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Toyota of Naperville has two major SUVs available

Toyota Highlander, Sequoia now for sale

NAPERVILLE, Ill., Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Toyota is one of the most prolific automakers on the planet today. Their roster is filled with a wide range of cars, trucks and SUVs that can meet, as well as exceed, the expectations of the most discerning car-buyer. While Toyota may have cut their teeth building small and reliable coupes and sedans, their line of SUVs has continued to impress the public with their very modern styling, as well as, impressive physical capabilities and outstanding fuel-economy. Toyota of Naperville is proud to all of these models and is taking special time to announce that they have taken delivery of the 2014 Toyota Highlander and its larger cousin, the 2014 Toyota Sequoia.

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Among the many things that set the 2014 Toyota Highlander for sale in Naperville, IL that is available at Toyota of Naperville, is the vehicles ability to handle most driving conditions. The new Highlander is truly one of the most flexible SUVs in the Toyota of Naperville inventory. It easily has the abilities to be comfortable bringing the kids to and from school as well going off-road and getting a little dirty. The upper trims have additional equipment and a more powerful engine to make those enhanced abilities possible. The 2014 Toyota Highlander also has gone through a redesign that has given the vehicle a more contemporary look and features more aerodynamic elements.

Only the uninformed would say that Toyota only makes small cars and crossover SUVs. Those people have clearly never taken a look at the 2014 Toyota Sequoia available in Naperville, IL at Toyota of Naperville. The 2014 Sequoia has the space for cargo and passengers as well as the physical performance capabilities to go toe-to-toe with the full-size SUVs offered by any other manufacturer. Not only is the 2014 Sequoia able to produce up to 381 horsepower and tow more than 7,000 pounds it also has the ability to turn a tighter circle than most other vehicles in the same class. As hard as the 2014 Toyota Sequoia works on the outside, it is equally comfortable to ride in. Premium materials cover most surfaces of the new Toyota Sequoia and the seats are excellent for taking even the longest of trips.

The entire Toyota of Naperville inventory can be viewed online at www.toyotaofnaperville.com. Their showroom is located at 1488 West Ogden Avenue, Naperville, IL, 60540. Anyone with questions about the availability of the 2014 Toyota Highlander or the 2014 Toyota Sequoia should call 855-475-0344; customers will also be able to schedule a test drive at the same time.

Media Contact: Tom Gregg, Toyota of Naperville, 855-475-0344, [email protected]

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