Showing posts from September, 2017

Never Summer Snowboard Giveaway at Stevinson Toyota West - We Have a Winner!

Stevinson Customer Wins Never Summer Snowboard!
And the winner is…. Thomas! Randomly selected from a handful of entrants, Thomas put his name into the running at the dealership this past Saturday at our Never Summer Industries event. 

Thomas is excited to take his first ride on his new board at either Copper Mountain or Winter Park. He’s been involved in winter sports for basically his whole life; he switched from skiing to snowboard at the ripe young age of six and hasn't stopped since.
Thomas has visited the dealership previously and says he loves his 4Runner that he got here two years ago.  Congratulations on your new Never Summer Snowboard, Thomas! 

If you weren't able to join us this past weekend, be sure to come by for our next dealership event! Guests this weekend enjoyed test drives, games, and some delicious BBQ from our friends at Moe's Original BBQ.

2017 Toyota Tacoma Earned Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Highest Rating

When it comes to finding the right pickup for you, there are a lot of factors to consider: towing and hauling capacity, fuel efficiency, and more. One factor you should always keep in mind is safety. That's why Stevinson Toyota Westis proud to announce that the both the two-door and four-door cab versions of the 2017 Toyota Tacoma earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's highest rating of "good" in insurance industry crash tests, a feat unmatched by any other small pickup!
The 2017 Toyota Tacoma received a "good" rating - the best rating available from IIHS - in crashworthiness for small overlap front impact, moderate overlap front impact, side impact, roof strength, and head restraints and seats. If you're fond of off-roading on unmapped terrain or really driving in the Denver area, at all, you'll feel confident the Toyota Tacoma will keep you and your family protected. 
From left to right: TRD Off-Road Double Cab Long Bed shown in Quicksa…

Toyota's Newest CUV, the C-HR at Stevinson Toyota West

The 2018 Toyota C-HR is the first of its kind, combining striking style with intuitive interior space and driving pleasure every time you turn the wheel. Coupe High-Rider  The C-HR has a certain sportiness to it that was inspired by Deputy Chief Engineer, Hiro Koba, a die-hard racer. He sought to ensure that the C-HR exhilarated its drivers anytime, anywhere, including around the famed Nürburgring circuit where vehicle development was chiefly executed. Like its uncanny looks, the C-HR’s blend of comfort, control, consistency, and responsiveness is extraordinarily impressive for the competitive paradigm it aims to shift.
Smaller and sleeker than one would imagine, the Toyota C-HR (or Coupe High-Rider to all who have been wondering what C-HR means) stacks up to 5.13 feet tall, 5.89 feet wide and 14.3 feet long, compared to the RAV4, which is  5.6 feet tall with roof rails. This doesn't compromise any interior space, though. The backseat has plenty of leg room and head room,  and th…