Toyota on Wednesday gave us a glimpse at the next versions of two of its most practical offerings in the lineup, the 2018 Toyota Sienna and the 2018 Toyota Yaris Hatchback.
Toyota Yaris Hatchback The 2018 Toyota Yaris gets similar treatment, but at the other end of the price spectrum.
First, the 2018 Toyota Sienna picks up where the automaker left off last year.
The 2018 Toyota Yaris Hatchback will go on sale this summer.
The automaker’s package of safety features, called Toyota Safety Sense-P, is on every trim this year: L, LE, SE, XSE, XLE, and Limited.
As it stated in 5 Reasons to buy the new 2018 Toyota C-HROur Orlando Toyota dealership is excited about the arrival of the new Toyota C-HR!
The 2018 Toyota C-HR is going to come standard with Toyota Safety Sense P (TSS-P), as well as the LATCH system, Toyota Star Safety System, and 10 airbags.
If you can’t wait until the arrival of the 2018 Toyota C-HR, then get to our Orlando Toyota dealership today!
Designed for optimal efficiency and convenience, the new 2018 Toyota C-HR is due to make its debut in April!
The 2018 Toyota C-HR will get an estimated 29 mpg combined, saving you money as the gas pump.
Toyota unveils 2018 Tundra TRD Pro Sport signaling refresh for entire lineup
As it stated in Toyota reports that driving performance is enhanced through the addition of TRD Sport Tuned Bilstein Shocks and TRD front and rear anti-sway bars.
The new Tundra TRD Sport is available on 4×4 and 4×2 grades in CrewMax and Double Cab configurations and is powered by a 381-horsepower, 5.7-liter i-Force V8.
Toyota has revealed its new Tundra TRD Pro Sport where increased performance enhancements have been paired up with new safety features.
Toyota says the TRD Sport is part of an overall refresh for the 2018 Tundra.
Exterior styling is complemented with interior features that include a TRD shift knob and TRD Sport floor mats.
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