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What Toyota should I buy for a variety of needs?

What Toyota should I buy for a variety of needs?

Toyota builds a wide variety of crossovers and SUVs, from the simple, economical C-HR to the best-selling RAV4 to the legendary off-road-oriented 4Runner and Land Cruiser. If you are looking for a vehicle that can make your life easier in a variety of different areas, then a Toyota can be a great fit. From cargo room and comfort to performance and style, at our dealership, you can find exactly what you are looking for. If you need to haul equipment or transport the family to and from safely, then we encourage you to keep reading this blog to get more information about what Toyota you should buy to meet all of your needs. 

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The Toyota C-HR

The C-HR should be thought of more as a high-riding hatchback than as a bona fide SUV. Still, it’s an affordable hatchback with an upright driving position, making it a great alternative to a traditional sedan. The C-HR also comes with great active safety features including standard adaptive cruise control that can function at low speeds, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist, and automatic high beams. Under the hood is a basic 2.0-litre 4-cylinder putting out 144 horsepower and driving the front wheels via a continuously variable automatic transmission.

The Toyota RAV4 

Toyota has opted to give it a full redesign for 2020, and the new model looks poised to build off of the old RAV4’s success. Two different powertrains along with several different variants are offered. Basic gas-powered models use a 2.5-litre 4-cylinder making 203 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque, paired with an 8-speed automatic. AWD is optional. The Toyota RAV4 is the perfect vehicle for those looking for a vehicle that checks off all of the boxes for day to day use. 

The Toyota Highlander 

The Highlander is Toyota’s midsize family-hauling crossover, with room for up to eight passengers and loads of cargo room. It will also be fully-redesigned for the 2020 model year. The new Highlander also gets Toyota’s second-generation suite of active safety features that now includes lane tracing assist and road sign recognition. If you are looking for a bigger SUV that can carry your groceries and carry your family and your belongings on a weekend adventure, then a Toyota Highlander can be a great choice. 

The Toyota 4Runner 

The 4Runner TRD Off-Road starts things off with a charmingly old-school manual gear lever for shifting into 4WD, a locking rear differential, and Toyota’s Multi-Terrain Select and Crawl Control features. Optional is the clever KDSS, or Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System, which can detect when the vehicle is driving over rough terrain and automatically disconnect the sway bars for added articulation. Positioned above the TRD Off-Road is the TRD Pro model. Starting with a TRD Off-Road as its base, the 2020 TRD Pro comes with a Fox-developed off-road suspension system, a front skid plate, black TRD wheels, all-terrain tires, the “TOYOTA” wordmark grille, a unique roof rack and more. The Toyota 4Runner can go off-road on the weekends and haul your groceries and family during the week. A good-sized vehicle with a powerful engine. 

Thes are just a few of the Toyota vehicles that can check off all the boxes of day to day use. If you are looking for what Toyota you should buy fora variety of needs, then we encourage you to continue browsing through our inventory online.

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