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    All New Toyota of Greenfield Review - Thank You so Much!

    Last updated 5 years ago

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    • I was well attended to, and everyone was very friendly and helpful. I initially saw Carol Buker, but she was on vacation and Marty actually sold me the car. Both of them were great.

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      czevon

    "All this made for an enjoyable experience for us." Read Our Review to Find Out What we Did!

    Last updated 5 years ago

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    • We bought our last new car (Highlander) from Greenfield Toyota.
      When it became time to trade we sought out Carol Buker, a long time friend whom we had dealt with many times before.
      She was patient and answered all our questions and when we made our decision all the paper work was done, with no delays.
      There is no doubt she... More

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    Advantages of Returning to the Dealership for All Your Toyota's Service Needs

    Last updated 5 years ago

    If you take good care of your Toyota over the years, you can be sure that it will last for many years and miles without needing any major repairs. To find out why it’s crucial for your Toyota to be serviced exclusively at the Toyota dealership, and how it can save you money in the long run, continue reading.

    Factory-Trained Mechanics

    The most important thing about taking your Toyota to the dealership for maintenance is the quality of service. Your car will be serviced by mechanics that went through Toyota’s training program, ensuring that they have a thorough knowledge of how a Toyota works and the best methods of servicing a Toyota. Furthermore, Toyota mechanics must regularly update themselves on the latest methods of service as they are made available from the Toyota factory. If you want your Toyota to last for the long run, servicing it at a dealership rather than at an independent shop is the best choice.

    Genuine Toyota Parts

    Independent shops are notorious for using aftermarket parts in order to save money. In a 2010 Consumer Reports study, experts found that aftermarket parts can pose a serious threat to your safety. Instead of putting these shoddy parts in your Toyota, service your car at the dealership, where mechanics will exclusively use genuine Toyota parts. Genuine parts are designed, tested, and warranted by Toyota for use in your specific vehicle, which makes them much safer and more dependable than aftermarket parts.

    Warranty Repairs

    The Toyota dealership is intimately familiar with the sorts of problems that are covered under warranty. If your vehicle breaks down, and it’s under warranty, there’s a decent chance that you can get the car repaired free of charge at the dealership. The same cannot be said of an independent shop.

    If you’re looking for high-quality Toyota service, come to Toyota of Greenfield. Visit our website to learn more about our top-notch service center, and give us a call at (888) 923-8230 if you have any questions or if you would like to make an appointment with us.

    The 2012 Toyota Tundra: Perfect for Work and Play

    Last updated 5 years ago

    Have you ever been disappointed with a pickup truck’s inability to keep you comfortable? If so, and if your ideal pickup truck consists of a balance between capability and coziness, the 2012 Toyota Tundra should be the first truck on your list. Keep reading to find out why the new Toyota Tundra is ideal for both work and play.

    Burly Engines, Solid Transmissions

    It’s hard to complain in the 2012 Toyota Tundra when you have a choice between three engines and two transmissions that combine to form one of the most solid powertrains of any truck on the market. The first option is a five-speed automatic that’s bolted to a 4.0-liter V6 that churns out 270 horsepower. Upgrade to a 4.6L V8 and you’ll get 310 horsepower, 327 lb-ft of torque, in addition to a six-speed automatic transmission. If that’s not enough, the top-of-the-line engine is a 381-horsepower, 401-lb-ft 5.7L V8. This last engine combines the best of both work and play by providing astounding seven-second 0-60mph times and a maximum towing rating of 10,400 pounds with a 2,000 pound payload capacity.

    Roomy Double Cab and CrewMax Models

    With front-hinged rear doors, the extended four-door Double Cab Toyota Tundra can seat adults in the backseat much easier than a Ford or GM, both of which come with a cumbersome rear-hinged door design. The roomy, six-passenger four-door CrewMax comes with a massive backseat with a wealth of legroom and comfortable reclining seats. And with its folding rear seats, both the Double Cab and CrewMax models will offer your family gobs of room for items that you don’t want to put in the bed of the truck.

    Plush Interior

    For comfort that you will really appreciate on those weekend trips and jaunts across town, there’s hardly a better choice than a 2012 Toyota Tundra. Aside from being spacious, the Tundra can be equipped with a plethora of luxury features like perforated leather seats that are heated and ventilated in the front.

    Take a test drive in a brand-new Toyota Tundra at Toyota of Greenfield and find out why it’s one of the most-loved full-size pickups on the market. To see our inventory of new and used Toyotas, visit our website. And for more information, give us a call at (888) 923-8230.

    "Really made finalizing a purchase easy and enjoyable."

    Last updated 5 years ago

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    • arty's efficiency in helping us find a car we liked, explaining all of our various options regarding financing and payment options, preparing paperwork, and so on, really made finalizing a purchase easy and enjoyable.

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      Jeff Hendricks

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