When it comes to capability both on and off the road, there are few vehicles that can keep pace with the Toyota 4Runner. Toyota's do-it-all SUV has long been a staple for Massachusetts drivers who want to get out and explore New England in any conditions, and now the 4Runner has gotten even better. The all-new 2014 Toyota 4Runner still follows the same proven recipe that has served drivers so well for nearly three decades, but with a few new ingredients that make a very real difference. With that said, we've compiled five of our favorite things about the new 4Runner.
We love the redesigned 2013 Toyota RAV4, and we're not shy about telling people about it. While our affection for this capable compact crossover runs deep, it's founded on solid facts. Today, we're sharing the top five attributes that we think make the Toyota RAV4 a winner for Massachusetts drivers.
You can’t control the price of gas, but you can control how much you use. You can change how much gas you use several different ways, from buying a fuel-efficient vehicle like the Toyota Prius to carpooling, but you don’t need to change your life to save at the gas pump. Often the most inefficient part of a vehicle is the driver behind the wheel, which means a couple changes in behavior can make significant improvements in your fuel efficiency.
We admit we're biased when it comes to Toyota products, but we really do believe these are the finest vehicles on the road. That's why we sell them! You don't have to take our word for it, though, because there are plenty of consumer sites that back up our beliefs, not least of which is U.S. News & World Report's. The publication recently revealed its 2013 Best Cars for Families awards, and wouldn't you know it, there are two Toyota vehicles featured. The Toyota Prius earned honors in the Best Hatchbacks for families category, while the 2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid earned accolades in the Best Hybrid SUVs for families for the third consecutive year. U.S. News' Best Cars for Families awards are chosen using a weighted score from their own rankings, which compare cars on the basis of safety, reliability and the opinions of the automotive press.
The all new redesigned 2013 Toyota RAV4 will officially be unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday November 28th. Although it doesn't reveal much, Toyota has released a short teaser video for the car ahead of its official release.
by Nai Nan Ko Jr., General Manager of Wellesley Toyota: As a professional of the automotive industry, I’ve witnessed too often the trepidation from the word “lease.” No matter whether he is a new customer or an old friend, eyes widen, shoulders rise, and hands are drawn: “No, I don’t want to lease a new car because I want to own my new car” is often the immediate reaction I hear.
by Brandon Luciano, Operations Manager at Wellesley Toyota
Here is part 2 of our car buying overview based on your price. If you missed the first part, check out our post about what kind of cars you can buy for less than $20,000 here.
We all know that money doesn't grow on trees (although that would be awesome), so when buying a car, everybody is willing to pay a different price. If you're a poor college student
coming right out of college (like we all were once), you probably won't be spending nearly as much as the married business person who's looking to upgrade from their BMW 3-series. We've gone ahead and made this fancy little guide to help you figure out what kind of car you can actually buy for your budget! We'll describe the type of car you can realistically consider and also throw out some suggestions.