The Land Cruiser has been a popular choice for over 60 years. Toyota is celebrating this vehicle’s long-standing reputation with the release of the 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition. Check out a few features that you can expect from this highly-anticipated cruiser vehicle.
Land Cruiser loyalists will enjoy the traditional cues of the Land Cruiser Heritage Edition. Drivers who are new to the Land Cruiser lineup will enjoy the modern accents. With 18-inch wheels, a distinctive front grille, and the recognizable Toyota Land Cruiser logo on the D-pillars, its design is as appealing as its performance. Toyota proudly displays its name on many of the exterior accents including the tire caps and front grille.
The blackened accents and fog lights with chrome surrounding help to give the 2020 Land Cruiser a unique appeal, setting it apart from other SUVs on the road. Even the exterior side mirrors are outlined in a chrome color. If you put the 2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition next to the traditional Land Cruiser, you will also notice the lack of running boards and side molding. This gives it a sleeker and more enigmatic look. The Heritage Edition will come in two color patterns which include the Midnight Black Metallic or the Blizzard Pearl.
The 2019 Toyota Highlander and 4Runner are both great options for the more adventurous driver. Consider a few of the biggest differences between the two when determining which SUV is right for your driving needs.
The first difference that you are likely to notice between the 2019 Highlander and the 4Runner is the exterior design. The Highlander is slightly longer with projector beam LED headlamps and 18-inch standard wheels. The 2019 4Runner, built for off-roading, features a boxier stance with standard roof rails and an optional TRD logo. The 4Runner also comes with standard 17-inch wheels. Both have an optional power-tilted moonroof with power sunshade.
The 2019 Highlander is equipped standard with a 2.7-liter six-speed engine. Drivers can also upgrade to the available 3.5-liter V-6 eight-speed engine. The 2019 4Runner comes with one engine option which is a 4.0-liter V-6 engine with a dual independent variable valve timing system. The 2019 Highlander is rated as an ultra-low emission vehicle compared to the 4Runner which is a level two low-emission vehicle.
There are a few differences in capability that are also worth noting. The Highlander is only available in a front-wheel-drive powertrain while the 4Runner comes standard with a part-time four-wheel-drive system with active traction control and an optional upgrade to full-time four-wheel drive. The 4Runner also comes with additional off-roading features including higher ground clearance, hill start assist control, and a reinforced body-on-frame construction design.
What if you could own a powerful pickup and still enjoy all the frills of a luxury sedan? That is what the new 2019 Toyota Tundra offers and more. With unbeatable off-road capabilities, immense towing power, a spacious crew cab, and driver assistance features, the new Tundra pickup is worth every dime.
Toyota keeps updating the Tundra with innovative features and functions, and you can choose from a wide range of colors and two engine types. If you are looking for a new pickup with an impressive city and country road performance, here are five reasons that will endear the new Toyota Tundra to you.
The new Tundra is available in two engine models. The 4.6 liter V-8 engine delivers 310 hp and 327 lb-ft of torque while the optional 5.7 liter V-8 version produces 381 hp with 401 lb-ft of torque. Both engines offer enough power to handle most medium-duty tasks, and the six-speed transmission makes accelerating on city and country roads as seamless as possible.
SUVs are notorious fuel guzzlers. These vehicles offer more space and power, but the higher capabilities come at a price-fuel economy. In its class, the 2019 Toyota Highlander offers exceptional fuel economy, making it a first choice for families looking for a big-sized vehicle that also comes with impressive safety features, a reliable engine, and impeccable interiors.
Over the years, the Toyota Highlander has seen several redesigns and upgrades culminating in a more compact, capable, and roomy SUV with unbelievable fuel frugality. While the 2019 Highlander has shrunk outside, the interior space has increased and there is a third row of seats where the kids can strap in and enjoy the ride.
Excellent Fuel Economy
Regarding fuel economy, the 2019 Toyota Highlander, particularly the hybrid version, is a winner. Other models of the 2019 Highlander offer modest fuel economy, but considering that SUVs consume far more fuel than cars, the numbers are impressive.
People who love road tripping have special needs when they buy a vehicle. Safety is obviously a priority for anyone, but things like convenience and utility are also important when traveling. This is why the new Toyota Highlander is such a popular choice for people who love exploring the world. These are some of the adventure-ready features you can look forward to in the 2019 Toyota Highlander.
The new Highlander comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense P. This suite includes the following advanced technologies:
- Lane departure alert with steering assist.
- Dynamic radar cruise control.
- Pre-collision system with pedestrian detection.
