We have everything from maneuverable crossovers to heavy-towing, off-road capable options among our used SUVs for sale. Find what best suits your family by exploring our online listings or visiting our dealership to shop in person. Our team will be waiting to give you additional details on any of these cars’ performance specs, interior amenities, or dimensions. The following dives deeper into what you can expect from us.
As a Toyota dealership, we specialize in selling Toyota vehicles and also have many Toyota used SUVs ready to go home to new families. However, we also accept trade-ins, meaning that our selection can include options from other major brands that we’ll be equally happy to tell you about. Our team looks over these trade-in vehicles to ensure that they are of a quality we can be proud of, reconditioning them within our own service department. We also offer CARFAX® Vehicle History Reports to go with our inventory so that you can feel comfortable moving forward with an SUV after knowing where it’s been.
With how we get our used inventory, our listings tend to fluctuate. However, we see several vehicles on our lot quite often that we would like to draw your attention to. For example, a used Toyota RAV4 is stylish and fuel-efficient, especially if you choose a plug-in hybrid model. It is competitively priced as a new vehicle and can be acquired at an even better price with a few thousand miles on the odometer.
Most but not all of these vehicles come as used AWD SUVs, meaning that you will have additional traction on the road. If you find an Adventure or TRD Off-Road trim, you’ll find powerful engine performance and better off-road chops and towing potential than on many other options.
As well-rounded and versatile as the Rav4 is, a used Toyota Highlander for sale is a workhouse that’s great for large families. It is one of a few used SUVs with third-row seating. These three rows can hold seven or eight people, depending on which version of the vehicle you encounter. It also has greater legroom than the Rav4 crossover in the first and second rows. Its cargo space with all the seats in use is smaller but can expand to be much larger when you fold the second-row and third-row seats down.
In general, the Toyota Highlander is more powerful than the Rav4 but less fuel-efficient. Their base-trim luxuries are fairly comparable, although upper-trim Toyota Highlander SUVs can feature more creature comforts and technology upgrades than the Rav4 crossovers from the same model year.
We also feel it’s important to draw your attention to our certified pre-owned selection of vehicles since these undergo a more rigorous inspection and testing process before receiving their official seals of approval. These newer-model vehicles tend to have less wear and tear or miles on them than other used cars and are given special warranties to help them maintain their like-new condition even longer.
SUVs have been increasing in popularity over the last decade. This means not only are there more new models available but a wider selection of used versions for you to choose from. Because we have so many options, car shopping might seem a bit overwhelming, but we hope to help you out there, too, by providing easy-to-use search filters and making ourselves available to answer any questions you have. Contact us today.
Several SUVs meet these requirements. For example, a Toyota Highlander has third-row seating. You might also be interested in a pre-owned Toyota Sequoia, Toyota Land Cruiser, or options from other major automakers, like a Ford Explorer. Use the “3rd Row Seat” filter in the top bar to explore your options online and ask our team to help you compare different models.
In general, lighter SUVs will get better highway gas mileage, so consider getting a crossover if that is one of your priorities. You might also look for a vehicle with features that will help you in dense traffic. This can include a blind-spot monitor, forward-collision assistance, or a lane-departure warning. Some vehicles also come with driver-focus alerts.
Lighter SUVs, like crossovers, tend to get the best gas mileage. For example, you can find a Toyota Rav4 from 2021 that gets an EPA-estimated 28/35/30 (City/Highway/Combined)1 with its 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and automatic transmission. You can also find a Rav4 hybrid from that year that is substantially more fuel-efficient than that.
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1Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See fueleconomy.gov.