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2021 Toyota SUVs with the Most Cargo Volume in Lexington, MA 

Our lives are busy. If you have a child or two who have after-school activities, you would probably love to be only busy. Toyota vehicles are built to be as family-friendly as possible. That is especially true of the automaker’s lineup of crossover SUVs. Sometimes our team of product experts forgets that not everyone is a familiar with our new vehicle roster as we are. To help better educate people about their available options, our profiled the 2021 Toyota SUVs with the most cargo volume in Lexington, MA. Take a look at the information we’ve provided before you schedule a test drive. It will help you ask one of our product experts better and more informative questions. Let’s see what they came up with. 

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The 2021 Toyota Venza on the road.

2021 Toyota Venza 

Cargo Volume Specs 
Rear Seats Up: 28.8 cu.-ft. 
Rear Seats Down: 55.1 cu.-ft. 

The 2021 Toyota Venza is the first crossover SUV added to the automaker’s lineup in quite a while. Additionally, it is the first crossover SUV platform to be designed to be a hybrid platform from the ground up. Our manufacturing partner has constructed the 2021 Venza to slot-in behind the RAV4 and ahead of the C-HR, in terms of size. Each 2021 Venza available at Lexington Toyota will have two rows of seats that can hold five passengers and up to 55.2 cubic-feet of cargo volume when the panoramic roof is absent. However, adding the optional glass panel roof will have a very small effect on the vehicle’s maximum cargo volume. 

The 2021 Toyota Highlander parked on a road.

2021 Toyota Highlander 

Cargo Volume Specs 
Behind 3rd Row: 16 cu.-ft. 
Behind 2nd Row: 48.4 cu.-ft. 
Behind 1st Row: 84.3 cu.-ft. 

One of our favorite facts about the Toyota Highlander is that it was one of the charter members of the crossover SUV segment. Also, it is one of the only three-row crossover SUV models that is available with a standard gasoline-powered engine or the Toyota gas-electric hybrid powertrain. Regardless of which version a person chooses to take home from the Lexington Toyota showroom, they will be getting the same cavernous interior space, up to 84.3 cubic-feet of interior cargo volume. Additionally, all Highlander models will be able seven or eight passengers, depending on which trim grade they choose to buy or lease. 

2021 Toyota RAV4

The 2021 Toyota RAV4 in the desert.

2021 RAV4 
Rear Seats Up: 37.5 cu.-ft. 
Rear Seats Down: 69.8 cu.-ft. 

The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid at rest in a park.

2021 RAV4 Hybrid
Rear Seats Up: 37.6 cu.-ft. 
Rear Seats Down: 69.8 cu.-ft. 

The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime in a parking lot.

2021 RAV4 Prime 
Rear Seats Up: 33.5 cu.-ft. 
Rear Seats Down: 63.2 cu.-ft. 

The Toyota RAV4 is the most popular nameplate in the automaker’s lineup. Its mix of athletic performance, strong handling dynamics and fuel economy has also propelled it to the front of a particularly competitive segment of the automotive industry. For the 2021 model year, the existing gas-powered and hybrid versions of the RAV4 platform are joined by the plug-in hybrid RAV4 Prime. All three RAV4 variants exhibit plenty of space for people and cargo. The RAV4 Prime is also the most powerful version, producing more than 300 net horsepower. 

Make an appointment with a Lexington Toyota product expert today if you would like to learn more about any of these vehicles.