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Top Ten Reasons to Choose Toyota

Uncategorized July 25, 2017

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1. Durability

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According to Polk®, 80% of Toyota’s sold twenty years ago are still on the road. That adds up to savings, because when you decide to get into a new Toyota, you’ll know that this car or truck is going to last. Keeping you on the road in a quality, safe, and durable vehicle is a hallmark of Toyota, and when you see numbers like this, you have to think that these cars and trucks have something going on that puts them a cut above.

2. Best Resale Value

Kelley Blue Book ranks the Toyota brand highest in resale value. It’s simple says KBB, just make a quality vehicle that improves people’s lives, give it an affordable price, and make sure the vehicle is the most comfortable, reliable, and enjoyable vehicle in its class. Toyota does just that in plenty of its offerings, and it shows with KBB’s prestigious best brand awards for many of Toyota’s products.

3. More AWD/4WD Vehicles

In the industry, nobody has more AWD and 4WD vehicles on the market than Toyota. And with some of the most fun designs, Toyota is a top pick among the outdoor crowd who are looking to bring some value, style, reliability, and functionality to their adventures. Year after year, Toyota gets the most industry accolades for its lineup of AWD and 4WD vehicles.

4. Top Safety Pick

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Safety is a number one concern among Toyota owners, and Toyota makes safety a number one concern in its cars and trucks. In 2013, Toyota had more IIHS top safety picks than any other car or truck brand. More than just reliable and durable, the Toyota brand is about safety too. And when it comes right down to it, safety should be the most important feature of any vehicle. That’s Toyota.

5. Most American Made

There’s a lot of talk around about what an American made care is. But when all the talk is said and done, the fact is that Toyota ranks highest in the amount of American sourced and built cars and trucks than plenty of domestic brands. Go head to head against some of the domestic brands and you’ll see, the American content in a Toyota usually rivals, or exceeds a number of domestic brands.

6. Most Innovation

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Toyota rocked the world with the introduction of the Prius, and that innovation continues with every model that Toyota puts out. Toyota has been an industry leader in efficiency, economy, and quality for decades and has built a loyal following of people who realize Toyota is a major innovator.

7. Best Reliability

JD Powers rank Toyota vehicles highest in reliability numbers. Compared to other vehicles, Toyota’s lineups consistently rank high in JD Powers’ rankings; chief among these is the reliability ranking. Toyota has legendary reliability among owners, and the added support from JD Powers adds confidence that when you purchase a new or used Toyota, you’re getting a highly reliable automobile.

8. Top Residual Value

Holding their value isn’t only a good thing for resale, it also matters at lease turn in time. Kelley Blue Book consistently ranks Toyota high for holding value. And that means money in your pocket. With the Toyota brand outranking competitors with residual value, leasing a Toyota makes sense for your pocketbook.

9. Green Vehicles

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