SUVs are known for their carrying capacity. Cars are known for being easier to drive. What if you want an easy to drive vehicle that has a large carrying capacity? That's where the crossover comes in; more specifically, the 2017 Toyota RAV4.
The 2017 Toyota RAV4 has 38.4 cubic feet of storage with the back seats up, or 73.4 cubic feet of space with the seats down. It's smaller than an SUV though, and more maneuverable as a result. It seats five comfortably.
If you're seeking a full-size SUV for your next daily driver then, in all likelihood, the 2017 Toyota Highlander is already on your list.
And if it isn't, well ... it darn well should be. And we at Larry H. Miller American Toyota Albuquerque are going to take a moment to explain just why that is.
And, now, here to help us get that conversation going is Cars.com commentator Mark Williams:
It is at the zenith of the Highlander range that you'll find the most feature-rich model of them all: the Limited Platinum.
Standard equipment on this…
Why do we here at Larry H. Miller American Toyota Albuquerque dig our compact-sedan standout, the 2017 Corolla?
Well, when we stopped to think about it, we realized that our reasons are as numerous as the stars in the sky. It's simply that astounding.
So, rather than drone on and on about it, we'd prefer to link the clip below. Join AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai for a closer look:
Seeking an engine that's every bit as exciting as it is fuel-efficient? Then, look no further than the mid-level LE Eco model. Propelled by a 1…
When it's time to buy a car, there can be lots of decisions involved: what make and model? New or used? Where should you get it? We here at Larry H. Miller American Toyota Albuquerque can help. A used Toyota is a great option for Albuquerque drivers. Here's why.
Used vehicles can have awesome value, and generally hold it better than brand new vehicles. They'll also help you save cash because of their generally lower purchase price, registration fees, and insurance rates.
When tires are new, you can feel it in the drive. Your Toyota handles smoothly, more confidently, and more efficiently. But over time, that feeling can fade as your tires wear down. Here are some signs that you might need a new set.
The holidays are a time for families to come together, to celebrate, and to spread love. That can be seen in Toyota’s new advertisement, showing a family emotionally welcoming home a young military woman. It’s beautifully put together, with a wonderful song and an even more important message.
On October 12, 2012, the Space Shuttle Endeavour was on its way from Los Angeles International Airport, to the California Science Center, where it would be retired and put on display for the public.
Many space enthusiasts still mourn NASA's shuttle program, which ended with Endeavour, but here at Larry H. Miller American Toyota Albuquerque, we remember something worth celebrating on that day just over four years ago. That's because a Toyota Tundra…
New Mexico is home to a broad number of bat species, many of which use caves to roost in. These include the Big Brown Bat (Eptesicus fuscus), Free-tailed Bat (Tadarida brasiliensis), and the Silver-haired Bat (Lasionycteris noctivagans). According to the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, riparian areas like the Rio Grande can be biodiversity hot spots.
How many apps do you have on your phone? Even if your answer is “too many,” you should seriously consider adding this one. We have apps for almost anything these days, why not have an app that helps you get the most out of your Toyota? Informed owners equal happy customers.
The Toyota Owners App is available at www.Toyota.com/owners. It ups the owner experience by offering a plethora of resources plus information about your vehicle. Some of the offerings involve…
· Quick and easy appointment scheduling.
· Special offers on services like oil changes.
· Vehicle subject to any open…
The automobile has shaped a lot of design since it’s introduction into the world. One big influence of automobiles is found in the design and development of major municipalities. Think about cities today with their highways, streets, spaces dedicated to parking and more. With self-driving cars set to disrupt transportation, cities must prepare for autonomous technology and how it will affect the lives of city dwellers. That’s exactly what former New York mayor and billionaire philanthropist Michael Bloomberg wants to do. “No tech has shaped cities more than cars in the last 100 years,” Bloomberg said via Twitter…