The new Toyota cars for sale are exemplars of efficiency and affordability, and they’re loaded with great features, too! With cars and SUVs to suit the needs of all kinds of drivers around Metairie and New Orleans.
The lineup of new Toyota cars for sale has something for everyone. From large SUVs that can fit the whole family like the Toyota Sequoia to smaller ones like the RAV4 and Highlander, those in need of versatility or the superior traction of all-wheel drive have great options. If you favor a more traditional sedan, the Toyota Camry or Avalon fits the bill — and if you’re after a compact car, the Corolla is a spectacular choice.
Of course, you shouldn’t just take our word for it: you owe it to yourself to test drive a new Toyota car, truck, or SUV around La Place to see what all the fuss is about. Contact us online to set up a test drive or ask any questions, and feel free to check out our pre-owned inventory as well!
Q: Which Toyota models have third-row seats?
A: The Toyota third row is found on several models, such as the Toyota Highlander third row. The third row is also available on the Highlander Hybrid. Both of these models come standard with third rows to comfortably seat up to 8 people. Additional Toyota standard third-row options include the Land Cruiser and Sequoia, two full-size SUVs with three comfortable rows of seating. Other Toyota models offer available third-row seating, like the Toyota 4Runner third row. This vehicle normally seats five people but seats up to seven individuals when the third row is added.
Q: Which Toyota models are made in America?
A: Perhaps you recently wondered, “Where are Toyota cars made?” or “Where is Toyota made?”. While Toyota is known as a Japanese auto brand, numerous models are manufactured on U.S. soil. There are currently auto plants throughout Kentucky, Indiana, Texas, Virginia, Alabama, Tennessee, Missouri, and Mississippi. Each of these plants manufactures some of the most popular Toyota models on roads in Metairie, New Orleans, and everywhere else. Among these models are the Toyota Sequoia, Highlander, and Sienna, all of which are crafted at the plant in Princeton, Indiana. Others include the RAV4 Hybrid, Avalon, and Camry, which are manufactured in Georgetown, Kentucky.
Q: What does TRD stand for?
A: Drivers throughout New Orleans and La Place have come to us asking, “What does TRD stand for in the Toyota universe?” ‘TRD’ stands for ‘Toyota Racing Development.’ The brand’s TRD models are known for off-road capabilities, unmatched versatility, and wow-worthy performance specs. These vehicles come equipped with related features such as superchargers, advanced suspension systems, and model-specific wheels. What’s more, the members of the Toyota Racing Development division routinely play roles in drag racing events, international motorsport competitions, and NASCAR events. They also contribute to the latest in sports car innovations!
Now that we have answered the question, “What does TRD stand for?”, is it time to buy a TRD vehicle? Contact us today to learn more!
Q: Which Toyota models have Remote Start?
A: If you are wondering, “Do Toyotas have Remote Start?”, wonder no more! Toyota Remote Start is available on numerous models. In addition to starting and stopping your Toyota with the Remote Start via your key fob, you can also use it to control the vehicle heater, air conditioner, and defroster. In terms of which vehicles feature Toyota Remote Start, see below:
Now you know the answer to, “Do Toyotas have Remote Start?” If you want to test any of these Toyota models at our dealership near La Place, don’t hesitate to reach out!