coolant temperatures, or the car's lateral g-forces, and when track mode is engaged, the tachometer shifts from a circular to a color linear graph.


2022 Subaru BRZ An updated interior and tech are highlights of the new BRZ,

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