Crossover vs SUV: What’s the Difference?
More likely than not, you’ve heard the term crossover and crossover SUV when people talk about specific type of vehicles. These days, it almost feels like a buzzword. So, this begs the question: what makes something a crossover and what makes something just a regular SUV? Is there a strict set of criteria? Is one just a subclass of the other?
What are the differences between a crossover and a regular SUV? Read the rest of this entry
The Full Toyota Hybrid List
Hybrid technology has evolved considerably over the years, making hybrid vehicles better for the environment and better for your wallet. The benefits are incredibly drastic for anyone who does a decent amount of city driving. For those that live in urban areas, hybrids should be at the top of your list when looking to get a new vehicle. With hybrid gas mileage almost doubling that of normal combustion engines, it’s a no-brainer.
So then, hybrids are great. But which 2020 Toyota models are hybrids? Read the rest of this entry
2020 Toyota Highlander Seating and Cargo Specs
With the 2020 Toyota Highlander right around the corner, it’s natural to want to know what it has to offer. Especially if you’re planning on waiting for it to come out before you purchase your new vehicle. We’ve covered a lot regarding the 2020 Highlander here at Toyota of Arlington so you can make the most informed purchase possible.
So, without further ado, here is the 2020 Toyota Highlander cargo space and seating capacity. Read the rest of this entry
It’s time for us to talk once again about the all-new 2020 Toyota Highlander, as there are all kinds of aspects and features that we’ve yet to cover. Today, we wanted to take a look at the different drivetrain options in which the new crossover will be offered, as well as some of the related features available in the vehicle. There are four different options to choose from when it comes to your drivetrain, so being armed with the information below will be key to making the right decision! Read the rest of this entry
Vehicles on the market today are much more than just a way to get from point A to point B. They have to be comfortable and stylish, but those have always been requirements. On today’s market, a vehicle’s cabin not only has to be comfortable, but it also has to be connected and entertaining. Display audio screens centered in the dashboard continue to increase in size and scope, while rear-seat entertainment systems become more and more advanced. That’s why the all-new 2020 Toyota Highlander is packed with so many great multimedia & entertainment features. Read the rest of this entry
Before the all-new, next-generation 2020 Toyota Highlander makes its way to dealerships later this year, we’ve still got the final model of the current generation for sale here in Palatine. Surprisingly, the 2019 Highlander underwent several upgrades as well on its way out the door, so we thought we’d highlight some of the model’s specs & features as we’ve got well over fifty models for you to choose from currently! Read the rest of this entry
We’ve been talking a lot about the all-new 2020 Toyota Highlander over the past several days since it made its official debut at the New York International Auto Show. The new Highlander is stunning, and we’ve actually been given a ton of information about it. So, why not dive into everything we know to give you a better idea of what the redesigned midsize crossover will offer when it arrives later this year? That’s why today we’re going to look into performance & efficiency, two of the most pertinent details in any crossover. Read the rest of this entry
While we’re probably still a long way from being able to update our trim level options & MSRP blog for the 2020 Toyota Highlander, as the MSRP is generally one of the last things to be divulged before a vehicle is released, we’re stoked to be able to talk to you about which features are available by trim level. Read the rest of this entry
This year we got an all-new RAV4 that we couldn’t have been more excited about or pleased with, and now we’re getting a redesigned 2020 Toyota Highlander. What did we do to deserve such incredible gifts? Wednesday saw the world debut of the all-new midsize crossover (if you missed it you can watch a recording from the livestream at the link below) and we covered a few of the highlights of what’s exciting in the new vehicle. Today we want to dive into more detail on what’s new, so read on below to find out! Read the rest of this entry
While nothing was confirmed until just a few short weeks ago, we’d had a feeling for a while that 2020 might be the year for an all-new Toyota Highlander. The initial Highlander came to us in the 2001 model year before getting redesigned 7 years later, and seven years after that the third generation kicked off, and now it has been another 7 years. Everything line up, we had to believe a new Highlander was coming… and we were right! It made its official world debut today at the New York International Auto Show and will have a release date of sometime this coming December – the Hybrid model following in January of 2020. Read the rest of this entry