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Posted Saturday, Jul 01, 2017 by North Hollywood Toyota
Toyota had one heck of a year in 2017. With a renewed focus on revitalizing its brand and making people excited about the name “Toyota” once again, the company rolled out a series of new vehicles that impressed even the most skeptical critics. Given the sheer number of amazing Toyotas on the market right now, it’s not surprising that some people find it hard to decide which one is the best option for them.
There are a lot of factors that go into deciding which car is best for you, which means that figuring out the top cars of the year means looking at a lot of different criteria. Since most people don’t have the time to do that themselves, we thought we’d lend a helping hand and create a list of the best 2017 Toyotas, based on a number of useful categories. Ready? Here we go!
The Prius was the first big breakout hybrid car, and all these years later it’s still leading the pack. Not only does the Prius set the standard for performance and gas mileage for the entire hybrid vehicle subindustry, it’s also incredibly affordable. The combination of great performance and even better price makes the Prius the undisputed best hybrid car for your money, this year and every year.
Hybrid SUVs are a relatively new class of vehicle, but, just like the Prius dominates the standard hybrid vehicle market, the RAV4 Hybrid has already staked its claim as the king of this particular auto industry mountain. If you like the idea of saving money on gas and lessening your eco-footprint but not the idea of sacrificing on power and having plenty of space for cargo and passengers, the RAV4 Hybrid is the vehicle for you.
The popular conception of subcompact cars is that they are uninspiring and basic, a vehicle for people with only the most utilitarian needs and no one else. The 2017 Toyota Yaris iA was seemingly created for the express purpose of disproving this belief. Don’t let the subcompact classification fool you. The Yaris iA is a sleek, surprisingly powerful sedan that handles incredibly well on the road. Its 35mpg overall rating for gas mileage isn’t too shabby, either.
The midsize SUV category is possibly the most competitive in the auto industry. They are expected to find the middle ground between full-size SUVs and the average 4 seater car, which comes with a lot of expectations attached: powerful but not too bulky; spacious but not overwhelmingly large; capable of towing without being a total gas guzzler.
Despite the high expectations, the 2017 Toyota Highlander still managed to impress buyers and critics, thanks to an upgrade to its already impressive design that saw the addition of more safety features, 25 additional hp to the output, and two additional gears.
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