Why Buy A Toyota
Why Buy A Toyota?
If you are thinking about buying a Toyota then be sure to read why that would be a good decision. There are plenty of reasons to buy a Toyota. Some are safety, resale value, durability, the warranty that comes with every new Toyota and many more. But the bottom line is that you can not go wrong when buying a Toyota. Toyota Pasadena can help you find the exact Toyota that you are looking for and at a competitive price.
Why were 12 Toyota vehicles named “Top Safety Picks” by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in 2015? Because we design them with the knowledge that safety is more than features – it’s the lives of the people who drive our cars. For us, the journey towards a safe road never ends. This belief, along with our collaborative research efforts, drives us to create advancements and innovations in safety that have helped (and continue to help) prevent crashes and protect people.
Every Toyota vehicle is supported by a 36-month/36,000-mile limited warranty coverage. But it doesn’t stop there.
Basic Coverage – 36 months/36,000 miles (all components other than normal wear and maintenance items).
Powertrain Coverage – 60 months/60,000 miles (engine, transmission/transaxle, front-wheel-drive system, rear-wheel drive, seatbelts and airbags).
Rust-Through Coverage – 60 months/unlimited miles (corrosion perforation of sheet metal).
Emissions Coverage – Coverages vary under Federal and California regulations. Refer to applicable Warranty & Maintenance Guide for details.
From the early stages of the design process up until our cars roll off the assembly line, quality is key at Toyota. You can see it in the materials, the fit and finish, and the innovative new technology that we put into each of our vehicles. Continuous improvement, and it’s a philosophy that we stand by. At our factories, the production line is seen as a progression of customers, not employees – and each team member is responsible for passing along a perfect part or assembly to the next. Every team member has the authority and the responsibility to stop the line if a component or assembly doesn’t meet our quality standards.