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Big changes are coming in the Toyota lineup, and you can be the first to hear about them with these resources below. Follow the links to learn more, or follow Springfield Toyota on Twitter and Facebook for updates!
The 2014 Toyota Corolla looks sleeker than ever, even underneath a black camouflage wrapping. See what the reviewers at Car and Driver have to say about it in this spy shot review.
The Furia concept is different from any other Corolla to ever hit the road—and that’s exactly what Toyota engineers were aiming for. Get a close-up look of this concept vehicle in this press release from Autoweek.com.
Toyota has always been a leader in automotive craftsmanship and dependability. Just take a look at this auto reliability survey from Consumer Reports to see why Japanese makes crushed domestic and Teutonic rivals.
The Toyota Camry Hybrid sticks to the tried-and-true formula of providing an unbeatable combination of quality, performance, and fuel efficiency. Read this review of the 2013 Camry Hybrid from Autoblog.com to see how it handles.
Check out this Edmunds.com test drive review of the Toyota Avalon Hybrid and see why reviewers can’t help but compare it to luxury makes despite its price tag.
Springfield Toyota is one of the highest-rated Toyota dealerships in the Washington, D.C. Metro area, and we maintain our reputation by offering great savings on reliable vehicles. Check out our latest specials on our inventory of new and pre-owned Toyota models online, or contact us at (703) 791-1030 today for more information about our inventory, parts, and services.
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Toyota has played a crucial role in defining hybrid technology and pushing the bounds of fuel efficiency. Since the release of the Toyota Prius, automakers have been rushing to catch up. And now, the latest Toyota hybrid lineup is more efficient, versatile, and affordable than ever. See why Toyota is a leading automaker not only in automotive quality, but also fuel efficiency:
Toyota Prius: The Nation’s Best-Selling Hybrid
Now in its third redesign, the Toyota Prius is literally generations ahead of the competition. With EPA ratings of 51/48 mpg, it still boasts some of the highest fuel efficiency figures in its class and some of the best reliability ratings. In fact, Toyota, Scion, and Lexus brands all dominated the top positions in a recent Consumer Reports auto reliability survey. Now available in three unique models and as a plug-in, the Prius offers more choice than ever.
Camry Hybrid: The Nation’s Best-Selling Sedan…is Now a Hybrid.
The Camry was completely redesigned for the first time in five years in 2012, and the hybrid receives all of the new generational benefits including a redesigned interior and improved performance. The 2013 Camry Hybrid offers an EPA-rated 43 mpg city/39 mpg highway.
Avalon Hybrid: A Modern Take on Classic Luxury
Toyota’s flagship full-size sedan has always been renowned for its composed ride and lavish interior, but the new Avalon Hybrid offers an unparalleled level of sophistication and quality at an unbelievable sticker price. With standard leather seating across all trim levels and 40 mpg combined, reviewers everywhere are raving about this full-size fuel sipper.
Highlander Hybrid: An Evolutionary Crossover
As one of the few hybrid SUVs available on the market, the Toyota Highlander Hybrid continues to impress with seating for up to seven, spirited performance, and a class-leading fuel economy of 28 mpg combined.
Contact Springfield Toyota today to see our extensive selection of new and pre-owned cars. Our experienced sales staff can help you build a customized financing plan to help you save money on your car and at the pump. Call (703) 791-1030 today for more information.
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The Toyota Corolla may be a timeless compact car, but Toyota engineers have finally decided to tackle the formidable task of redesigning one of the best-selling cars in the world. Enter the new Furia concept. Sitting longer, wider, and lower than the current tenth-generation Corolla, the Furia concept signals a radical deviation from Toyota’s typically conservative styling approach. Here’s a look at what to expect from the new Corolla, which is slated to arrive in Toyota dealerships by late 2013:
The Toyota Corolla is renowned for many things. Great fuel economy? Check. Competitive pricing? Double check. Reliability? Over 30 million owners would agree. However, progressive styling hasn’t been one of them. The Toyota Furia is about to change all of that with a redesigned front and rear fascia, a sweeping windshield and roofline, and flared fenders. A more aggressive stance brings the Corolla up to speed with Toyota’s “Iconic Dynamism” design theme.
At two inches longer and wider than the current Corolla, the Furia concept is more than just eye candy with a different chassis. The wheelbase on the Furia concept is four inches longer, which translates to more stable handling on the road and a larger interior capacity—always a welcome feature in the extremely competitive compact sedan segment.
Powertrain Rumor Mill
The Toyota Corolla may be a classic, but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t offer the latest advancements in auto performance. Auto reviewers have already caught spy shot photos of the recently redesigned Corolla, and media speculation suggests that Toyota engineers will tweak the existing powertrain to hit the magic 40 mpg mark.
Be one of the first to see the next-generation Corolla when it arrives at Springfield Toyota and subscribe to us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates on Toyota specials in Fairfax County. Call (703) 791-1030 for the latest model availability and pricing information.
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When you get behind the wheel of a Toyota, you can truly enjoy the drive, equipped with the confidence that your vehicle is universally recognized for its reliability and performance. This is true whether you are driving one of Toyota’s sedans, hybrids, or trucks. Here is some information about Toyota’s 2013 lineup of trucks:
2013 Toyota Tacoma
The 2013 Toyota Tacoma is a reliable, cost-effective choice for car buyers looking for a truck that’s built for action. Equipped with a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 159 horsepower, the standard Tacoma is the perfect truck for everyday driving and hauling. If you need even more power for heavy towing, however, you can opt for the 4.0-liter V6 engine. What makes the 2013 Toyota Tacoma truly impressive is the sheer amount of features available for drivers—every Tacoma comes standard with Bluetooth connectivity, a USB port, and a stellar audio system. Once you take a test-drive, you’ll see why the Tacoma is the best-selling compact pickup in America.
2013 Toyota Tundra
In recent years, the Toyota Tundra has emerged as a leading choice for drivers looking for a powerful, reliable truck. Like the Tacoma, the 2013 Toyota Tundra comes with a number of different engine choices. The standard V6 produces 270 horsepower, giving it the capability to tackle a host of challenges. The optional V8 truly takes performance to the next level. The 5.7-liter V8 engine produces 381 horsepower and provides a smooth, responsive driving experience. When you need to get down to work, the Tundra isn’t afraid to get dirty.
Whether you are looking for a family car with extra storage space or need a powerful truck for towing and hauling, Toyota’s 2013 line of trucks has plenty to offer. If you want to learn more about Toyota’s 2013 truck offerings, contact your local dealer - Springfield Toyota - at (703) 791-1030. Serving the Washington DC area, Springfield Toyota is proud to help drivers get behind the wheel of their dream cars.
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With gas prices already high in Springfield and climbing, consumers increasingly look to hybrid vehicles to save money in the long run. Toyota has long been at the forefront of fuel-efficient automotive technology. In this video you'll learn why you should take a closer look at the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid if you're shopping for a new car.
In this video, you will get an up-close look at the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Sedan. The Avalon was launched in 1995 and has since evolved to become sleeker and more athletic, giving it a sportier look. Plus, you’ll find that it also gets stellar gas mileage. With a combined 40 MPG for city, and highway driving, the Avalon is an amazing choice for buyers looking for an efficient vehicle that is a pleasure to drive.
With the 2013 Toyota Avalon, Toyota has shown that car buyers don’t have to choose between luxury and efficiency. To learn more about what the 2013 Toyota Avalon has to offer, call Springfield Toyota, in the Washington D.C. area at (703) 791-1030.