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2017 Toyota Highlander Invites You In, Makes Travel Easier

 

 

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Searching for a new vehicle can be a laborious process. You probably have lots of questions. You likely want to determine which class of vehicle (pickup, crossover, large SUV, sedan and so on) fits your needs best. Then you'll want to narrow down your options from there. In a sea of sameness, sometimes it's just hard to pick. We're here to help. If you're looking for a new crossover SUV that will fit the whole family and then some, the new 2017…

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The 2018 Toyota Camry: A Great Car Gets Even Better

We probably don't have to tell you that the 2018 Toyota Camry is a great car. The Camry has been around for 35 years, and in that time it's built a deserved reputation as one of the most reliable cars on the road.

There's always room for improvement however, and Toyota has made some important tweaks to the 2018 model that should make a lot of drivers happy. Most centrally, the 2018 Camry will be far more agile than its predecessors from previous years.

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Eight 2017 Toyota Models Earn IIHS Top Safety Pick+ Awards

Recently, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) declared that eight Toyota models had been named Top Safety Pick+ awards -- the highest safety award granted by the institute.


The 2017 Toyota models that received Top Safety Pick+ awards are:

  • Toyota RAV4 (with specific headlights)
  • Prius Prime
  • Corolla
  • Highlander
  • Prius (built after August 2016)
  • Prius v (with available front crash prevention and specific headlights)
  • Camry (with available front crash prevention and specific headlights)
  • Avalon (built after…
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Perhaps the World’s Most Fun Crossover: The 2018 Toyota C-HR

The 2018 Toyota C-HR is a soon-to-be released new crossover that is the perfect blend of form and function. Enjoy its sporty exterior and roomy interior along with standard perks like dual-zone climate control and traffic adapting cruise control.

Outside, the 2018 Toyota C-HR is muscular and smaller than many other crossovers in its class. That’s a really good thing because it makes it easy to maneuver and still offers high ground clearance. 

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Normal is not Normal With Car Maintenance

The term "normal" is determined by many different factors when it comes to the maintenance of vehicles. The vehicle's battery has an average lifespan of around four years when it is under all normal conditions. In the case of car batteries, normal means that everything happens perfectly all of the time. However, in the real world, temperatures aren't perfect all of the time for car batteries, road vibration is usually occurring, newer vehicles have higher tech computer systems, etc.. The result of all factors that play into the lifespan of the battery typically always result in a...
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Understanding The Importance of Rotating Your Tires

Having your tires rotated is an excellent way to ensure that your tires maintain uniform tread. Depending on where your engine is located on your car, you will either have more wear and tear on the front or rear set of wheels. This wear can cause you to have to replace the tire with more weight on it more frequently, or worse, you could be forced to ride around on the bald tire in less than 20,000 miles, putting you and your loved ones at risk when driving on slick, slippery roads. Trust me, it's only prudent to…
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Get the Inside Scoop on the 2018 Toyota C-HR

When it comes to shopping for new cars in Bakersfield, our team members recommend putting the 2018 Toyota C-HR at the very top of your list. Recently added to Toyota's lineup of sought after cars, trucks and SUVs, the all-new Toyota C-HR is the kind of vehicle that aims to please even the most discriminatory of automotive tastes. Interested in learning more about this all-new crossover? Then we encourage you to check out the video below:

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Highlander and Sienna are Named Kelley Blue Book "Best Family Vehicles"

Kelley® Blue Book's KBB.com has released their annual roster of the vehicles that have won their "2017 Best Family Vehicle" awards, with Toyota seeing two models take home wins in their respective categories. Since both the Highlander and Sienna offer a compelling combination of storage capacity and family-friendly amenities, they deserve serious consideration by anyone looking for a new family driver.

 

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