Toyota Motor North America has been taking orders on its 2020-model-year lineup and dates for deliveries of most models have been set for later this year. Toyota began deliveries of three models in May, according to Mark Oldenburg, senior national fleet operations manager.
Ordering has been underway for most of the lineup. The order bank will open for the remaining model on July 1 for the Corolla Hatchback, RAV4, and RAV4 Hybrid. Ordering for the C-HR will begin on Aug. 1. Highlander orders can be submitted starting Sept. 1, while Highlander Hybrid orders will commence on Nov. 1.
In May, Toyota began delivering the Sienna, Corolla, and Corolla Hybrid. Deliveries of the Prius Prime are scheduled for July. In August, Toyota plans to begin delivering the Supra.
Deliveries of several models will begin in September, including the Avalon, Avalon Hybrid, Sequoia, and Tundra.
October deliveries include the 4Runner, 86, Camry, Camry Hybrid, Land Cruiser, Prius, Tacoma, as well as the Yaris sedan and hatchback.
November deliveries include the Corolla Hatchback, RAV4, and RAV4 Hybrid. Toyota will deliver the C-HR in December.
In January, Toyota plans to deliver the Highlander and Mirai. In March, Toyota plans to deliver the Highlander Hybrid.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet