Toyota Shows Off at the Los Angeles Auto Show

Toyota Shows Off at the Los Angeles Auto Show

 



Toyota isn’t shying away from the spotlight. At the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, the automaker debuted the first-ever RAV4 Prime and the next-generation 2021 Mirai along with the Camry AWD model. The goal is to provide consumers with more efficiency and versatility than ever before.

With the 2021 RAV4 Prime, Toyota continues to pave the way for hybrid vehicles all while establishing a new norm for fuel-efficiency that doesn’t limit the driver experience. The first RAV4 Prime is no exception, boasting surprising performance capabilities with 302-horsepower, making it the quickest as well as most powerful RAV4 ever…

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Toyota Extends Battery Warranty for Model Year 2020 Hybrid, Plug-in, and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles

 


With 20 years’ experience and more than three million alternative fuel vehicles sold in the U.S., Toyota is putting more power behind its hybrid battery and component warranty.

Toyota recently announced that they will extend its hybrid battery warranty from 8 years / 100,000 miles to 10 years from date of first use/150,000 miles, whichever comes first. This extension is valid for all new model year 2020 Toyota hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fuel cell electric vehicles. All other HV components will retain coverage under the Hybrid System Warranty at 8 years/100,000 miles, whichever comes first…

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2020 Toyota Prius

 

The Toyota Prius is one of the world’s leading Hybrid vehicles with up to an EPA-estimated 58 MPG city, 53 highway, and 56 combined EPA-estimated mpg (L Eco grade. The Prius includes a segment-exclusive AWD-e model, featuring an electronic all-wheel drive system which, at speeds up to 43mph, helps give drivers more control when weather and road conditions are less than ideal.

2020 Prius models now come equipped with standard Toyota Safety Connect and upgraded audio with Apple CarPlay® and Amazon Alexa compatibility. Previously, Safety Connect was available only on the top-line Limited grade. The system, which includes Emergency…

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2020 Corolla Family Adds Nightshade Editions

 


The new Toyota Corolla and sporty Corolla Hatchback are getting the Nightshade treatment! These special editions have been added to the grade lineup for model year 2020. Toyota now offers the Nightshade Edition package on six vehicles, with 4Runner, Camry, Highlander and Sienna.

The all-new 2020 Corolla sedan was introduced earlier this year with a new bold exterior styling and a sleek, driver-focused interior. Now, the Corolla is getting a Nightshade Edition on the SE grade with a CVT, with production starting this fall.

The Corolla Nightshade will feature blacked-out Toyota, Corolla and SE badging. The front will include a…

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Toyota Supports Gold Star Spouses and Families

 


Toyota Financial Services recognizes the sacrifice made by military service members and their families, introducing a new program that waives the remaining lease payments for military customers who die or become catastrophically injured in the line of duty.

The relatives of U.S. military members who have died while serving their country, for those who don’t know, are called Gold Star families. Toyota’s new program not only extends to Gold Star families, but it also includes service members who have been catastrophically injured.

If you are in need of utilizing this assistance, Toyota lease customers or their family…

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Make Sure Your Car Seat is Safe During National Safety Month

 


One of the leading causes of childhood deaths is preventable and you may be doing something incorrectly.  What if you found out that the problem is an issue with your car seat.

Buckle Up for Life is a national safety program from Toyota and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center that educates parents and caregivers about the proper use of car seats, booster seats and seat belts.

Since launching back in 2004, Buckle Up for Life has impacted more than 100,000 people and given more than 60,000 car seats to families in need. But the work is far…

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The 2019 Toyota Sienna

 


The 2019 Toyota Sienna is a family van that has seen some exceptional updates. The Sienna features the latest technological advances, with Amazon Alexa and Apple CarPlay for all grades, as well as some new options available for the LE and SE grades.

For 2019, the Sienna receives an AWD drivetrain option for the SE grade. The Sienna SE AWD offers 18-in. 6-spoke gunmetal-finished alloy wheels, as well as 7-passenger seating with removable perforated leather-trimmed second-row lounge seat captain’s chairs with long-slide feature. The existing SE Preferred Package has been upgraded as well with Rear Park Assist Sonar and…

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2020 Toyota Highlander

 


Toyota is on a major roll with new SUVs, especially now that the next-generation of the three-row 2020 Highlander has debuting at the New York International Auto Show.

Just as the first RAV4 launched the compact crossover SUV segment 22 years ago, the original Highlander redefined the midsize family SUV when it arrived in 2001. Back then, it was a time when most midsize SUVs were truck-based, however, the Highlander’s unibody structure with four-wheel independent suspension quickly became the template for a new segment of more comfortable and family-friendly SUVs. Then, after adding a third row, the Highlander not…

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2019 Toyota Camry

 


The 2019 Toyota Camry, the best-selling car in America for the past 16 years, continues to build on its already thrilling style, performance, and innovative safety and technology. The continued excitement over the eighth-generation sedan is the result of its total evolution that first debuted last model year.  The 2019 Toyota Camry has gone from a proven, dependable and safe car to one that adds a more exciting character, thanks to its much talked about newfound performance and style.

The Camry development team aimed for a design concept that achieves strong harmony between refinement, as well as a sensual athletic…

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2020 Toyota Tacoma Adds Host of New Upgrades

 


With competition in the midsize pickup segment heating up, the Toyota Tacoma says, “Bring it.” The Tacoma has been America’s best-selling midsize pickup for 14 years running, and the 2020 models are slated to be the best-equipped ever.

The Toyota Tacoma is often a perennial award winner for segment-leading value. The Tacoma line has set out to boost its appeal for 2020 with revised styling, expanded multimedia tech, added comfort and convenience features and, for the TRD Pro, additional off-road tech.

The Toyota Tacoma pickup, which features a design that is inspired by Toyota’s legendary desert race trucks…

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Toyota isn’t shying away from the spotlight. At the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, the automaker debuted the first-ever RAV4 Prime and the next-generation 2021 Mirai along with the Camry AWD model. The goal is to provide consumers with more efficiency and versatility than ever before.

With the 2021 RAV4 Prime, Toyota continues to pave the way for hybrid vehicles all while establishing a new norm for fuel-efficiency that doesn’t limit the driver experience. The first RAV4 Prime is no exception, boasting surprising performance capabilities with 302-horsepower, making it the quickest as well as most powerful RAV4 ever. It also boasts an estimated 39 mile range on battery alone, more than any other PHEV SUV on the market.

The second-generation Mirai has significantly evolved from its debut back in 2015 as the first production hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV). The newly redesigned Mirai is dramatic and refined. The coupe-inspired design is based on a premium RWD platform. And with an upgraded FCEV powertrain and target of 30-percent increase in driving range, the new Mirai has enhanced performance without comprising.

In addition, the 2020 Corolla and 2020 Corolla Hybrid were named Green Car Journal’s 2020 Green Car of the Year. The Corolla is greater than ever before, offering 32 combined MPG for the gas model and an impressive 52 combined MPG for the first ever Corolla hybrid.

Toyota also brought its new Camry all-wheel drive (AWD) model for the first time since 1991. The Camry AWD is powered by a high-efficiency 2.5-liter DOHC four-cylinder engine teamed with an 8-speed Direct-Shift automatic transmission. The new AWD system also balances added traction with exemplary fuel efficiency, underscoring Toyota’s commitment to the sedan category.

In addition to its newest unveils, Toyota is bringing its a-list lineup to Los Angeles, including the fully redesigned 2020 Highlander that offers a new level of bold design and heightened safety features. The Highlander is available with a V6 engine or a new-generation hybrid powertrain.

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