4 Family-Friendly Toyota Cars You Can BuyBy Vic on December 18th, 2015
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Back in the day, it was just you, your car, and the open road. During that time, you can go anywhere you want and anytime you choose. But now that you have a family of your own, you can no longer do the same, because this time you have to think of what your kids and spouse need as your personal passengers. And the best way to do that is by going for a family-friendly car.
So if you recently just became a family man or woman and is need of a good car for your family, then Toyota has the right rides for you. Starting off with the Toyota Fortuner from the Philippines, here are a few cars in our catalog for the most important people in your life.
First off is the Toyota Fortuner, Toyota’s entry-level SUV. Because of its generous seating space that can accommodate more than five people, it’s a good pick for families that are continuously growing or spend a lot of time traveling, especially with the aunts, uncles, nephews, grandparents, and in-laws. And because it’s an SUV, rest assured that it can handle long and winding trips to extended families’ places in the provinces and tourist destinations, all while keeping you and your family comfortable for the entire time.
If you think that SUV’s are big and expensive gas guzzlers, then you can always go for a compact MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) instead. And the Toyota Innova is an MPV that has suited the tastes and needs of many families, probably including yours in the near future.
With its spacious interior, your family can be seated in the most comfortable way possible, even through long trips. Then again, don’t expect trips to be too long, as the Toyota Innova is equipped with a D4D Diesel engine that is both powerful and fuel-efficient, allowing you to get a lot of mileage with as little gas as possible, saving you a lot of money in the process.
It’s not about how big a family is, but about how happy it is. For firm believers of that, especially if your family leads an urban life, the Toyota Wigo is for you.
But why suggest a small hatchback? Well, why not? Because of its modest size, creating your own parking space in your home for it and finding space to park it outside the house can be a cinch. In addition, for a seemingly cramped car, it has a lot of cargo space – perfect if you’re the family who loves to buy groceries. And lastly, if you are only three or four in the family, then you do not have to worry about seating space.
Finally, the big day – family reunion. How is your family of eight, a few cousins and a few in-laws going to fit in one ride? Simple – the Toyota Hiace. It can fit more than ten people easily, its sliding door design allows convenient boarding and alighting, and its 2.5L D4D engine has more than enough power to get you to where all of you have to be smoothly and safely.
Family is an important part of our lives. And because they hold so much weight in our hearts and minds, we always want to spend quality time with them, even when on the road. With these family cars, you can in the comfiest way possible.