Toyota Sienna – Family Green Car

Toyota Sienna Family Green Car - Robbins Toyota - Mt Pleasant, TX

The all-new 2021 Toyota Sienna took home Green Car Journal’s Family Green Car of the Year award in November. With its standard hybrid powertrain, which deftly balances power and efficiency, the new Sienna is hailed as the go-to choice for families what want to reduce their carbon footprint without sacrificing.

“The fuel efficiency of this all-new 2021 Sienna makes it a cut above the rest,” said Bob Carter, Toyota Motor North America’s executive vice president of sales. “This award just further highlights our dedication to hybrids in North America and we’re humbly honored to have the new Sienna be recognized as the Family Green Car of the Year for 2021.”

The American-designed 2021 Toyota Sienna leverages an intelligent hybrid system to deliver big numbers at the pump. Putting out 245 horsepower, the new Toyota Hybrid System II delivers 36 combined mpg with front-wheel drive and 35 combined mpg with available all-wheel drive.

Add in a winning style, innovative technologies, and a spacious and luxurious interior, and the 2021 Toyota Sienna is a great choice for families. Features like standard Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and dual power sliding doors make each road trip feel like a breeze.

If you and your crew lead an active, adventurous lifestyle, stop into Robbins Toyota near Mt Pleasant, Texas, and check out the new Sienna. The 2021 Family Green Car of the Year, the all-new Sienna offers the right balance of everything you want and need in a highly efficient family vehicle.

*EPA-estimated 36 city/36 hwy/36 combined mpg for 2021 Sienna FWD models; 35 city/36 hwy/35 combined mpg for 2021 Sienna AWD models. 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.

Tips for Transporting a Christmas Tree

Tips for Safely Transporting a Christmas Tree - Robbins Toyota - Mt. Pleasant, TX

A Christmas tree is the perfect way to make your holidays bright this year, but they can be difficult to transport. Not only are trees large, but they also shed needles and can drip sap onto your vehicle. Toyota crossovers, SUVs, and trucks like the RAV4, Highlander, and Tacoma are great options for safely transporting a Christmas tree.

Whether you’re staying around Nash, Texas, this year or driving out of state for the holidays, transporting a tree doesn’t have to be difficult. First, make sure you’ve got the right vehicle and equipment. If you’ve got a Toyota RAV4, Highlander, or Tacoma, for example, you’re off to a good start. From there’ you’ll need to bring a tarp, rope, a tree net (ask the tree salesman), and bungee cords for your tree.

Positioning the tree properly is key to getting it home safely. The trunk of the tree should be facing the hood, with the branches secured and pointing to the rear of the vehicle. This will make the ride more aerodynamic, reducing the risk of the tree falling off. Be sure to anchor the tree just above the bottom branches.

If you want to transport a tree inside the vehicle, just be sure to put a tarp down to make cleanup easier. Not only will this prevent pine needles from getting everywhere, but it will also prevent sap from ruining the upholstery.

Need some tips and tricks for transporting your Christmas tree? Or how about the right vehicle and accessories for the job? Robbins Toyota in Nash can help. Give us a call and we’ll set you up with a test drive in a new Toyota that’s perfect for hauling your handsome evergreen.

Toyota Recently Extends Partnerships

Toyota Extends Partnerships with Bass Pro Shops & Cabela's - Robbins Toyota - Mt. Pleasant, TX

Outdoor enthusiasts who shop at Bass Pro Shops or Cabela’s and love the Toyota family of adventurous vehicles like the Highlander, Tacoma, and Tundra: listen up. In early fall, Toyota announced that its long-standing collaboration with Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops will be extended to 2025, bringing the two titans of excitement together for longer.

With the news of the recent extension, the strategic brand partnership between Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops, and Toyota will span over two decades. The partnership between Toyota and the outdoor adventure retailers is a perfect fit for the Toyota Tacoma, Tundra, and Highlander owners who use their vehicles to lead active lifestyles and enjoy outdoor activities like fishing.

Toyota, Bass Pro Shops, and Cabela’s have worked together since the early 2000s to host sweepstakes, hold autograph signings, and support conservation efforts. Vinay Shahani, Toyota Motors North America’s VP of Integrated Marketing Operations, said of the collaboration, “Whether it’s on the water, on the track, or in a store, Toyota and Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s are a natural fit, and we’re thrilled to extend our partnership to 2025.”

Visit Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas, to browse our inventory of trucks and SUVs equally well-suited for an adventure in the great outdoors or a trip to Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s.

Toyota Invests in Solar Energy

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Toyota is dedicated to environmental responsibility, and the automaker is putting its money where its mouth is. Recently, the brand announced that it would be investing over $9 million in renewable energy to power manufacturing facilities in Alabama, Missouri, and West Virginia. This includes 10.8 acres of new solar arrays that provide clean, sustainable power while cutting emissions.

