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2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid: The Perfect Summer Road Trip Vehicle

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Make summer memories inside this highly efficient SUV Get out your sunglasses and turn up the A/C – it’s time to hit the road for some summer fun in the sun! And  Stevinson Toyota West has the perfect vehicle for you; whether you’re planning a cross-country trip or are simply heading to the closest body of water to cool off for the weekend, the Toyota Highlander Hybrid is the best vehicle to get you, your family, and all of your supplies there and back with ease.
Performance With seating for up to eight people, all-wheel drive, and legendary reliability, there's a lot to love about the Highlander Hybrid. The 3.5-liter V6 engine and electric motor produce 280 hybrid system net horsepower, allowing the vehicle to get an EPA-estimated 30 mpg city and 28 mpg highway.* The Highlander Hybrid has also earned an Ultra Low Emission Vehicle II (ULEV-II) rating.
If you're planning on taking a large group of friends or your family with you on your road trip, you're in luck! The Highla…

Best Road-Trip Movies for the Kids - That Won't Drive You Crazy

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What's better than taking a leisurely road trip with your family? Taking a leisurely road trip with your family and not driving yourself crazy listening to the same movies or songs over and over again. We all have that one movie (or perhaps two, or three) that just the thought of watching makes us groan. Save your entire family the headache--and still ensure that everyone is having fun--by considering our list of family-friendly movies.


Animated Films Be aware that if you choose a musical for your children to watch, you may be listening to those same songs over and over again--both in the car and outside it. If you'd rather save the songs for the radio, here are our top picks of non-musical animated movies for your family to enjoy while riding in the car: Monsters Inc.The IncrediblesTreasure PlanetFinding NemoWALL-EFamily-friendly Live Action The trick is to find a compelling plot that both children and adults can relate to (especially if you're taking turns in the backseat…