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Blaze New Trails In the New Year With the 2018 Toyota RAV4 “Adventure!”

 

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Two decades is a long time in the automotive world, but that’s how long our local customers have enjoyed the dependable and flexible RAV4. In that time, this compact crossover hasn’t just become one of the most attractive examples of the segment it helped create, but continues to raise the bar. This year, the gasoline-powered versions get a unique new model between the XLE and SE trims—the 2018 Toyota RAV4 Adventure!

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Find the Right Toyota Model with the Latest Entune Infotainment System

While infotainment systems have continued to become standard throughout the automotive industry, brands like Toyota have been able to experiment and learn from their customers over time. As a result, the all-new Entune 3.0 is rearing up to impress local drivers in the Ontario area inside of the redesigned 2018 Toyota Camry. Whether you've had experience with a previous version, or have yet to utilize a Toyota infotainment system, this latest version is built to impress with top-notch user-friendliness, stress-free navigation, and the convenient tools at your disposal.


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Experience the New Standard Safety Features in the 2017 Toyota Corolla

When it comes to finding a safe and secure vehicle in the greater Ontario, CA area, our team at John Elway's Crown Toyota are well-prepared to provide an excellent selection of models to suit your needs. Thanks to the decision to make Toyota Safety Sense-Plus a standard suite of safety features, the latest 2017 Toyota Corolla sedan is primed with plenty of security potential and ability to take advantage of. Features like its adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams and pre-collision with pedestrian detection are typically available for a higher cost in most models, but not our...

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Speed Up in the 2017 Toyota 86

While the Scion name might be out and gone, some of their greatest models live on under the Toyota name; take, for example, the gorgeously sporty and speedy 2017 Toyota 86 takes the place of the Scion FR-S! This isn't the car for just anyone, though. Boasting acceleration, handling, braking, stability, and everything else suitable for the track, and with only 8,600 models ever being made, you'll want to grab this one quick if you know it's the right ride for your lifestyle. See it in action in the video below:

 

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Say Hello to the 2018 Toyota Camry Revealed in Detroit

While the 2017 Detroit Auto Show is over, we're still thinking about some of the exceptional vehicles that automakers from all over the world were showing off! Of course, our favorite Japanese automaker was in attendance and they revealed the 2018 Toyota Camry for the world to see. Boasting a more aggressive and dynamic look, it also offers a choice of three engines, standard Toyota Safety Sense, and even a hybrid version that promises best-in-class fuel efficiency. See more below:

 

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Toyota's 2016 Yaris Is a Cost-Effective and Reliable Small Car Solution, Says AutoTrader

The 2016 Toyota Yaris is the smallest Toyota you can buy here in U.S., but it still brings big Toyota credibility to the table in key areas. Autotrader editor Jabari Jones recently outlined five good reasons to consider buying a Yaris in this video segment.

In addition to its ultra-maneuverable size and right-sized price tag, the Yaris benefits from Toyota's well-earned reputation for reliability. In fact, all scheduled maintenance is covered for two-years/25,000 miles, and Toyota's offers free 24-hour roadside assistance...

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NY Times: 2017 Toyota Prius Arrives with a New Look, Improved Handling

The Toyota Prius has always stood for a particular kind of customer, suggest auto critic Tom Voelk in his review for The New York Times: environmentally conscious, not terribly concerned with style. More about substance. For 2017, Toyota has moved the Prius forward, albeit in an evolutionary manner. Click "play" in the video clip below to watch his full report.

The new model is more streamlined, with longer lines. jauntier hind quarter and distinctive new taillights. If Prius still doesn’t look like a traditional car, though, it drives more like one now. It’s quieter with reduced engine...

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Take a Tour of Toyota's California-Based Design Studios

The Toyota Camry was at the top of the American-Made Index, compiled by Cars.com, for the second year in a row in 2016. The best-selling sedan is assembled in Kentucky, and it is made with at least 75 percent domestically-sourced parts.

But not only are new Toyota vehicles manufactured in America -- many are designed here, too.

Calty Design Research, Inc. is a contracted portmanteau of "California" and "Toyota." It was first opened in 1973 in El Segundo as a beachhead into North American design by the Japanese auto company. In 1987, Calty rose to prominence for designing the Celica…

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Toyota and WWF Partner for Living Asian Forrest Project and Climate Change

WWF and Toyota Motor Corporation have entered into a five-year agreement aimed at accelerating the globe's transition to sustainability. Through this partnership, the organizations will work together to promote biodiversity conservation, raise environmental awareness and accelerate the move toward a "zero carbon" society.

Toyota is the first car company and the first Japanese company to sign a Global Corporate Partnership agreement with WWF. The agreement went into effect on July 1, 2016.

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Toyota Safety Package TSS-P Wins Top Technology Award

Advance safety features for the masses: it’s a bold promise, but beginning with the 2018 model year Toyota will make Toyota Safety Sense, a driver-assist technology designed to mitigate or help prevent collisions, standard on almost every Toyota trim level in the United States. That promise was recognized last Thursday when the most advanced version of Toyota Safety Sense—TSS-P—won the New England Motor Press Association (NEMPA) Yankee Cup Technology Award.


 
 
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