buying Chevy Corvette remained fastest-selling car in March, Toyota RAV4 Prime not far behind
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Toyota's SmartPath and Lexus's Monogram systems are expanding to a lot more dealers, meaning you only have to show up at a dealership if you really want to.The idea behind the year-and-a-half-old comprehensive retail program was to make buying a new Toyota or Lexus as easy as possible but, during the COVID-19 pandemic>>>P, the mostly contact-free aspect has been a selling point as well. Toyota says a Cox Automotive digital shopping study from last April showed that two-thirds of shoppers are more likely to want to purchase a vehicle 100 percent online.
For the third month in a row, the was the fastest-selling car in America, followed closely by the . While it shows high interest in the sports car, it's also true the Corvette remains in short supply, due to a string of since the car first entered production in 2020.
Still, according to new data from General Motors works to build the sports car as quickly as possible for eager fans, the second-place finisher is pretty surprising.on Wednesday covering the month of March, a Corvette only stuck around at a dealership for 9.4 days on average. The average time to sell a vehicle sits at 47.4 days for all new vehicles, underscoring how quickly a Corvette in stock turns into a sale. While
1965 L78 Corvette: Making The Best Out Of GMs Ridiculous Rules
Chevrolet has always done a good with the Corvette, but in 1965 they almost out-did themselves. Chevrolet really started to ramp up the Corvette's performance after the successes of the 327-cid engine and had it not been for a ridiculous GM rule limiting displacement based on vehicle size, the 1965 Corvettes high-performance option probably would have been a 427-cid engine. © Provided by Motorious However, thanks to the specially tuned 425-horsepower 396-cid big block engine, nobody missed the 427 engine option that didn’t exist for the 1965 Corvette.
The Toyota RAV4 Prime, the plug-in hybrid version of the popular compact SUV, took 10.2 days to sell on average. The RAV4 Prime, too, has been in short supply since its debut last year. Battery supplier constraints limited the SUV to just a few thousand units last year, and Toyota sent most of them to areas of the US where hybrids are already popular. (Think California.) Inventory doesn't seem nearly as scarce these days, though, suggesting reception for the plug-in SUV is quite good. The standard RAV4 Hybrid also lands on the list, as do a number of other new Toyota SUV and pickups.
continues to make a strong showing, too, coming in third place at 14.1 days to sell. GM's trio of new SUVs are also hot items with the new , and taking just 21, 14 and 15 days to find owners, respectively.
2022 Toyota 86 embraces sports car evolution with fresh looks, more power
The Subaru BRZ's twin is finally here, and like the BRZ, the new Toyota 86 keeps the back-to-basics sports car formula in great shape.Toyota revealed the new 86 in Japan with partner Subaru showing off the BRZ for the first time locally. While the two wear different wrappers, the 86 is once again largely an identical car to the BRZ. Behind the Toyota Gazoo Racing grille sits a 2.4-liter flat-four engine, sans turbocharger, that makes 230 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. We'll have to wait for US-spec units to see if the 86 actually makes a couple more horsepower than the BRZ's 228 hp, or if the kilowatts-to-horsepower conversion is generous.
Are there any passenger cars on the list? Yes, but just two: The and Hyundai Elantra Hybrid. The newly refreshed luxury sedan takes 17.5 days to sell on average, while the compact mainstream sedan takes 16.1. Everything else you see is an SUV or pickup truck. Check out the full list right down below.
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2022 Toyota Corolla Cross Slides in Between the C-HR and RAV4 .
This SUV spinoff of the Corolla is coming to the U.S. and gives Toyota another entrant in the subcompact crossover segment. The 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross is the latest addition to the Toyota SUV lineup.It fits in between the C-HR and RAV4 and will compete in the subcompact SUV segment.We expect it to start around $24,000 and range up to above $30,000.Toyota is expanding the Corolla lineup with a new crossover version called—surprise!—the Corolla Cross. This model was first shown for global markets last year and will be making its way to the U.S. later this year as a 2022 model.