The move is designed to increase the sustainability of Toyota manufacturing operations. Helping to build a better tomorrow, this new Toyota investment will offset 6,480,000 kilowatt hours in energy, which is roughly the same amount of energy used to power 800 homes in one year. It will also reduce CO2 emissions and help contribute to the brand’s commitment to reduce its carbon footprint across America, from dealerships in Nash, Texas, to global manufacturing sites.

“Toyota continuously looks for new ways to reduce water usage, recycle materials and conserve energy, and we are proud to add solar panels to our line-up of best practices,” said Kevin Bell, Toyota Motors North America Energy Manager. “We are committed to setting an example of sustainability to show how a company can significantly reduce the environmental impact of its operations.”

Toyota has a special project titled the “Environmental Challenge 2050,” which is designed to eliminate all carbon emissions from Toyota manufacturing by the year 2050. It includes six goals, ranging from intelligent and eco-friendly mobility to greener manufacturing. Plus, with this new solar panel investment, Toyota became one of the top 20 corporate users of onsite solar energy. In short, if you’re looking for an eco-friendly car company, Toyota is right for you.

To see how Toyota is making the world a better, greener place one vehicle at a time, check out the great lineup of new, used, and certified pre-owned vehicles in stock at Robbins Toyota.  

2021 Toyota 4Runner Gets Cool Updates

New 2021 Toyota 4Runner - Robbins Toyota - Nash, TX

The new and improved 2021 Toyota 4Runner is coming to Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas. This updated version of the rugged SUV you know and love gets key updates like improved lighting and a new special edition. Here’s what you can expect when the new 4Runner arrives at Robbins Toyota this fall.

New LED lights

Toyota has seen the light, and that’s why the 2021 RAV4 now features standard LED headlamps in addition to LED fog lamps. LED lights make for better nighttime visibility, helping keep you safer on the road. The 4Runner Limited, Nightshade, and TRD Pro add LED high beams, lighting your way more clearly than ever.

New 2021 Toyota 4Runner Trail Special Edition

The coolest addition to the 2021 4Runner lineup is the new Trail Special Edition. Based on the 4Runner SR5 and available in two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive, the Trail Special Edition boasts unique exterior badging, a premium interior, and off-road ready features like TRD Off-Road wheels and a Yakima LoadWarrior rooftop cargo basket. You even get a 40-quart cooler to keep all of your beverages and snacks cold when you’re out exploring the Lone Star State.

New features for the TRD Pro

Toyota keeps its incredible 4Runner TRD Pro fresh with a new color, new wheels, and new shocks. Replacing Army Green is Lunar Rock, a distinctive hue that gives the TRD Pro a standout look. Also helping the 2021 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro stand out are black alloy flow form wheels with Nitto Terra Grappler tires, which look great with showroom sheen or a healthy coat of dirt. For your off-road adventuring needs, the 2021 4Runner TRD Pro gets retuned 2.6-inch FOX Internal Bypass Shocks to keep you feeling comfortable even when the going gets tough.

The mighty new 2021 Toyota 4Runner is on its way to Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas. If you want to be one of the first to drive one home, call or email to schedule your test drive.

Get Rugged in the New 2021 Toyota Tundra

2021 Toyota Tundra - Robbins Toyota - Nash, TX

When it comes to powerful and affordable, Texas-made trucks, the 2021 Toyota Tundra delivers everything you expect and more. Arriving soon at Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas, the new and improved Tundra gives you more stylish options to work with, including two new special editions.

The 2021 model year sees the debut of the new Tundra Trail Special Edition and the Nightshade Special Edition. The former celebrates the Tundra and its rep for going off-road, building on the SR5 Crew Max with SR5 Upgrade Package and offering unique black badging and seating as well as the chrome grille offered on the Tundra 1794 Edition.

The stealthy 2021 Toyota Tundra Nightshade Special Edition takes the Tundra Limited grade and adds a dark chrome grille and black mirror caps, door handles, wheels, and exhaust tips. Before you go thinking that you can only get it in black, the Tundra Nightshade lets you show off a bit with contrasting color options like Magnetic Gray Metallic, Windchill Pearl, and Super White.

Also new for 2021, the Tundra TRD Pro gets a bold new Lunar Rock color, which preplaces Army Green in the 2020 lineup.

Apart from these upgrades, the 2021 Toyota Tundra is the same capable, powerful, and impressive truck you know and love. If you’re in Texarkana or Mt. Pleasant and ready to upgrade to a truck made in the Lone Star State by Texans for Texans, check out the Tundra at Robbins Toyota in Nash.

First-Ever Toyota RAV4 Prime Hits the Road

Toyota RAV4 Prime - Robbins Toyota - Nash, TX

With the first-ever RAV4 Prime, Toyota combines athletic on-road performance with fuel-efficient power. Available in SE and XSE grades, the new sporty SUV brings power and style to a new level.

