Last month, Fortune magazine once again named Toyota one of the “World’s Most Admired Companies” as well as the number one Motor Vehicle Company for the third year straight. Fortune’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” list ranked Toyota 34th out of 50 “All-Star” companies surveyed.
Each company on Fortune’s list is ranked based on nine attributes determined to be critical to a company’s global success, including quality of products and services, social and environmental responsibility, global competitiveness, and value as an investment.
The 2017 Toyota 86 is the latest incarnate of this sporty model for Toyota. While it may be compact in design, this sports car still delivers on the performance front and delivers exceptional handling. With a 2.0L DOHC 16-valve flat-4 engine, the Toyota 86 pumps out 205 horsepower and 156 lbs.-ft. of torque, and it’s able to zip from 0 to 60 MPH in just 6.2 seconds. It also has a respectable fuel economy of 21 city/ 28 hwy MPG.
Being inducted into the Toyota lineup came with more than just a name change for the Toyota 86. Its interior surfaces have been covered in a suede-like synthetic material called Granlux, and the steering wheel has an even smaller diameter than before. On its exterior, a bigger front intake gives the Toyota 86 a more aggressive look and the addition of standard LED headlights lend to a modern, high-tech edge.
With so many publications nowadays – both in print and digital – awards are handed out seemingly on an hourly basis, making it difficult to keep up. One honored and well-respected source, however, recently named their annual new car awards, and the Toyota Prius Two was most definitely part of the mix – earning ‘Best Hybrid’. Read the rest of this entry »
Peace-of-mind doesn’t come with a moonroof. Or a premium sound system. Or the decadent headed leather seats.
No, peace-of-mind is present when all worries are out the (power) window. When one knows if the unforeseen happens, they – and those with them – will come out safe and sound. The 2017 Toyota Highlander came one step closer to that special feat when it was announced that it had earned an IIHS Top Safety Pick+, their highest honor. Read the rest of this entry »
Driving in the summer has its share of hazards. There’s the rain, bicyclists, kids out and about…the list goes on. When the weather gets colder, the bikes are put away, children are back at school and the rain turns to something much more dangerous — ice and snow. In order to get through safely, please follow these helpful winter driving tips: Read the rest of this entry »
Even as the cold and snow settles in, things are heating up at Orland Toyota in Tinley Park! Toyotathon is back, which means huge savings on some of the most safe and popular vehicles on the road.
Whether it’s the sporty Toyota Camry, which was named a ‘Best Midsize Car for the Money’ by U.S. News & World Report – or the family-friendly Toyota Sienna, which was named one of Kelley Blue Book’s ’16 Best Family Cars of 2016’ — you can get it today at Orland Toyota.
To check out our huge selection of cars, trucks, vans and SUVS, visit Orland Toyota’s inventory page. For quality and professional car service, please fill out our convenient online form to set up an appointment.
Like it or not, the Holidays are upon us. Millions traveled for Thanksgiving and millions more will visit loved ones in the upcoming weeks. Unfortunately, out of those who are traveling with young ones, nearly 75-percent are driving either with an improperly-installed safety seat, or one that’s being used incorrectly.
Below are tips to follow when getting your bundle of joy into their car safety seat: Read the rest of this entry »
When looking for a new vehicle, it’s the “fun” features that always get looked at first.
Does it have a moonroof?
Does it have navigation?
Does it have A/C?
However, one of the last to get looked over are the safety features. It’s truly an area that separates one from the rest, and for the 2017 model year, the Toyota RAV4 has pulled out all the stops and will offer up their popular Toyota Safety Sense P as standard. Read the rest of this entry »
Halloween. It’s a time of year where candy is king and people – both young and old – dress up in costumes in order to scare and amuse friends and neighbors. However with the fun comes a certain amount of responsibility – and not only with those tricking for treats, but those getting behind the wheel just like any other day.
Here are a few tips to remember when traveling on Halloween: Read the rest of this entry »