With the gift-giving season upon us, we’ve been caught humming our favorite Christmas songs on more than one occasion. But you can’t hear our yuletide joy from across the internet, so here’s our spin on one of those holiday classics, “The 12 Reasons to Love Toyota.” (Sing along—you know the words.)Continue reading “The 12 Reasons to Love Toyota: A Christmas Carol”
Consistently affordable, dependable, and downright sexy, the Toyota Corolla has been one of the world’s most popular cars for the better part of five decades. Since 1966, nearly 45 million Corollas have hit the roads, from the tip of Maine to Sedalia to the southwest corner of San Diego. That’s about 2 million cars for every year the Corolla has been the planet’s bestselling nameplate (1997).
Venerable as it is today, the Toyota Corolla went through several dramatic facelifts before earning the public’s respect. Here’s how we got to the latest, 12th-generation 2020 Corolla, which just happens to be available for sale and lease right now at a Toyota dealership near you. (Buckle up.)Continue reading “2020 Toyota Corolla: The Evolution of a Bestselling Sedan”
The Highlander, Toyota’s best-selling 3-row SUV, is putting on some slick new threads for 2020, and boy is it looking good. Completely redesigned to close out the model’s third generation, the 2020 Toyota Highlander is sleeker, more powerful, and comes with additional standard features, plus a bevy of all-new ones. Rivals beware—America’s most popular large SUV just got more difficult to topple.Continue reading “2020 Toyota Highlander: Release Date & New Features”
It’s tough out there for compact sedans like the Toyota Corolla. Gas remains cheap, which has been a boon to SUV and pickup truck sales. (“Good for them!” the Corolla Hybrid says, begrudgingly.) So, as shoppers flock to bigger vehicles like the Toyota Highlander, smaller cars are left fighting for scraps.Continue reading “2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid: A Prius In Corolla Clothing”
Ready for a glorious family road trip? The 2019 Toyota Highlander makes every journey an adventure. With its awesome style and immense capability, it’s the full-size SUV that handles people and cargo with ease. With seating for up to eight, the Highlander has room for the whole gang, and everyone stays safe with Toyota’s advanced Star Safety System and a premium suite of active safety features.
Toyota is one of America’s most reliable brands, and the Highlander combines that with fantastic versatility. Here’s why you should consider the new 2019 Highlander as you search for your next SUV.Continue reading “The 2019 Toyota Highlander: All Highs, No Lows”
After two long decades, the legendary Toyota Supra is making a triumphant return. That’s right: an all-new 2020 GR Supra recently debuted at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, and it looks in-cred-i-ble. Having attracting legions of fans during the sport car’s ‘90s-era heyday, this century’s Supra promises to do the same and then some. It will be available in three trims — 3.0, 3.0 Premium, and an exclusive Launch Edition – though only 1,500 Launch Supra models will be built, which means you’d better jump on the Supra train now to get yours.Continue reading “2020 Toyota GR Supra: The Wait Was Well Worth It”
For a few years now, it seems that sedans have been relegated to the parking lot, waiting for the Early Bird Special crowd. However, with the 2019 Toyota Camry, things are destined to change. In fact, since Tokuo Fukuichi stepped in as the company’s Chief Officer of the Design Management Division in 2016, the Camry has looked more poised to take the field for a photo shoot than ever before. Its lean and toned design, introduced in 2018, is, in fact, a departure from the middle-age sprawl that so many of its sedan rivals seem to have fallen prey to.
As a car dealership in Sedalia, we’ve long been aware that the Camry is the best car in America. But what makes the 2019 Camry such a great model? The Camry still delivers on dependability and affordability, but thanks to the Toyota design team’s ingenuity, it’s now ranked the #1 mid-size car according to U.S. News, earning a 9.1 rating out of 10. So, the word on the street is the 2019 Toyota Camry isn’t just another pretty face. There’s substance behind the toned-ab body styling.Continue reading “The 2019 Toyota Camry May Be The Best Camry Ever”
No one is excited about receiving a recall notice in the mail. After all, you rely on your vehicle to get you to work and school. But recalls are relatively common and nothing to get anxious about — in fact, you may feel safer knowing that your car manufacturer and dealership are looking out for your safety by taking steps to repair issues before they lead to problems on the road.
You may have read or seen information in the news about a recent Toyota Prius recall. And you probably have questions about how this affects you and your lovely Prius. Here are some of the common questions our Sedalia Toyota dealership has received about the Prius recall.
Fall will be here before we know it, and once football season begins, people turn their thoughts to the gridiron. If you’re planning a road trip with friends to catch the Kansas City Chiefs or a college game, make sure you’ve got the right tailgating vehicle. Raise the ante on your pre-game hang-time with one of these best tailgating vehicles from Toyota.
Bold. Sexy. Dominant. The road to Avalon, where myth and legend unite to forge unbridled power. This sums up the 2019 Toyota Avalon. Smooth, sleek lines and a rugged front grille manifest dynamic confidence. Meanwhile, an upgraded, muscular V6 engine propels velocity. This new Avalon release is certainly everything your doctor prescribed, and it’s available for sale and lease today at our Sedalia Toyota dealership!
Oh, we promised a list of the best new Avalon features, didn’t we? Our Toyota dealer’s word is our bond, so here you go.
An Entrance To Be Envied
The 2019 Toyota Avalon made its impressive debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show. With two new colors—a brilliant Harbor Gray Metallic and bright Opulent Amber—Toyota’s largest sedan is longer, wider, and sits lower than its predecessors. Its width has been increased by 0.8 inches, while its wheelbase length has gained an approximate 2 inches. Continue reading “4 Best Features of the New 2019 Toyota Avalon”