Using paper is so 20th century. The new Sienna moves past print and into the digital era with the help of the new Driver’s Companion feature in the Toyota App. With this unique feature, the 2021 Toyota Sienna becomes the first vehicle available at Robbins Toyota with a fully digital owner’s manual.
Toyota’s Driver’s Companion is an advanced virtual assistant powered by Google Cloud. The assistant, Joya, responds to the sound of your voice and finds the information you’re looking for. Whether it’s figuring out dimensions or how much air you need in your tires, learning about features in the Sienna, or setting up your personalized settings, Joya can get it done.
“Toyota Driver’s Companion highlights how cloud computing can support interactive, engaging consumer experiences in a natural, accessible format — voice,” said Dominik Wee, Google Manufacturing and Industrial managing director. “By elevating and personalizing the car manual through the power of cloud, our goal is to help foster more thoughtful interactions between Toyota and Sienna drivers, such as responding to real-time inquiries.”
If you own a 2021 Toyota Sienna, you’ll have exclusive access to the Driver’s Companion pilot. Simply download the Toyota App and acquaint yourself with Joya. It’s a really cool and easy-to-use feature, and we’d expect that it will come to more Toyota vehicles in the future.
Looking to put a bit of swagger in your daily commute with the family? Pop into Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas, and check out the new 2021 Toyota Sienna — aka the swagger wagon.
The Toyota Mississippi plant in Blue Springs has officially begun production for the all-new 2020 Toyota Corolla. The 12th-generation Corolla has a bold new design that makes it look even more sophisticated and modern, and it promises to be an exciting new addition to the Toyota lineup when it arrives later this year.
“We have an extraordinary team in Mississippi building a
remarkable vehicle,” said Toyota Mississippi Plant President Sean Suggs. “I can
honestly say we get better every day, and it’s because of our amazing team
members. I can’t wait to see what happens next for our plant, our community,
and as we like to say, the Toyota Mississippi Family.”
The Toyota Corolla is the world’s best-selling nameplate
with an incredible 46 million vehicles delivered around the world since its
debut in 1966. Today, the introduction of the 2020 Toyota Corolla promises to
extend that legacy with the introduction of bolder styling, more powerful
performance, and a first-ever Corolla Hybrid that returns an incredible 52
The 2020 Corolla will also come standard with Toyota Safety
Sense™ 2.0. This suite of safety technology will include features like Road
Sign Assist, Lane Tracing Assist, and a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian
Detection, delivering an incredible level of safety and confidence.
The new 2020 Toyota Corolla will be arriving soon at Robbins Toyota. Call or stop in to be among the first to take one for a test drive.
*2020 EPA-estimated 53 city/52 highway/52 combined mpg for
Corolla LE Hybrid. Actual mileage will vary.
The start of spring means time for spring cleaning, and this year, you should extend that luxury to your vehicle. Taking the opportunity to tidy up your ride inside and out will help get you ready for the warmer months ahead and all the road trips and adventures they entail. Here are some tips for how to spring clean your car.
Forget the Trunk
The trunk or cargo area of your vehicle may be
the easiest to neglect because you only tend to look at it when you need it.
But you’ll want to make sure that it gets the right amount of TLC as well. Clean
out any trash or debris, vacuum and wipe down any surfaces, and make sure that
things like your emergency kits and first aid kits are organized and
the Nooks and Crannies
The carpeting and upholstery will no doubt get
the bulk of the attention when spring cleaning your car, but you should still
pay special mind to the smaller details. Your dashboard glovebox, center
console storage, door storage pockets, and seatback storage should all be
considered, whether it’s removing out-of-date paperwork or getting rid of clutter.
the Windows and Wheels Last
When you go to wash the exterior of your car,
make sure you do the windows and wheels last. Washing the body will bring down
all the grime and dirt over these surfaces, making them the last spots you
should clean. Clean up the windshield with some glass cleaner at the end, then
deep-clean the wheels for that like-new shine.
If you want professional vehicle service and detailing, look no further than Robbins Toyota. We’ll help get your car in spring shape.