An Introduction to the 2020 Toyota Sienna and the 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid near Wilkes-Barre

1440 × 810This time of year is always exciting near Wilkes-Barre, PA because it’s when vehicles from a new model year start arriving at dealerships throughout the nation. In recent weeks, we’ve been thrilled to add some 2020 automobiles produced by some of the world’s most esteemed ca rmakers to our inventory. New Toyota cars are among the vehicles you’ll see in our new car inventory, with the 2020 Toyota Sienna and the 2020 Toyota Corolla being just two of our latest additions.

The new Toyota Sienna is a three-row minivan that has seating for seven or eight passengers depending on the trim you choose. While the base trim isn’t eligible for all-wheel drive, the minivan’s remaining four trims are. Given the changeable weather we experience around our Wilkes-Barre, PA automotive group in a typical year, the availability of all-wheel drive is important to many area motorists.

While the 2020 Toyota Sienna is widely considered a quintessential family vehicle, we’re proud to tell you that it’s also outfitted to accommodate people with disabilities. The LE and XLE trims can be outfitted with an Auto Access Seat, which makes mobility readily possible more drivers.

For the first time ever, the redesigned Toyota Corolla is available as a hybrid vehicle in the 2020 model year. Available in just one trim, selecting a 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid comes down to choosing between seven eye-catching exterior colors and a duo of upholstery options.

While the 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid is only offered in a single trim, you should know that it’s one extremely well-appointed model. For starters, the automobile is outfitted with the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0™ bundle of active safety equipment. Tech lovers will appreciate the automobile’s onboard Wi-Fi hotspot and Bluetooth™ and Apple CarPlay connectivity.

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