How many people can fit in the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime?
We’ve been very excited about the 2021 version of the Sienna minivan and the all-new Venza crossover SUV joining the Toyota hybrid family. Before those models arrive, Toyota of Decatur customers will see the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime first. Not only will the 2021 RAV4 Prime offer incredible performance without sacrificing fuel economy, but it also features the same adaptable and easily configurable interior that the standard versions have made famous. So, how many people can fit in the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime? Like the standard model, it will be able to hold five passengers. Toyota has made the final official details about the latest RAV4 Variant available. Let’s take a look at what customers can expect to see when it arrives. Read the rest of this entry
New features for the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime
The Toyota RAV4 is already one of the most popular vehicles available at the Toyota of Decatur showroom. Additionally, the automaker’s hybrid version of the RAV4 has carved out a strong position within its corner of the segment as well. The new features for the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime will help the latest addition to the automaker’s crossover SUV stand out from the pack. Obviously, the Prime iteration of the 2021 RAV4 will have a plug-in hybrid powertrain that can actually travel moderate distances without using any gasoline. The 2021 RAV4 Prime will also be equipped with a lot more technology to really signal a new era for Toyota crossover SUVs. Early estimates said that the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime would be delivered this summer, but that timeline is likely going to be delayed. Read the rest of this entry
Toyota Hybrid Battery Life Expectancy and Replacement Costs
When customers in the Decatur area come to Toyota of Decatur looking for a new vehicle, many have questions surrounding the idea of switching to a hybrid or electric vehicle. Many questions are often about the price of vehicle maintenance and upkeep, as well as how the performance life of the vehicle compares to that of a traditional gas-powered vehicle. This guide is going to dive into Toyota hybrid battery life expectancy and replacement costs to help you get an idea of how owning a Toyota hybrid vehicle will compare to a traditional model. Read the rest of this entry
Do You Have to Charge the Toyota Prius Prime?
If you are in the market for a new vehicle, you might be considering making the switch a more eco-friendly option. The 2020 Toyota Prius Prime offers drivers an incredible hybrid performance with the perks of an electric vehicle making it one of the most eco-friendly vehicles on the market. While you weigh your choices between a standard hybrid and a plug-in hybrid option like the Prius Prime, a few questions may come to mind. One question you might be asking yourself is “Do you have to charge the Toyota Prius Prime?” The video in this guide is going to help explain how the Toyota Prius Prime plug-in system works to show you just how easy this vehicle is to adjust to. Read the rest of this entry
Are Toyota Vehicles Eco Friendly?
With each new vehicle purchase, drivers are looking to continue to improve their driving experience and, likely, their vehicle’s impact. When shopping for a new car a lot of drivers are looking for an eco-friendly option that will give them peace of mind on the road. Now, you may be wondering if Toyota vehicles are eco-friendly. This guide is going to break down the Toyota brand’s commitment to creating cleaner mobility and offering eco-friendly vehicle options to drivers everywhere. Read the rest of this entry
2020 Toyota Prius Prime Features and Upgrades
The newest Toyota Prius Prime remains one of the best money-saving vehicle options on the market and holds the spot of the most efficient Toyota Hybrid. Available this summer, the 2020 Prius Prime will be available in the LE, XLE, and Limited trim grades and will start off at $27,600. But what’s new for the 2020 Toyota Prius Prime? Keep reading to find out what all the new and exciting features and upgrades to the Prius Prime are.
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