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!

Jul 282014
 
Toyota Tundra

Toyota Tundra

Cars.com released their most recent list of “Most American” cars recently, which names vehicles that use over 75% domestically sourced parts and are assembled and sold in the United States. Sadly, only 10 cars were able to make the list this year. That’s the fewest in history. What is the brand with the most vehicles on the list, you ask? Toyota!

With four vehicles on the “Most American” list, Toyota takes the cake this Fourth of July.

The Toyota Camry, Sienna, Tundra, and Avalon fit the criteria of using American parts and labor thanks to assembly plants in Georgetown, KY, Lafayette, Indiana, and San Antonio, TX.

At Hurlbert Toyota, we’re glad to represent a company that is so committed to the US auto industry and creating new jobs in our country.