3 Toyotas At Limbaugh Toyota Have Best 5 Year Ownership Cost
Toyota is being recognized yet again for their commitment to providing vehicles that boast outstanding value. When you consider Toyota’s legendary reputation for reliability and versatility, it’s not surprising that Toyota sees some of the highest resale values in the entire automotive industry. The editors of Kelley Blue Book (KBB) at kbb.com have selected three Toyota vehicles as recipients of their 5-Year Cost to Own award: the Toyota Corolla, Toyota Prius c, and Toyota Tacoma regular cab. These award-winning vehicles can be found at Limbaugh Toyota in Birmingham.
2014 Toyota Prius c | Best Hybrid/Alternative Energy Car
The smallest and one of the newest members of the world’s best-selling hybrid family. This urban-friendly subcompact is stylish and capable. It combines value, versatility, and incredible efficiency. With an entry price below $20,000, the 2014 Toyota Prius delivers an outstanding EPA-estimated city-best 53 mpg rating.
2014 Toyota Corolla | Best Compact Car
The fact that Toyota Corolla is the world’s best-best selling vehicle nameplate should give you an inkling of the long-term value the Corolla provides. The all-new 2014 Toyota Corolla is sporty, stylish, reliable performer, amazingly comfortable, and comes with great standard features, while offering plenty of premium amenities. Plus, with an affordable entry price, low maintenance and repair costs, and proven resale value, the Corolla boasts an attractive deal.
2014 Toyota Tacoma | Best Mid-Size Pickup Truck
The Toyota Tacoma has a proven track record for value that spans three decades. The surprisingly agile 2014 Toyota Tacoma’s tight turning radius and responsiveness make it approachable and easy to maneuver. The four-cylinder packs a punch with capable power and respectable efficiency, while the brawny V6 sports great towing ability. Overall, the value the 2014 Toyota Tacoma offers surpasses many full-size trucks. The Tacoma Regular Cab took the top prize from Kelley Blue Book, but the Tacoma Double Cab PreRunner and Tacoma Access Cab took the 2nd and 3rd places, giving the Tacomas a clean medal sweep in the midsize category.
To determine 5-Year Cost to Own, KBB calculates total ownership costs for new vehicles based on the first five years of ownership using factors such as depreciation and fuel expenses, while considering factors like finance and insurance fees, maintenance and repair costs, as well as state fees for new models.
To get more information on Toyota’s 2014 5-Year Cost to Own winners, call in or stop by Limbaugh Toyota in Birmingham today!
*2014 Toyota Prius c: 2014 EPA-estimated 53 city/46 highway/50 combined mileage. Actual mileage will vary.
**2014 Toyota Prius c $19,080 manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) excludes delivery, processing and handling fee, excludes taxes, license, title and available or regionally required equipment. Actual dealer price will vary.