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New families have lots of options at Toyota of Naperville

Dealership features many family-friendly vehicles

NAPERVILLE, Ill., July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With the older portion of Millennials starting families, Toyota is helping them with a line of incredibly safe and reliable family transport vehicles. To have a successful vehicle made to get kids from daycare to various activities, the vehicle must be spacious, capable and fuel-efficient. Toyota of Naperville has a full roster of Toyota options, but to fit the above mentioned needs, customers will want to take a close look at the 2014 Toyota RAV4, 2014 Toyota Highlander and 2014 Toyota Sienna. Each one of these vehicles represents a different class in the automotive industry and they also represent some of the best example of vehicles for that class.

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One of the most popular vehicles in the Toyota of Naperville showroom is also one of the most popular vehicles in the country. The 2014 Toyota RAV4 in Bolingbrook, IL that is for sale at Toyota of Naperville has space for five-passengers and is one of the most fuel-efficient options in its class. These are exactly the traits that are perfect for those with a young family. More than that, the 2014 RAV4 has one of the most impressive lists of standard features across all three available trims. Features like power locks and windows as well as tilting and telescoping steering are just the tip of the iceberg for the 2014 Toyota RAV4.

As an original member of the crossover SUV class, the 2014 Toyota Highlander near Schaumburg, IL has long set the pace for everybody else. The 2014 version of the Toyota Highlander maintains its large seating capacity of seven or eight passengers, depending on interior choice; but those seats have been enlarged by a few inches to provide more comfort. Additionally, some of the upper trims have an upgraded driver information display as well as driver memory functions so nobody has to spend a lot of time readjusting to find the perfect seating position.

When it comes to the most efficient way to transport large numbers of people, no other vehicle platform has the flexibility of the minivan. The 2014 Toyota Sienna near Bolingbrook, IL that is available at Toyota of Naperville remains firmly in the top spot of the class. With a refresh for the 2014 model-year, Toyota engineers have made the more fuel-efficient six-speed transmission available for every trim level. Additionally, the 2014 Sienna has one of the highest passenger capacities in the minivan class with seven or eight passengers, depending on the customer's choice of a second row bench or a pair of captain's chairs.

The entire Toyota of Naperville inventory can be viewed from almost any digital device using its new responsive website www.toyotaofnaperville.com. The showroom is located at 1488 West Ogden Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540. Anyone with questions about any of the above mentioned vehicles can call 855-475-0344 for more information.

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

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