MILFORD, Conn. (PRWEB) August 31, 2020
The Toyota RAV4 has capitalized on the popularity of crossover SUVs to not only become one of the best-selling platforms in its class, but also one of the best-selling Toyota vehicles ever. As buyers continue to choose the RAV4, the automaker is working hard to keep up with changing customer demand for more efficient vehicles that don’t compromise on performance. A look at the Toyota RAV4 family that includes the traditional gas-powered model, a hybrid version and an all-new plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. Each iteration of the RAV4 will bring something different to the table and the product experts at Colonial Toyota are excited to get this information into the hands of as many people as possible.
Customers visiting the Colonial Toyota showroom who are interested in any version of the RAV4 will see a few universal elements including, a spacious and adaptable interior, the latest connectivity technology and a comfortable handling profile. The differences between the three RAV4 models come down to how each platform is powered.
Obviously, the original Toyota RAV4 uses a traditional gasoline-powered engine. The RAV4 Hybrid still has a gasoline-powered engine under the hood, but it’s helped out by some electric motors that get their energy from on-board batteries. The all-new 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime is similar to the hybrid version in a lot of ways, but it will charge its batteries via an outside power source. There are some major advantages to this, including incredible EV-only range that can mean an entire day of driving won’t use a single drop of gas and an available performance output of 302 horsepower.
Toyota Lease End Information
Leasing has become a very popular way for buyers to have a new vehicle in their driveway on a more regular basis. Some people might not know that they don’t need to return their vehicle to the same dealership where they originally picked it up. In fact, when a Toyota lease ends, there are a few things the leaseholder can do, including starting a new lease, buying the vehicle they have been leasing or choosing to buy a different vehicle outright.
Anyone can view the entire Colonial Toyota inventory today by visiting the dealership’s website, http://www.colonialtoyotact.com. The showroom is located at 470 Boston Post Road, Milford, CT 06460. Customers can learn more about their Toyota lease-end options or about the new lineup of Toyota RAV4 crossover SUVs arriving any day by calling, 203-403-6890.