Oct 132014

2015 Toyota Camry

You’ll be seeing some exciting new commercials on your TVs soon; in fact, you might have started to notice them already. The new commercials advertise the 2015 Toyota Camry, kicking off the all-new Toyota marketing campaign titled “One Bold Choices Leads to Another.” The commercials show off the completely redesigned Camry, and challenge viewers to live inspired lives, one great choice at a time.

The campaign features six different television spots—“Guitar,” “Breakout,” “Bucket List,” “Fix,” “Movie Premiere,” and “Park”—that each highlight a bold choice in a Camry customer’s life. Keep your eyes peeled for guest star B. B. King in one of the commercials—we’ll leave it to you to guess which one.

The new Toyota marketing campaign—the first campaign under the Total Toyota market model—doesn’t just feature the Camry at random. “The 2015 Camry launch campaign captures what the new Toyota brand is all about,” said Jack Hollis, Vice President, Marketing, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. “When we created our new marketing model less than a year ago, our quest was to connect with guests in more exciting and relevant ways. This campaign is just the beginning, and we think our drivers will be able to feel the new energy we’re bringing to the brand.”

If you’re looking for a bold and inspired way to change your life, come in to Hurlbert Toyota to check out the Camry today. You’ll see that here at Toyota, we sell more than just cars; we sell lifestyles. So come test drive your new life today!

Sep 292014

2015 Toyota Sienna

The Toyota Sienna is changing the minivan game for 2015 by introducing all-wheel drive performance to the segment.

Toyota’s latest family van will seat 8 in comfort, safety, and style. New safety tech includes an additional LATCH location in the third row seat for anchoring child seats, increased side airbag coverage, and a new front passenger seat cushion airbag.

A refreshed interior design also makes it easier to keep an eye on the kids while maintaining focus on driving. The Sienna will offer the all-new Driver Easy Speak option that uses the voice-command microphone to send your voice through the rear speakers. This, combined with the standard conversation mirror in the overhead console, will reduce the need to turn around and shout to be heard in the back seats, which distracts from driving safely.

The exterior of the 2015 Toyota Sienna also gets refreshed with a new front grille, slimmer headlights, and new LED daytime running lamps.

The Sienna will be powered by a 266 horsepower V6 engine with available all-wheel drive that gives drivers extra confidence in slippery conditions like snow or rain.

Contact us at Hurlbert Toyota to schedule your test drive of the 2015 Toyota Sienna!

Sep 222014

2015 Tundra Powertrain

Change is in the air for the Toyota Tundra. As the pickup truck enters the 2015 model year, Toyota has made a few tweaks here and there to satisfy Tundra lovers everywhere. While many of these changes seem rather small, there’s one that is sure to make a lasting impact—the 2015 Tundra powertrain options will no longer include the original base V6 engine.


This major change is due to the V6’s lack of popularity. While the V6 engine offers plenty of power by itself, the other V8 engine options—a 4.6-liter that generates 310 horsepower and a 5.7-liter that churns out a healthy 381 hp—have quickly overshadowed the less powerful V6. A spokesperson for the Japanese carmaker even stated, “The Tundra V6 take rate was significantly less than five percent.”


With this powertrain change, the Tundra is sure to be more powerful than ever before. For a glimpse at this new power, keep an eye on Hurlbert Toyota for the 2015 model’s arrival!

Sep 082014

2015 Toyota Highlander

“There can be only one”

That’s the only line people remember from the movie Highlander, but it doesn’t apply to the Toyota Highlander. Toyota just hired 300 more people in Indiana to help make more of them.

After investing $100 million in the Princeton, IN factory, the plant should be able to produce 30,000 more Highlanders.

Since production of the latest generation of Toyota Highlander began in December 2013, Toyota sold around 90,000 by the end of July. The plant in Indiana is the only one in North America that produces the Highlander, where it is sold or exported to Australia, New Zealand, or Eastern Europe.

Why is the Highlander so popular? The crossover SUV perfectly blends efficiency with comfort, safety, and interior space thanks to 20 city / 25 highway mpg* and an IIHS Top Safety Pick+. On the XLE and Limited trims, drivers will enjoy standard satellite navigation.

Test drive a Toyota Highlander at Hurlbert Toyota today to see why they’re so popular for yourself.