Category Archives: Toyota Sequoia

2017 Toyota 4Runner vs Sequoia passenger and cargo space

How do the 2018 Toyota 4Runner and Sequoia compare in terms of passenger and cargo room?

If you are looking for a new vehicle and you know you’ll need a certain amount of passenger or cargo space, it’s important to determine which models fit your requirements. In the Toyota lineup alone, there are plenty of outstanding models to choose from, including sedans, hatchbacks, crossovers, and SUVs. Although the Toyota 4Runner is slightly narrower and shorter than the Toyota Sequoia, many prospective buyers may be interested to learn how the two models compare when it comes to passenger and cargo space. Read on to find out! Read the rest of this entry >>

Best 2017 Toyota Models for Bringing Home Christmas Trees

Bring That Christmas Tree Home with a New Toyota!

Best 2017 Toyota Models for Bringing Home Christmas Trees

It is that time of year again when we can enjoy a glass of eggnog while admiring the lights on our Christmas tree! If you are planning on bringing home a Christmas tree in the next couple of weeks—whether a real or artificial one—having the right vehicle to help you out is a must! Luckily, Toyota has a multitude of models to choose from, and we love them all! However, depending on what kind of tree you need for your home, one Toyota model might be better suited over another. Here are a couple of suggestions from Baierl Toyota: Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Toyota Models with Three Rows of Seats

Bring More People Along in a Toyota with 3 Rows of Seats!

2016 Toyota Models with Three Rows of Seats

One of the most important components of any vehicle is its ability to accommodate everything and everyone you need to take along on all of your adventures. If you have a large family or are active in after-school or social activities like 4-H, you may find that having a longer vehicle with more seats is extremely beneficial. Luckily, Toyota has several models in its 2016 vehicle lineup that have third-row seating! Read the rest of this entry >>