The 2021 Toyota lineup comes with a wide range of new offerings, technologies, and features. Earlier this year, the brand introduced the all-new RAV4 Prime and a revamped GR Supra that’s more powerful than ever before. Additionally, drivers will also find improved infotainment and safety, an expanded special edition lineup, and a new Venza crossover.
Technology is one key area where Toyota excels, especially for the 2021 model year. Virtually every model in the 2021 lineup will come equipped with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ to optimize connectivity. There’s also Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+, which comes with new features for better functionality and detection.
The Venza will also be returning in 2021 as a stylish crossover. While there are few details about this model’s features, we do know that it shares design cues with the RAV4 Hybrid. Drivers will also find new features on current vehicles, such as a mid-cycle refresh for the Camry, improved performance on the GR Supra, and the RAV4 Prime — a plug-in hybrid.
You’ll also get more options than ever before when you shop Toyota, particularly special edition models. This includes vehicles such as the Nightshade edition, the Corolla Apex Edition, and a Tundra Trail Special Edition. Other vehicles with special editions include the Highlander, Tacoma, 4Runner, Camry, and Sienna.
Experience the 2021 Toyota lineup firsthand when you stop by Ken Nelson Toyota to test-drive a shiny new model.
The Toyota Sequoia has been a popular for families who shop at Ken Nelson Toyota looking for a large vehicle suitable for their busy commutes and travels. We’re excited to announce that the latest Sequoia will be arriving on our lot soon. So, if you’re planning on buying a new SUV for your family in Dixon, Illinois, here are the main 2021 Sequoia details you should know.
New for 2021, the Sequoia is offering some dazzling appearance options. Lunar Rock is a new body color you can order your SUV in. Its hue is like a milky, muted mint green. We’re big fans of it! You can also order the 2021 Sequoia Nightshade Edition, a new version this year with luxurious touches and unique visual accents.
Under the hood of the 2021 Sequoia is a 381-horsepower 5.7-liter i-FORCE V8 engine, which makes it an excellent SUV for towing a boat or camper trailer on your next year’s camping excursion.
Toyota Safety Sense P is included on every version of the 2021 Toyota Sequoia. That means no matter how much you spend on a new Sequoia, you’ll receive the valuable active safety suite that includes tools like Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection and Lane Departure Alert. You’ll also have Toyota’s STAR Safety System helping pilot this large SUV so you better retain control on slippery curves or steep hills.
If you’re interested in getting a new Sequoia SUV for your family, we recommend getting the 2021 version. Call or email us if you want to reserve your 2021 Sequoia!
For the 2021 model year, Toyota is introducing a long-awaited feature for the 2021 Avalon. Reports from Toyota confirm that the sedan will come available with all-wheel drive.
It will be the first time that this model offers an all-wheel drive option. This development is not entirely unexpected, however, as last year’s Avalon model featured a TRD performance trim, suggesting that more performance-based features could be making their way to the Avalon in the near future.
For drivers who are more concerned about efficiency than they are all-wheel drive, Toyota offers the 2021 Avalon in three different hybrid trims. Although the all-wheel drive feature is not available with any of the Avalon Hybrid models, these fuel-efficient Avalon variants achieve an estimated fuel economy of 44 mpg combined, making the Avalon one of the most efficient sedans in its class.*
Whether you are looking for a sedan that focuses on fuel economy or one that has the all-wheel drive capabilities to take on any on-road challenge, the 2021 Toyota Avalon is the model for you. Experience it for yourself when it arrives at Ken Nelson Toyota later this year. Until then, stop by to test-drive the other Toyota sedans we have in stock.
*EPA-estimated 43 city/44 highway/44 combined mpg for 2021 Avalon Hybrid XLE. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.
The all-new 2021 Toyota Sienna comes with a refined design and exceptional gas mileage thanks to the Toyota Hybrid System II. This model achieves a manufacturer-estimated 33 mpg combined, making it a gratifying choice for your family’s transportation.*
Interestingly enough, the 2021 Sienna the hybrid powertrain is the only option for the new model year. This system has a 2.5-liter gasoline engine that’s paired with two electric motors. This powertrain will generate an impressive 243 horsepower, and it naturally increases fuel economy and reduces your carbon footprint.
Other features that will make drivers happy include features such as a four-zone climate-control system, seven USB ports around the cabin, and an entertainment system for backseat passengers. You’ll also find an optional JBL premium audio system, and you can opt for an onboard vacuum cleaner to make cleanup easier than ever.
Additionally, the suite of safety features on the 2021 Sienna keeps you safe on the road. The Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 system has automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and more. You won’t want to leave the driver’s seat of the 2021 Toyota Sienna thanks to its exceptional fuel economy, interior amenities, and intelligent safety.
Test-drive this model today here at Ken Nelson Toyota. You’re bound to fall in love with this minivan’s efficiency and it’s bevy of family-friendly amenities.
*EPA-estimated fuel economy. Actual mileage may vary.
Over the years, hybrids have become less of a niche vehicle. In fact, Toyota has many hybrid variants of its most popular nameplates available. A recent study from iSeeCars.com also confirmed that many Toyota nameplates are the most reliable hybrid vehicles on the road. They last longer than most of the competition.
The iSeeCars.com study looked at more like
15.8 million used cars on the road. Their verdict? The longest-lasting hybrid
of all time is actually the Toyota Highlander Hybrid. 4.2 percent of them are
still running even at the 200,000-mile mark. The Highlander Hybrid was also in
the top five four longest-lasting vehicles overall, not just hybrids.
The next two most reliable hybrid vehicles
after the Highlander were the Toyota Prius and Toyota Camry Hybrid. Toyota has
a monopoly on the top three longest-lasting hybrids on the market.
Having a reliable hybrid vehicle that lasts a long time means the amount of fuel emissions saved by your vehicle greatly outweighs the increased energy it takes to manufacture them. And with options on the road like the Toyota Highlander Hybrid, families have better access to a more sustainable, fuel-efficient hybrid model that won’t break down in a few years.