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Toyota's mostly stock "Rally RAV4" reaches podium at 100 Acre Wood

Who ever heard of racing a compact crossover? The Rally RAV4, a mostly stock version of the mainstream Toyota RAV4, recently came in second place at Rally America Rally in 100 Acre Wood in Salem, Missouri.

 

It was a tough two hours of racing before the Rally RAV4 crossed the finished line a scant 9.7 seconds after in the winner. A tire puncture cost the Rally RAV4 precious time in this race, but driver Ryan Millen is eager for the next competition at the American Rally Association Oregon Trail Rally in Portland, Oregon this April.

 

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What's new for the 2018 Toyota Yaris and Sienna?

Style and technological advancements propel the Toyota Yaris and Toyota Sienna into the 2018 model year. Both updated vehicles were on full display at the recent 2017 New York International Auto Show, and both the hatchback and minivan had everyone talking.

 

First, the 2018 Sienna integrates the coveted Toyota Safety Sense™ P driver assistance technologies as standard equipment. This is a major move for a minivan, where these upscale amenities are typically buried in more expensive trims. An updated Entune™ 3.0 multimedia system with navigation and App Suite Connect introduces

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Toyota 86 stands out with vibrant Special Edition

You turn to our Toyota dealership serving Ardmore for the latest and greatest from the Toyota brand. We're proud to be such a trusted dealer on the Main Line, and we're eager to fill our showroom with all of the exciting new Toyota vehicles coming down the pipeline, including a uniquely styled variation of the Toyota 86 compact sport coupe.

 

It's called the Toyota 860 Special Edition, and it will undoubtedly catch your eye with its Supernova Orange exterior paint. Bold black body stripes accent its sculpted hood while a spoiler and 17-inch alloy wheels frame its…

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Get to know the 2018 Toyota Yaris GRMN, the feistiest Yaris yet

There's a brand-new Toyota Yaris in the oven, and it's not the mainstream model driving enthusiasts will want to hear about. There's an all-new hot hatch joining the ranks of reliable rides, and it's predicted to top its class of petite powerhouses.

 

The radical Toyota Yaris GRMN is the high-performance variant of its domesticated Yaris sibling. The Yaris GRMN debuted at the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show, and while it's still in production, the brand promises class-leading power. It's motivated by a 1.8-liter supercharged four-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual

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How the premier Toyota C-HR speaks to Millennials with new design language

If you love the practicality, reliability, and quality of a Toyota vehicle, but you haven't been able to find the modern, edgy styling you're looking for in its current lineup, you'll want to have a look at the upcoming 2018 Toyota C-HR.

 

The C-HR, or "Coupe High-Rider", as it stands for, is the brand's premier subcompact crossover SUV. Even at first glance, you can tell this is unlike any Toyota currently on the market. The C-HR adopts an edgy, ultra-modern design language in order to speak to new drivers and young professionals. Its beefier body style…

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Toyota Sequoia flaunts TRD makeover for 2018 model year

This facelift is 10 years and coming. The brawny Toyota Sequoia has sported the same style for nearly a decade, and the three-row SUV was due for a refresh. This upgrade comes in the form of an all-new model that was revealed at the recent 2017 Chicago Auto Show -- to rave reviews.

 

The upcoming 2018 Sequoia now offers a Sequoia TRD Sport variant, which offers enhanced handling and unique badging. TRD sport-tuned Bilstein Shocks and TRD front and rear sway bars improve performance off road, when black accents give this Sequoia a more sinister appearance.

 

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2018 Toyota Camry hits Chicago Auto Show

The upcoming 2018 Toyota Camry is in the limelight again, this time in Chicago.

 

This soon-to-be Camry made its auto show debut in Detroit, but it returned for an encore performance at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show earlier this month. Boast eye-catching, edgy styling and a newfound sporty stance, the 2018 Camry turned heads. It joined other impressive Toyota displays, including "The Story of Go" safety technology demonstration.

 

We're eager to offer the 2018 Camry to Philadelphia area drivers, and the upcoming model is slated to hit dealerships starting this summer. We encourage you

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Two important facts about the 2018 Toyota Camry

It's time to get excited about the Toyota Camry. This isn't just the practical, reliable, value-packed vehicle you know from highways everywhere. This is a fully redesigned Camry that ushers in the bestseller's eighth generation.

 

Toyota is eager to share the news that the 2018 Camry is assembled in America -- in Georgetown, Kentucky to be exact. Many of its major components were also made in the US, including its engine and transmission. And speaking of components, the Camry's are edgier and sportier than ever. The 2018 model sits lower than its predecessor, and it looks a…

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What are the features of Toyota's all-new Entune® 3.0?

 

Get ready to get excited about the Toyota Camry.

 

The 2018 Toyota Camry will be the first Toyota to offer the all-new Toyota Entune™ 3.0 system. The updated infotainment system debuted at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show to rave reviews. The Camry's recent unveiling at 2017 North American International Auto Show also confirms that it will debut such new Entune® amenities as Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity, courtesy of Verizon.

 

You can connect up to five devices to Wi-Fi at the same time, and those equipped will also be able to receive real-time map updates. The update will also make…

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How the 2017 Toyota 4Runner stands out from the crossover crowd

 

When it comes to off-road capability, not many crossovers can compete with traditional SUVs. The term "crossover" means that the vehicle has a unibody construction like a car. A rugged SUV, however, is more truck-like thanks to a body-on-frame design. The 2017 Toyota 4Runner is the latter, and it powers past its family crossover competitors with its genuine sportiness.

 

The 4Runner is one of very few SUVs with real off-road cred. Its cabin is also incredibly versatile thanks to an optional slide out. Many configurations are available, including new TRD Off-Road and Off-Road

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