A right profile photo of the Toyota GR Supra Sport Top concept.

Is a convertible Supra model too much to hope for?

Is Toyota making a Supra convertible? 

The reintroduction of the Toyota Supra to the automaker’s roster has been incredible. It is sleek. It is responsive. And it is high performing. What more could a Lexington Toyota customer want? Well, what about the feeling of the wind through their hair? Is Toyota making a Supra convertible? We can neither confirm nor deny that idea – mostly because we have no idea. However, Toyota showed off a customized Supra model at this year’s modified SEMA show this fall that put this notion on the table. Not everything that is shown at events like SEMA goes into production – but sometimes they do. Let’s take a look at a few things you might find interesting.   Read the rest of this entry >>

A photo of the camping setup offered for the Toyota Tacoma.

Toyota revolutionizes camping with the Tacoma for 2020 SEMA

New Toyota Tacoma Trailer Accessories 

The annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show looked a little different this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of tens of thousands of people taking over the Las Vegas Convention Center to show off some of the newest and most innovative products in the automotive industry, exhibitors had to take a slightly different route to show off in 2020. These new Toyota Tacoma trailer accessories are very interesting and could really convince some of our indoor friends into spending a night or two in the great outdoors. Since we couldn’t cover this year’s SEMA show like we would have liked, take a look at these videos for an idea of what Toyota had to share with the world. Be sure to ask a Lexington Toyota product expert about our available inventory or factory-approved aftermarket accessories.   Read the rest of this entry >>

A photo of the Toyota badge on a Toyota vehicle.

Put the power of Toyota in the palm of your hand

What does the Toyota app do? 

The intersection of Toyota vehicles and connectivity technology has been nothing short of a total game-changer. Things started to change rapidly when access to the Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ suites of applications became standard equipment on most of the automaker’s models. All of that connectivity is great, but Toyota has gone more than a bit further by making its own technology available to vehicle owners. So, what does the Toyota app do? Basically, the Toyota app (available on Android and iOS) puts the automaker’s entire world into the palm of an owner’s hand. Using a single application, people will be able to perform several functions including access to their vehicle’s owner’s manual, find the closest Toyota dealer and obtain 24/7 roadside assistance. Let’s take a closer look at a few more things you might want to know.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A photo of the dashboard in the 2021 Toyota RAV4.

Don’t miss out on some exciting features available with your Toyota vehicle

How do I set up Toyota connectivity features? 

Toyota offers as much advanced multimedia technology as any other automaker. People can do almost anything they want when they properly configure their equipment and pair compatible mobile devices to the native technology in a new Toyota vehicle. To be sure, it’s easy to become overwhelmed at what these features can do – especially if someone isn’t very tech-savvy. Nobody needs to learn everything the onboard technology can do. They only need to learn to do what they need it to do. So, if you’re wondering, ‘How do I set up Toyota connectivity features,’ the product experts at Lexington Toyota are here to help. They found these videos that will walk you through setting up Android Auto™ and the Audio Multimedia systems found in several 2020 and 2021 models. If you need additional assistance, make an appointment with one of our product experts today.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A right rear quarter photo of the 2021 Toyota Venza parked on the road.

Toyota introduces new convenience features on its new models

How do I use the Toyota hands-free tailgate? 

The Toyota class of 2021 has added some incredible new models to the lineup like the Venza and RAV4 Prime. Additionally, the Toyota Sienna was completely redesigned and is now exclusively powered by a hybrid powertrain. Not only do these vehicles all offer some of the best fuel economy scores in their respective classes, but they also all feature a rear liftgate that can be opened and closed without someone using their hands. If you’re wondering, ‘How do I use the Toyota hands-free tailgate,’ the team of product experts working at Lexington Toyota have some answers. For the most part, all three vehicles will use the same procedures. However, be sure to refer to your owner’s manual for more precise information. Let’s take a closer look at how this new and exciting feature works.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A stock photo of a holiday light display.

Get in the holiday spirit with some area light displays

2020 Drive-Thru Christmas Lights Displays near Lexington, MA 

Now that the calendar says December, a lot of people are going to be ramping up their Christmas and other holiday plans. However, the on-going COVID-19 pandemic might require some of those plans and traditions to be modified in the name of safetyOur team of product experts is also in the process of changing their annual holiday plans and several of them plan on visiting one of the many 2020 drive-thru Christmas lights displays near Lexington, MA. Because we want people to stay safe and enjoy the season, our product experts wanted to make sure this information was as easy to find as possible. Additionally, we’ve included some tips to make your outing a little easier. Let’s see what they came up with.  Read the rest of this entry >>