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Toyota to spice up Camry lineup with three distinct flavors

Toyota looks to liven up the midsize-sedan segment by introducing three new models to the party. The upcoming 2018 Toyota Camry lineup consists of a trio of distinct models that serve to broaden this best-seller's appeal to different types of drivers -- some of which that may not typically consider a family car as their vehicle of choice.

 

All Camry models adopt a newly aggressive design for 2018. From here, Toyota looks to differentiate the Camry lineup with three unique engines -- a four-cylinder, V6, and a Camry Hybrid. You'll even be able to tell them apart just at a…

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Start your story with the 2018 Toyota C-HR

Need a reason to check out the premier Toyota C-HR in Malvern? Toyota looks to get consumers talking about the brand's all-new subcompact crossover with its unconventional ad campaign featuring the fairytales of your childhood.

 

The C-HR balances whimsy with practicality in its modern-yet-timeless design. It integrates the sought-after characteristics of a Toyota -- namely reliability, versatility, safety, and value -- into a wholly modern body style. Its subcompact proportions make it the ideal city vehicle, while its hatchback design makes it easy to accommodate an adventure at

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2018 Toyota Camry drives Entune™ 3.0 onto the market

The debut of the 2018 Toyota Camry is about more than just ... well, the Camry. This fully redesigned bestseller ushers in a new age for Toyota's infotainment, known as Entune™ 3.0. This latest version will eventually be available on more Toyota models, but it premieres in the bestselling sedan in America. Not a bad place to get your start, right?

 

The refreshed Entune™ 3.0 system now offer such fancy features as remote access, integrated navigation with automatic map updates, and 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity. Emergency telematics are available with Smart Connect, and Entune™ App Suite brings

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How the Toyota RAV4 gains features, drops price for 2017

It's truly remarkable that the 2017 Toyota RAV4 is available at a lower price than its predecessor. Toyota is well-known for pricing its vehicles competitively, but the RAV4 is packed with value in a way that goes unrivaled in its segment. If you've had the RAV4 on your wish list for a while now, now is the time to buy.

 

The MSRP drops five percent on most gas-powered RAV4 models for the 2017 model year. This means you can get in on the ground floor of the RAV4 lineup this year for roughly $500 less than the 2016…

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How to repair recalled Toyota Tacoma models in Malvern

Recalls are issued out of an abundance of caution, as Toyota's number one prioritize is the safety of its customers. Recently, Toyota issued a recall for select 2016 and 2017 Toyota Tacoma models. If you received notice of a recall, we urge you to contact the Sloane Toyota Malvern service center promptly for an inspection and repair, if necessary.

 

The affected Tacoma models may have a rear differential that leaks oil, which can cause the rear differential to seize and results in loss of control of the vehicle. It could also merely create come noise and reduce propulsion. Our…

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What's the Toyota FT-4X Concept?

"Design with a sense of purpose. This is perhaps the best way to describe the all-new Toyota FT-4X Concept vehicle revealed at the recent 2017 New York International Auto Show. The name stands for “Future Toyota”-Four-Wheel Drive Crossover, and it certainly boasts a futuristic flair. It's built in the spirit of the beloved FJ Cruiser, modified for the modern driver with a unibody design.

 

A subcompact crossover of sorts, the FT-4X Concept is built on the same platform as the premier 2018 Toyota CH-R hatchback. The FT-4X is refreshingly contemporary, and it's zealous with its generous

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Feast your eyes on the sportier, tech-savvier 2018 Toyota Sienna and Yaris

This may just be the year of the minivan. And the subcompact hatchback.

 

Toyota Yaris and Toyota Sienna swagger into 2018 featuring numerous style and technological advancements that put them among the top of their respective classes. Both made their formal debut at the 2017 New York International Auto Show to rave reviews.

 

The 2018 Yaris adopts a sportier, more dynamic design courtesy of a new front fascia, new grille, and chrome accents. In fact, new sporty styling elements are integrated inside and out. Entune™ Audio is also newly standard.

 

The 2018 Sienna integrates

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Toyota teases successor to beloved MR2 sports car

Back in the 1990s, Toyota offered a trifecta of sports cars known at the "Three Brothers." This love triangle included the lightweight MR2, rally-inspired Celica, and turbocharged Supra -- none of which are in production today, much to the disappointed of driving enthusiasts.

 

However, Toyota does offer some worthy replacements to the three amigos, starting with the Toyota 86, the reincarnation of the Scion FR-S compact sport coupe. Then there's Toyota's partnership with BMW on a future Supra-like sports car. Now there's talk of a successor to the MR2. Will it be a lighter roadster?

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Get to know the upcoming 2018 Toyota C-HR in Malvern

One glance at the upcoming 2018 Toyota C-HR, and it's clear the brand's subcompact crossover is unlike any vehicle in its lineup.

 

Standing for "Coupe High-Rider," the C-HR appears as a brawny two-door SUV. Upon closer inspection, the rear door handles are cleverly concealed into the seam, creating a sleek, sophisticated, coupe-like silhouette. Its exterior is edgy and ultra-modern, and its higher-than-a-sedan ride height inspires driver confidence. Fancy features and plentiful, and many desirable technologies are standard, including the Toyota Safety Sense® bundle of driver

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How the upcoming 2018 Toyota Sequoia get the TRD treatment

Toyota said it best -- now you can "rough it in style" with the latest addition to the Toyota Sequoia family. This rugged SUV is due for a makeover, and this year it comes in the form of a brawnier, more sinister Sequoia variant.

 

The upcoming 2018 Sequoia make its auto show debut in Chicago, wearing many eye-catching black accents to give it a more menacing appearance. Performance is enhanced by TRD sport-tuned Bilstein shocks and TRD front and rear anti-sway bars. TRD Sport badging on the front doors confirms this is no ordinary Sequoia.

 

You can catch a glimpse of…

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