The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime boasts impressive speed and responsiveness as Toyota’s quickest four-door model. With standard Electronic On-Demand All-Wheel Drive, RAV4 Prime achieves up to 302 horsepower and reaches 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds, giving you the exhilaration of instant torque and thrilling acceleration. You can also seamlessly switch between the SUV’s EV and hybrid modes. When fully charged, the model’s EV mode offers an estimated 39 battery-powered miles, as well as 90 MPGe.*

The RAV4 Prime’s athletic attitude translates into a premium look, extending from the piano black exterior accents to an aggressive front end and sport-style headlights. The XSE flaunts exclusive 19-inch two-tone alloy wheels, marking the largest alloy wheels ever offered on a hybrid RAV4. This grade also includes an available two-tone exterior paint scheme featuring a black roof, vertical LED accent lights, a moonroof, and ambient interior lighting.

The RAV4 Prime shares the standard safety features found on all RAV4 models. Active-safety technologies and capabilities found in Toyota Safety Sense include Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Tracing Assist, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Automatic High Beam, and Road Sign Assist.

The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime is the most efficient and most powerful RAV4 yet. Check out this incredible new SUV at Robbins Toyota!

*2021 RAV4 Prime manufacturer-estimated 90 MPGe when vehicle is fully charged. Actual MPGe may vary. Battery capacity will decrease with time and use.

Toyota Is Creating a Prototype City of the Future

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Toyota is constantly at the forefront of introducing new technologies to the automotive world. However, Toyota is also introducing innovative new ideas outside this realm as well.

One such idea is a new prototype city of the future that Toyota is working to create at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan.

While a fully functioning city in its own right, this prototype city, dubbed Woven City, will be much smaller than most modern metropolises, measuring 175 acres in total. Still, it will have all the amenities of a modern city, plus some advanced new innovations that you wouldn’t find anywhere else.

Its citizenship will also be comprised of a much different demographic than most cities. After all, it will be almost entirely populated by researchers and scientists in the process of creating new technologies. These scientists will not only be from Toyota, but outside commercial partners and organizations as well.

 “We welcome all those inspired to improve the way we live in the future, to take advantage of this unique research ecosystem and join us in our quest to create an ever-better way of life and mobility for all,” explains Akio Toyoda, president of the Toyota Motor Corporation.

If you’d like to learn more about what other innovations Toyota is currently working on, then you can always visit Robbins Toyota and speak with our very own staff of experts.

Toyota Broadens Lineup of Sedans With AWD

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All-Wheel Drive is pretty common these days. You don’t have to buy a full-size, truck-like SUV to get your hands on a car that can grip the road in hazardous conditions. Toyota is at the forefront of the movement towards AWD. The brand recently added more nameplates to the list of sedans with AWD, including the popular, affordable Toyota Camry.

A Few “Firsts”

The last time Toyota tried to add AWD to the Camry was in 1991, so this marks the first time a Toyota Camry with AWD will be available in almost 30 years. The other nameplate getting an AWD system this year is the Toyota Avalon. It will be the first time ever the Avalon has offered the option of an AWD system. Drivers will have the option of both of these sedans with a more confident ride in 2020.

Adapted From the RAV4

Not all AWD systems are created equal. That’s why Toyota waited until they had the best — and smartest — system for the job. The next-generation RAV4 boasts a brand-new AWD system. Termed “Dynamic Torque Control AWD,” the RAV4’s drivetrain is engineered to optimize fuel economy without reducing its traction in inclement weather conditions. The system on the Toyota Avalon and Toyota Camry will be the same one.

At Robbins Toyota, we’re incredibly excited to now be able to offer the popular Toyota Camry with AWD, an oft-requested feature. Call us to learn more about how AWD can benefit you and get behind the wheel of a new Camry AWD!

2020 Toyota CH-R Exterior Gets a Makeover

Toyota CH-R Exterior - Robbins Toyota - Nash, TX

The Toyota CH-R exterior has received a complete makeover for the 2020 model year. When Toyota launched the CH-R, it aimed to build a unique, never-before-seen blend of a hatchback, sport coupe, and compact crossover. Now, the 2020 C-HR has been completely reimagined with a highly recognizable and individualistic new look.

An updated front fascia, LED headlamps, and wheel designs make the 2020 C-HR look more futuristic and youthful. A length of 172.6 inches resting on a 103.9-inch wheelbase simplify navigating through congested cities. Re-styled grilles and spoilers inject attitude into the extroverted vehicle.

The LE trim level will include standard LED headlamps with an optional 17-inch alloy wheel design. Enjoy 18-inch alloy wheels on the Limited trim level.

Slim and sleek headlights hug the sides of the hood to meld in with the curvaceous lines originating from the Toyota badge and wrapping around the narrow body of the core. The lines eventually merge with a high beltline and a remarkable C-pillar. Hidden door handles make for a cleaner, more aerodynamic design.

Shades of a sport coupe are found in the fastback-style roof, wide-bodied and distinctly sculpted rear panels, and a hatchback lip spoiler. Choose between colors such as Blizzard Pearl, Supersonic Red, and Silver Knockout Metallic.

Photos don’t do the 2020 Toyota C-HR justice, so make sure to drop by Robbins Toyota to see what it looks like in person!