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Signs that indicate your Toyota car needs service

There is a reason why Toyota is the top car manufacturer in the world. Their cars don’t break easily and are easy to maintain. However, your Toyota car requires regular service and maintenance to maintain a high level of performance. Below are seven signs that indicate your Toyota car needs service: Warning lights on your…
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Unique & well-loved Lexus features

Lexus vehicles have some real groupies. When a driver tries and buys a beautiful Lexus, it doesn’t take long before he or she is praising some of the very unique features offered on these cars. Here are some fan favorites, as touted by many loyal Lexus drivers: – Push Button Start: Remote starting capability is…
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Helping your Toyota, Lexus or Scion grow old gracefully!

Just as it pays to have regular medical check-ups throughout your life, your car also appreciates such tender loving care. However, it’s not unknown for people to delay both types of ‘service’ for a variety of reasons! Problems that can affect a vehicle’s smooth running can be spotted at an early stage before any damage…
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Why isn’t your Lexus A/C cooling your car?

It is summertime, so it’s a must to have a cold blowing air conditioner. However, if you get in your car only to find it’s not blowing cold air and it’s 103 degrees outside, it could be something as simple as a recharge or low Freon levels. This can happen when you have a small…
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Cold Air from Your Toyota Car Heater? Here’s What’s Going On.

Temps are down, and you’re getting cold air from your Toyota car heater. If so, Toy Car Care in Centennial should be the first stop to see what may be causing the issue and get it fixed. We understand the fundamental workings of all makes of Toyota vehicles, and want to ensure you stay warm…
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Yes, You Can Skip the Toyota Dealer Service Center

At Toy Car Care, we believe that everyone is entitled to take their vehicles where they want for repair and maintenance. And yes, you can skip the Toyota dealer service center even if you purchased your car there. In fact, you can go to an independent service facility like ours, a retail chain shop, even handle…
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What To Expect From Your Nearest Toyota Service Center

Americans buy over 17 million cars each year. Finding the right vehicle will require a great deal of research. For years, Toyota has been one of the most trusted car manufacturers on the planet. If you decide to buy a Toyota vehicle, you need to focus on keeping it properly maintained. Failing to provide your…
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Coolest Camry Yet? The New Standout Features of the 2019 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry has been hailed for years as the world’s best-selling car. Attractive, efficient, and affordably priced, the Camry meets the needs of most car-buyers beautifully. The 2019 edition surpasses all expectations for a midsize car. With models like this, you won’t have to wander from one dealership to another, searching for the perfect…
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Everything You Need to Know About the 2019 Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla is a car with a long heritage. The first one rolled off the production line in 1966 and with 40 million vehicle sales, it’s arguably one of the most popular cars on the planet. So, the launch of a new model always raises huge excitement. Are you thinking about purchasing a brand…
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Your Guide to 100,000-Mile Toyota Camry Service

If you’re the owner of a Toyota Camry who intends to keep it for 100,000 miles or beyond, you surely know that shouldn’t be a problem: Toyota routinely makes the lists of the most reliable car brands. Even for owners of all other car brands, it isn’t unusual today for a vehicle to stay on…
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Questions to Ask Your Toyota Service Provider at 100K Miles

Watching your car’s odometer hit 100,000 miles used to be a big red flag. Back in the 1970s, experts considered that reaching the 100k mark was a sign of longevity. And, it usually meant that your car wasn’t long for this world. But today, thanks to a range of improvements in car design and maintenance,…
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