Toyota or Dodge: 91% of People Can't Correctly Identify the Make of These Vehicles! Can You?

By: Craig
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About This Quiz

Are you ready to put your knowledge of cars to the ultimate test? This vehicle identification quiz will certainly test your gray matter if you hope to take pole position!

Why? Well, we take some of America's finest models from Dodge and put them up against perhaps Japan's greatest auto manufacturer, Toyota.  

Now you would think that identifying an American vehicle over a Japanese one would be relatively simple, but we promise, this quiz will stretch your car knowledge to the limit. 

A single screenshot will help you make your decision and yes, there are some classics from both manufacturers as well as a few more obscure vehicles. 

And a range of models from over the years are covered, thanks to the fact that Dodge first started producing vehicles over 100 years ago while Toyota manufactured its first car in the 1950s, rising out of the ashes of the Second World War. 

So saddle up your Charger as you cruise to Avalon, but don't forget to pick up Dina along the way! 

Take this quiz to show that you are a true auto aficionado, capable of identifying the best that both America and Japan have to offer, specifically from Dodge and Toyota. 

Put the key in the ignition, start your and engine and floor it! Go! 

First introduced in 2006, the Auris is derived from the iconic Corolla. This hatchback also has an upscale version called the Blade, which is only available in Japan.

Just over 20 years ago, Toyota first launched its hybrid vehicle, the Prius. From 1997 to 2003, the Prius was part of the compact car market. In 2003, it was relaunched as a hatchback. With over 4 million sales worldwide, this is the top-selling hybrid car on the planet.

The Challenger was first introduced in 1970 as a muscle car. The top of the range model from this era was powered by a 6.98-liter Chrysler Hemi engine. The second generation of the Challenger moved away from the muscle car market. It was produced between 1978 and 1983 as a compact car. Then in 2008, the brand was reintroduced by the Chrysler group, again as a muscle car. Since reintroduction, over 400,000 Challengers have been sold.

Marketed between 1971 and 1994, the Colt was actually built by Mitsubishi Motors and distributed by Dodge in the United States. All in all, there were seven generations of this vehicle.

This front-engined, four-wheel drive (in some models) SUV is popular in many countries around the world. It was first released in 1992 and is currently in its fourth generation. Its popularity in the United States, in particular, continues to grow.

The Toyota Master Ace is known by many names around the world including the Lite Ace, Van, Space Cruiser and Tarago. This is a light van that can be used to transport people or goods.

Essentially a modified Dodge Charger, the Daytona was first released in 1969. Powerplants included a 426-cubic inch Chrysler Hemi engine which produced 425 brake horsepower.

Released in the compact car segment in 1982, the Toyota Camry has changed over the years and since 1991, the vehicle has found itself in the mid-size car category. In that guise, it has undergone facelifts on six separate occasions. It is an extremely popular model in the United States, selling over 2 million units in the last five years.

Introduced in 1960 as a full-sized model by 1963 the Dart found itself in its third generation and part of the compact car segment. This model was produced until 1973 and proved a popular addition to the Dodge lineup.

The Dodge Dakota was a pickup truck competing in the mid-sized market segment. It was released in 1986 and remained a Dodge model until 2011. After sales figures were halved over a three-year period from 2005, the writing was on the wall for the Dakota and it was dropped a few years later.

Seven generations of the Toyota Celica were produced between 1971 and 2006. This very popular sportscar had some excellent racing pedigree and took place in both track racing as well as rallying.

The best selling car in the world, the Toyota Corolla was first introduced in 1966. During its lifetime, it has had 11 redesigns, first starting out as a subcompact model, moving to compact as well as mid-sized categories. In 2016, over 300,000 units of the Corolla were sold in the United States alone.

One of the first minivans to enter the market, the Dodge Caravan first hit the motoring scene in 1984. It is still produced to this day.

The Kingsway, which essentially were rebranded Plymouth models with some Dodge accessories, like bumpers, for instance, were built for markets outside the United States. The Kingsway name first appeared in 1940 and was used up until 1959.

Largely acknowledged as one of the best off-roaders ever, the FJ40 Land Cruiser was produced between 1974 and 1993. And the best part? Well, the Cruiser was able to tackle the toughest terrain straight out the box, with little need for modifications.

A Toyota pickup available in the United States till 1995 and still sold in world markets, the Hilux went into production in 1968 and is currently in its eighth generation.

The Charger was Dodge's first muscle car in the 1960s and entered the market as their answer to the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro. Today, it still battles its rivals. Now in its seventh generation, the Charger SRT Hellcat has a 6.2 liter supercharged engine capable of producing 707 brake horsepower.

Although it was introduced in the 1950s by Dodge, it was the mid-'60s models of the Coronet that muscle car enthusiasts love. The 1969 model looked the part and with a 426-cubic inch V8 Hemi engine under the hood, certainly sounded mean!

This medium duty truck has been produced by Toyota since 1959. In that time there have been eight different generations of the Dina.

Marketed in the large car segment, the Avalon regularly sells over 50,000 units a year in the United States. First produced in 1994, this is the company's largest sedan model in America.

The Crusader was marketed by Dodge in Canada for the Canadian market. Its production ran from 1951 to 1958. Essentially, it was a rebadged Plymouth Cambridge.

Derived from the Tundra pickup, the Sequoia is a full-sized SUV first introduced by Toyota in 2000 and currently still forming part of the fleet. It is now in its second generation with the top of the range model powered by a 5.7-liter V8 motor.

