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We give a quick rundown of the 2018 Toyota Tundra pickup

Is the new Toyota Tundra on you radar? If not, if should be! Below is a quick rundown of the Tundra's key features to give you a taste of what the pickup has to offer. If this post has piqued your interest (and we bet it will), come down to our Appleton location to check out our selection and meet with our financing team to go over incentives and monthly payment plans.

  • Engines: know how some trucks from other brands have so many engines to choose from that it becomes overwhelming to shop? That's not the case with…
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Meet the capable, all-new 2018 Toyota RAV4 trim

Here at Kolosso Toyota the most popular model is the new Toyota RAV4, and right now we have over 60 units in our new inventory that are ready for customers to buy or lease!

What's new for 2018?

The biggest update for the 2018 Toyota RAV4 is the all-new 'Adventure' trim. The lineup now goes like this: LE, XLE, Adventure, SE, and Limited. What really sets the Adventure option apart is its performance.

As a FWD model you can tow up to 2,900 pounds and with the AWD up to 3,500 pounds!

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Are You Ready for the Unveiling of the 2019 Toyota Avalon?

People throughout Appleton, Green Bay, and OshKosh can get ready for the big entrance of the 2019 Toyota Avalon that will make its debut at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. You will be able to get a glance at what this state-of-the-art full-size sedan has in store for us!

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Relish in the Remarkable (and All-New) 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

If you happen to be on the hunt for a compact crossover that's every bit as fun as it is fuel-efficient, we here at Kolosso Toyota have a funny feeling you may well meet your match in ours, the 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid.

And if you're at all wondering why it is we feel as we do, we suggest you scope the clip below. Tag along with the fine folks at MotorWeek as they take the RAV4 Hybrid for a test run:

Coupling a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with a set of electric motors and a nickel-metal hydride…

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Toyota Camry the Most American-Made Car Yet Again in 2016

Last year, the Toyota Camry was ranked at number one on the Cars.com American-Made Index. This year, the Camry is keeping its crown and shows no sign of slowing down.

The AMI lists up to 10 vehicle models that meet two simple conditions: they must be assembled in the U.S., with at least three-quarters of their parts manufactured in the U.S.

This year, only eight models qualified, and Cars…

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Toyota Trucks redefine long-lasting quality as million-mile Tundra gets traded-in

If you own a Toyota truck, you're not the type of person who takes it for granted. Toyota truck owners work hard for their trucks, just as their trucks work hard for them. Which is why many Toyota truck owners are dedicated to keeping their trucks on the road for as long as they'll run, and with the quality of Toyota parts and engineering, that can be for a good, long time. 

 

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Intelligent Parking Assist Lifts the Parallel Parking Burden

It’s one of the more difficult parking maneuvers to pull off, especially for newer or less experienced drivers—the parallel park. There doesn’t need to be so much stress surrounding parking, parallel or otherwise, now that the 2016 Toyota Prius features available Intelligent Clearance Sonar (ICS) and Intelligent Parking Assist (IPA), which work in concert to help you park your Prius with just a little oversight and input on your part. Check out the video, then join us below for more information.

 

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Scion Brand Returning to Toyota

Beginning this coming fall, the Toyota family will be getting a little bigger, with the addition of three new models currently under the Scion brand. The youth-centered Scion brand was established in 2003 to better engage with a younger demographic. Of the more than one million Scion vehicles sold, 50 percent were to customers younger than 35...

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