Find the Toyota SUV that's right for you!

 

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Drive into Kolosso Toyota and it's clear as day that new Toyota crossovers and SUVS are what shoppers from the areas we serve are clamoring to buy, and it makes sense! These larger vehicles are comfortable, spacious, drive like cars, and fuel-saving technology has come a long way, making them more feasible for all budgets.

The four Toyota SUVS you can find at our dealership are the 4Runner, Highlander (pictured above), RAV4, and RAV4 hybrid.

The Toyota 4Runner: the 4Runner is a vehicle that can do double duty. During the weekday it's an SUV for errands and school pickups. But once the weekend arrives the 4Runner is ready to hit the trails and turn into the off-roading beast it is. If you want the best of both worlds, the 4Runner is a fun consideration.

The Toyota Highlander: in the three-row crossover segment the Highlander reigns supreme. It's is a top pick that holds its value incredibly well and is known for its smooth handling and even smoother style. If you need more seats but don't want to go the minivan route, the Highlander is a great option.

The Toyota RAV4's: this middle-of-the-road compact SUV is nimble and easy to maneuver in the city, but it also has plenty of cargo space whether the seats are up or folded flat to help with a move. If you want to get even better fuel ratings, there is the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid for fuel- or eco-conscious shoppers.

There are three more Toyota SUVS in the lineup that we don't often carry. There is the Toyota C-HR that's slotted below the RAV4, the larger three-row option known as the Toyota Sequoia, and the premium Toyota Land Cruiser that honestly not many Toyota dealers carry. If you are serious about taking one of these home, let us know and we'll work to get one at our dealership.

For more information on our new Toyota lineup, stop into our Appleton dealership this week. You can even get out on a test drive!

Categories: New Inventory
Tags: Toyota SUVS

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