Town and Country Toyota Blog

The Value of Parts from Town and Country Toyota

Toyota owners may opt to purchase aftermarket parts for the repair and maintenance needs. You may do this out of the belief that aftermarket parts are just as good as OEM parts. This couldn't be further from the truth. Although aftermarket parts tend to be a little cheaper, they often lose in the quality department. Choosing Toyota-approved parts can, in most situations, be the safest and smartest bet.

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Find Out What the Customer Experience is Like at Town and Country Toyota

Most shoppers look for a smooth, easy experience when shopping for a new car. Here at Town and Country Toyota, we put time and effort into providing that experience for all customers.

Recently, Charlotta Agenda writer Ted Williams came down to our dealership to put our customer experience to the test. His recap article made note of how quickly our staff helped him find the right car, work through the finances, and complete the purchase…

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Toyota Financial Services Can Help You with Your Lost or Damaged Keys

As a new Toyota owner, you likely have a set of advanced keys to go with your model. While these keys offer convenience thanks to the sophisticated technologies integrated inside, replacing them can be costly as a result. Fortunately, Toyota Financial Service understands and is offering a Key Replacement Protection as of this August.

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Toyota Gets New North American Headquarters

Toyota Motor North America, Inc. has a new North American headquarters. The car company celebrated the official opening of its new building with a gala in Plano, Texas, where the new digs are located. According to a press release, it was attended by hundreds of partners, dignitaries and community leaders.

CEO of Toyota in North America, Jim Lentz, said he hopes the new campus will inspire greater collaboration, faster decision making, and innovation.

The opening of the new spot goes hand in hand with Toyota's plan to...

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The 2018 Toyota Camry on Track to be Best One Yet

It's almost here. Toyota Kentucky has launched the production of the 2018 Camry, one of the most exciting versions of the car yet. According to a press release from Toyota, the new Camry will boast an "exhilarating design," more horsepower, improved fuel economy and new technology.

Toyota says the new sedan will be a power player and set the benchmark in the mid-size sedan class. It also has bragging rights as the first car in North America manufactured with Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA). This means the 2018 Camry will feature...

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Toyota is Promoting the Inaugural C-HR in an Uncanny New Way

Toyota wants to make an impression for its first-ever marketing campaign for the brand new subcompact SUV crossover, the C-HR.

The "A New Story Begins" program takes a different approach compared to previous campaigns from the automotive brand. It turns up the fun and combines classic stories of mischief from fairy tales such as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood (Lil Red), Gingerbread Man (G-Man), Rapunzel and Truel.

You can already catch the commercials on TV, and videos featuring YouTube star, Bad Lip Reader, are available on...

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Toyota Praised Again for Impact in Latino Community

Toyota has been praised for the fifth year in-a-row by LATINO Magazine as a continuing advocate of support for the Latino community. The award focused on philanthropy, diversity in the workforce, minority business growth and governance.

“We are honored to be recognized for our commitment to the Latino community, from efforts to empower team members to initiatives to help drive our communities forward,” said Adrienne Trimble, general manager of Diversity & Inclusion for Toyota. “Hispanic-owned enterprises are some of our key business partners. We’ve done more than...
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Acquaint Yourself with the Amazing 2017 Toyota Avalon

Has the search for your next vehicular purchase led you to the full-size sedan class? Well, if so, we here at Town and Country Toyota have a sneaking suspicion you might like to meet ours, the 2017 Avalon.

And why is it we feel like we do?

Receive the necessary context from the industry experts at Edmunds; their critique of the Avalon can be found in the clip below:

A shining example of Toyota's mechanical mastery, the Avalon's 3.5-liter V6 engine is downright divine.

Tied to a six-speed automatic transmission, the V6 makes a muscly 268 horsepower…

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