- Automatic high beams.
If in-vehicle entertainment is vital, simply add the available rear-seat Blu-ray player when building your Highlander. This adds a 9-inch display screen with RCA jacks. A remote control and two wireless headphones are included as well. Also, every trim comes with a quality sound system and touch screen. The premium option, standard on the Limited, is an 8-inch display paired to upgraded JBL speakers.
When the winter gets rough, you need a reliable vehicle that will get you safely through difficult conditions. Without features like four-wheel drive and modern safety technologies, this season can be a dangerous time for drivers. If you’re in the new market and plan on doing lots of winter driving, consider these Toyota models that can handle snowy conditions.
- Highlander Hybrid
The Highlander Hybrid makes the list for its performance-focused design and safety features. Each hybrid trim comes with an electric on-demand all-wheel drive system with intelligence technology. This is an ideal powertrain for dealing with slick roads and snowy conditions. Each trim also has electronic power steering and a power-assisted rack-and-pinion system. All-season tires are standard as well.
This vehicle also comes standard with the Toyota Safety Sense P package, so regardless of the trim you select, you’ll enjoy advanced safety features such as lane departure alert with steering assist, dynamic radar cruise control, a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, and automatic high beams.
Whether you’re out and about driving around town on business or pleasure, doing so with peace of mind is the goal for Toyota. With their ToyotaCare program in place, you can drive with confidence any time you’re behind the wheel.
It doesn’t matter if you’re driving across town, across the street, or across the state. With ToyotaCare along for the ride, you never have to worry about being stranded on a busy highway or quiet back road in the event your vehicle breaks down.
Benefits of ToyotaCare
The ToyotaCare program is available for anyone who buys or leases a new Toyota. The program is no cost to you for the maintenance plan. It’s designed with driver convenience and safety in mind, providing coverage wherever you may be when traveling throughout the United States.
You can take to the highways and byways feeling secure in the knowledge Toyota has your vehicle covered for either two years or 25,000 miles. With the program, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art service facilities and professional technicians to handle normal maintenance checks to keep your vehicle running at peak performance.
When you are going to spend the holidays with family and friends, you need a good amount of space in your vehicle to carry your luggage and the gifts you have bought for everyone. Fortunately, your Toyota comes with plenty of space for both passengers and cargo.
Let’s look at some of the best Toyotas that can hold all your holiday gifts and much more.
Toyota Land Cruiser
A brand Toyota created over 60 years ago, the Land Cruiser is the manufacturer’s original SUV. The 2019 luxury model can seat up to eight people on perforated, leather-trimmed seats. For extra space, you can fold the second-row seats in a 40/20/40 split and the third-row seats in a 50/50 split. That gets you a pretty decent amount of extra space from the original 16 cubic feet. This increases to 43 cubic feet with the third row down and to 82 cubic feet with the second row down.
In addition, the Land Cruiser comes equipped with roof racks that let you secure extra and oversized luggage on top. of your SUV. Always wanted to give your brother a canoe for Christmas? No, problem. Up it goes.
When it comes to trucks, Toyota knows what it’s doing. With two of the most highly awarded truck models in the business, the Tundra and the Tacoma, Toyota has made serious inroads in the world of towing, hauling, and taking care of business. In other words, you really can’t go wrong when you shop Toyota.
However, the Tundra and Tacoma are very different trucks. They definitely serve different purposes, and each has their own set of unique strengths. So which is right for you? Let us help.
The Powerful Tundra
First launched in the United States in 2000, the Tundra was Toyota’s answer to the Ford F-150. Toyota already enjoyed tremendous success in the smaller-sized market with its industry-leading Tacoma, and they decided to take their knowledge and expertise into the full-sized arena.
The intuitive 2018 Toyota Sienna features all the hallmarks of a modern family minivan. It comes with cutting-edge technology, spacious interiors, and a powerful powertrain. Its rear-seat entertainment system and Wi-Fi hotspot will keep the occupants entertained, while standard safety features like lane-keeping assist and automated emergency braking will make driving easier.
Toyota knows that no family is the same — what works for one family doesn’t necessarily work for another. For this reason, the company has worked to make the 2018 Toyota Sienna as universally family-friendly as possible. To achieve this, Toyota offers a range of trim levels to fit every family’s needs.
The Sienna L trim comes with 3-zone manual climate control, 17-inch alloy wheels, and automatic high-beam headlights for smooth country drives. Its safety features include an adaptive cruise control, steering assist, lane departure warning, emergency automatic braking, forward collision warning, and a rear camera.