You can’t blame Courtney Messenbaugh, a writer for Cars.com, for doubting Toyota’s claim. I mean, come on: 60 juiceboxes? All fitting snugly inside the new, more spacious cargo compartment of the Toyota Highlander center console? That just seems way to good to be true—especially because when you open the console, it just looks like a normal console.
There was only one thing to be done—Messenbaugh grabbed a Highlander, bought 60 juiceboxes, and conducted a little experiment. She recorded her results in an article for USA Today: “With 60 juice boxes in our possession, my oldest child and I loaded 20, then 20 more and the final 20 in the bin. All 60 boxes fit perfectly without any arduous maneuvering on our part. As it turns out, Toyota wasn’t bluffing.”
Here at Doxon Toyota, when we consider the Highlander’s new cavernous cargo space, we can’t help but think of Mary Poppins and her magical purse. And, just like that purse, you’ll never know what you’ll find inside the console. Aside from juiceboxes, it can also hold 24 water bottles, a week’s supply of snacks, or even larger items like laptops, magazines, and books. What will you fill your Toyota Highlander center console with? Let us know here at Doxon!