With performance on par with many far more expensive supercars, the Supra became a popular performance vehicle option for the man in the street. Powerd by a 3.0-liter Twin-Turbo engine, the Supra produced 276 brake horsepower.

The Warlock, which fell in the power wagon category, was initially a concept car. Dodge put it into production from 1977 to 1979. The Warlock was only available in black.

This Toyota pickup has been available in the United States since 1999. By producing the Tundra, Toyota became the first Japanese company to produce an American-sized pickup. It is available as a regular 2-door cab, 4-door double cab and crewmax.

With seating for up to 8, the Sienna is certainly a people carrier! It is also extremely safe and the only minivan to offer all-wheel drive.

Built between 1962 and 1965, the Custom 880, which formed part of the full-sized vehicle segment, was brought in by Chrysler after the production of the DeSoto was stopped in 1961. Over 100,000 Custom 880s were sold by the end of the production run in 1965.

Specially designed for the South African market, the Quantum is used as a mini-bus taxi, transporting much of the population to and from work each day. It holds 12 passengers and is powered by either a 2.5-liter diesel or 2.7-liter gas engine.

This pickup truck model was marketed by Dodge between 1961 and 1993 with a name change to Ram in 1981. The D Series included a 4x2 and a 4x4 version.

Based on the Lotus Europe S, the EV is an electric sports car first revealed by Dodge in 2009. The electric engine could generate 268 brake horsepower while the car was said to have a range of between 150 to 200 miles. Sadly, it was shelved.

Produced between 1977 and 1988, the Diplomat contested in the mid-sized car segment. It is exactly the same vehicle as the Plymouth Gran Fury. The Diplomat came with three engine options - a 3.7-liter straight six, a 5.2-liter V8 or a 5.9-liter V8. Diplomats were a favored vehicle for city police forces around the United States.

This "carryall" can be considered an early version of an SUV. It was produced between 1954 and 1966, the Town Wagon started out as a 2-wheel drive, with a 4-wheel drive option added to later models.

This SUV has been produced under the Dodge name since 1997. Now in its third generation, it shares much in common with the Jeep Grand Cherokee, as it is built on the same platform.

This mid-sized compact crossover has been part of the Dodge brand since 2009. It is marketed as the Fiat Freemont in Europe and Australia. The journey has sold over 200,000 units in the States in the last two years.

This two-seat mid-engined vehicle was produced by Toyota from 1984 till 2007 and over three generations. The MR2 was an abbreviation for mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-seater.

Produced by Dodge between 1955 and 1956, this 2-door hardtop was specifically aimed at the fairer sex. Only 2,500 were sold in a two-year period, although little evidence suggests that it was well marketed.

Currently in its third generation, the Highlander is sold in markets around the world, including the United States, Australia and China. No matter where it is sold, it remains extremely popular.

Essentially, the Matador was the base trim version of the Dodge Polara. It was produced between 1959 and 1960 and available in four body styles including 2-door hardtop, 4-door hardtop, 4-door sedan and 4-door wagon.

Built for the Canadian market between 1953 and 1959, the Mayfair was essentially a Plymouth Belvedere, another vehicle in the Chrysler stable. It was affectionately known as the Plodge as it used certain accessories from the marque such as front grilles, for example.

The generation 2 model of the Tacoma are ranked by many as one of the top off-roaders ever made. Not only are they excellent in tough terrain but they are reliable, an important factor when you are far from the nearest mechanic when something goes wrong. One concern about the Tacoma is that the stock suspension is not as good as it could be, and this is often the first thing that owners modify.

The Neon was introduced in 1994 and carried both the Dodge and Chrysler badges. A second generation entered production in 2000 before the brand fell away in 2005. In 2016, Dodge, now owned by FIAT Chrysler, introduced the third generation Neon, based on the FIAT Tipo. Currently, there are no plans to sell the vehicle in North America, however.

Competing in the subcompact car class, the Yaris was first released in 1999. Currently in its third generation, it is available in a hatchback and sedan and is powered by a range of engine options from 1.2 to 1.5-liter petrol engines as well as a diesel option.

This 3-door SUV was produced between 1987 and 1990 and was the same vehicle as the Mitsubishi Montero. Although it was relatively successful in terms of sales, Dodge dropped the Raider in 1990 with no other model stepping up to replace it.

The Verso is a compact MPV first introduced in 2009 and still in production today. According to Eurocap testing, this is the safest MPV available in Europe. It has a range of engine options including gas and diesel, while it is only available with a six-speed manual gearbox.

Produced between 1995 and 2006, the Stratus was a mid-sized car which was very well received when launched. It lasted for three generations before it was discontinued. Interestingly, all production lines and equipment used to make the Stratus were sold the Russian automaker GAZ, which produced 9,000 models for use in the Russian car market.

Produced between 2008 and 2015 in the United States and up until 2017 in the rest of the world, the Venza is a mid-size crossover SUV. It is related to the Lexus RX. The top of the range models are powered by a 3.5 liter V6 engine in conjunction with a six-speed automatic gearbox.

Produced from 1968 to 1971, this muscle car was based on the two-door Coronet. The Super Bee name was also given to a Valiant marque built in Mexico. In 2007, Dodge brought back the Super Bee badge and used it for some Charger models.

Built in the late '50s the Sweptside was marketed as the truck of the future. In reality, Dodge truck sales were insignificant and the Sweptside actually used car parts from other Dodge models. In fact, the Sweptside even featured pointy tailfins, so popular at the time. Although it was certainly different, the Sweptside never made a dent in the pickup market and was shelved in 1959.

The Prius is the top selling hybrid car on the planet. It was launched over 20 years ago.

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