Earlier this year, Kelley Blue Book’S KBB.com released its list of the 15 Best Family Cars of 2015, and- wouldn’t you know it?- three of Toyota’s models made the cut. The final field of twenty-three competitors included three minivans, four compact SUVs, four midsize SUVs, two full-size SUVs, two full-size sedans, and three mid-size sedans, as well as some more unconventional choices that included two full-size pickup trucks and three compact cars. Out of this competition came the winning Toyota models- the 2015 Sienna, the 2015 Highlander, and the 2015 Camry; only one manufacturer (Honda) had more vehicles on this list than Toyota. That is quite a feat!
The categories the vehicles were chosen based on are as follows:
- Comfort and driving: If you and your spouse and your kids are not comfortable in the vehicle you drive, it is not going to be a pleasant drive anywhere, no matter how awesome the other features are.
- Safety: Almost every car on the list has excellent crash scores- and active safety systems are more commonplace than ever before.
- Child Seats: Every Toyota has easy access to the child seat installation mechanisms. This may not be a concern for every family right this minute, but… you never know what lies ahead. Don’t you want to be prepared for every addition to the family?
- Cargo Space: Whether its golf bags or groceries, coolers or bikes, there is more to storage space than mere cubic feet, so the vehicles were tested based on how much stuffed could be crammed inside.
- Rear- Seat Entertainment: Can you plug a Wii into the back of your car? Does your vehicle offer a hotspot? These are things that were taken into consideration when choosing the best family vehicles.
- Extra Features: Every button was pushed, every lever was pulled, and every storage compartment was stuffed, and this is truly what sets Toyota apart from the other vehicles in this list.
Head over to Toyota of Killeen and snag one of these models for your family today!
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