A few months ago, Toyota gave us a sneak peek at the fully redesigned 2020 Highlander. Along with an abundance of new features, the new Highlander, the largest SUV in the entire segment, is also accompanied by an all-new Hybrid model. Excited? Us too. Here are just a few of the reasons we’re pumped about the 2020 Toyota Highlander and Highlander Hybrid.
There’s nothing like having a pickup truck when you absolutely need a pickup truck. Trucks like the new 2020 Toyota Tacoma, for instance, are capable, powerful, adventure-loving vehicles that can prevail and survive in even the most brutal conditions. They embrace cold Midwestern winters as much as humid St. Louis summers. They are built for the long haul, for both the unexpected and expected, tackling home renovations just as easily as spur-of-the-moment camping trips in the Ozarks. They’re …well, they’re perfect.
And if Survivorman himself approves the Tacoma, so should you. Check out all the ways in which the new Toyota Tacoma can help you survive in nature and on the mean streets of St. Louis.
People asked for a new Corolla. Toyota delivered a new Corolla. And, boy, does the new 2020 model shine bright. It’s been fully redesigned, revamped, reshaped, and we’d bet it’s one of the best cars Toyota’s crafted in recent years. (At least, it’s one of our favorite new arrivals.) We talk the talk on behalf
After an agonizing 17-year hiatus, Toyota’s much-adored Supra sports car returned to center stage at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, bringing with it a “totally lit” verve and a head-turning appearance. Sleek, sophisticated, and shimmery, the fifth-generation Supra coupe appeals to its 1990’s crew of loyalists as much as new “what the heck is a Supra?” millennials, and everyone at our St. Louis car dealership couldn’t be happier to see its revival.
Enough teasing. Here’s all you need to know about the 2020 Toyota Supra, which is set to appear at our St. Peters Toyota dealership sometime this summer.
A Sports Car, Through & Through