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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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Toyota demonstrates TSS-P capability in Chicago

It's the moment Camry loyalists have all been waiting for. The eighth generation of this chart-topping sedan is nearly in showrooms. The 2018 Toyota Camry is a fully redesigned version of its best-selling self, and it retains its most desirable attributes while enhancing sportiness, edginess, and tech-savviness.

 

The 2018 Camry makes its second auto show appearance at the recent 2017 Chicago Auto Show, following its Detroit debut. It featured an indoor drive experience themed "The Story of Go," which demonstrates the real-word capabilities of Toyota Safety Sense® (TSS-P) driver

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What's new for the 2017 Toyota Camry?

 

New, exciting, sporty -- bet you didn't think we were talking about the upcoming redesign of the Toyota Camry. It's entering its eighth generation, and it's taking the opportunity to create a new image.

 

There a few things Toyota wants you to know about the upcoming 2018 Camry. Firstly, the Camry is partially homegrown. It's assembled in Georgetown, Kentucky, and many of its major components are made in the US, like the engine and transmission.

 

The soon-to-be 2018 Camry boasts a sportier, more muscular style. It sits lower than its predecessor, and its lower center of gravity…

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Which vehicles will made Toyota Entune® 3.0?

 

The Toyota Camry debuts a few all-new additions to the Toyota brand, and we're excited to share them with Malvern area Toyota drivers.

 

Toyota recently announced at the 2017 North American International Auto Show that the 2018 Toyota Camry would be the first model to offer Toyota Entune™ 3.0, an upgraded version of the brand's infotainment system. Entune™ 3.0 debuted at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, and it shows that Toyota is staying ahead of the curve.

 

Exciting additions include:

  • Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity, courtesy of Verizon
  • Real-time map updates with Wi-Fi
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Toyota tops all other brands with 2017 IIHS awards

 

Toyota just came up with a dozen new reasons to invest in one of their brand-new vehicles. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently awarded 12 Toyota and Lexus vehicles with safety accolades, nine of which are the highest designation offered by the organization -- Top Safety Pick+. Of the nine, you have your choice of sedan, hatchback, and SUV models, all of which offer superior crash absorption and crash prevention. Toyota currently holds more IIHS safety awards for 2017 than any other manufacturer.

 

The Top Safety Pick+ recipients are as follows: Toyota Prius (built

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When is the 2017 Toyota Highlander available?

 

There's a lot of "new" in the Toyota lineup for the upcoming model year. New models, new features, new designs -- and we're just talking about the Highlander.

 

If you're in the market for a three-row crossover SUV that offers spaciousness, safety, and sophistication in an affordable package, we recommend shopping for the 2017 Toyota Highlander in Malvern. And we say "in Malvern" because we already have a wide selection of 2017 Highlander models for sale here at Sloane Toyota Malvern.

 

So, why the Highlander? And why the 2017 model? Well, you already know the Highlander for its…

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Get to know the premier Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Race Track

 

Toyota Racing Development inspired yet another truck for the award-winning brand, and it's scheduled to hit the ground running early next year.

 

The Toyota Tacoma midsize pickup won the Edmund's best resale value award, and it boasts the highest resale value of any vehicle on the market. Add onto those selling points the Tacoma TRD Pro, which offers class-leading off-road credentials. Revised springs, increased ground clearance, FOX suspension dampers -- this specialized Tacoma has everything off-road adventurers need.

 

Now meet its all-new, racetrack-ready spinoff, the Tacoma TRD

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