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Thank You Monica! Another Happy Toyota of Manhattan Customer

February 23, 2012 Leave a comment

Happy Toyota of Manhattan Customer Monica! Congratulations Monica on your new Scion tC Release Series 7.0! Thank you for choosing Toyota/Scion of Manhattan!

Happy Toyota/Scion Customer Monica

 

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Business Solutions: Vehicle Financing for Your Business

January 31, 2012 Leave a comment

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Through Toyota Financial Services: Business Solutions, we at Toyota of Manhattan can help you in many ways.

Toyota of Manhattan will help you save time by: obtaining both vehicles and financing from one place, streamlining the acquisition of future vehicles with a pre-qualified Vehicle Credit Line and by using one Master Agreement to buy or lease multiple vehicles. We will assist you in managing costs by consolidating multiple billing statements into one monthly statement, manage regular maintenance costs with a prepaid maintenance plan and help you select a finance or lease plan that best fits your budget and usage needs. Plan for the future by avoiding the rising cost of covered repairs with a TFS Vehicle Service Agreement.

How does that sound to you?! Visit our website for more information: toyotaofmanhattan.com/Business-Solutions or give us call today!

Get that “New Car Smell” with a Certified Toyota

January 20, 2012 Leave a comment

Toyota Certified Used Vehicles LogoAt Toyota of Manhattan, we are committed to putting the highest quality certified vehicles on the road, so only the best vehicles are chosen to be a Toyota Certified vehicle. Each certified used vehicle must meet or exceed an intensive 160-point Quality Assurance inspection & reconditioning process; which includes mechanical, detailing, and appearance standards. Each Toyota Certified Used Vehicle is reconditioned to Toyota’s exacting standards by Toyota factory-trained technicians & backed by an extensive used car warranty. The Toyota Certified Used Vehicle Warranty coverage is an extension of the vehicle’s original factory warranty and helps protect you against mechanical failures and breakdowns. Our goal is to ensure that every TCUV has that like-new look and feel that you would expect in a certified used vehicle. That means you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with owning a Toyota Certified Used Vehicle.

The best new cars make the best used cars.

It stands to reason that the better a product is made the longer it will last, which makes getting a high-quality, low mileage Toyota at a great price a very savvy move.

Toyota’s timeless commitment to quality, innovation and durability is the foundation upon which the Toyota Certified Used Vehicles (TCUV) program launched in 1996. With each passing year the TCUV program has gained momentum – totaling over three million sales and counting.

Certification

Our certification process keeps you in mind every step of the way. The TCUV standards apply from the time a Toyota dealer acquires the vehicle through to the final sale. Each candidate for certification can be a current model year vehicle, up to and including six year old models, with 85,000 miles or less on the odometer. Prior to the rigorous 160-point inspection every certified Toyota goes through, a CARFAX vehicle history report is reviewed to ensure that only the best of the best vehicles receive the Toyota Certified Seal of approval.

Now how’s that for peace of mind?

The Toyota Certified Used Vehicles Advantage

  • 12-month/12,000-mile Comprehensive Warranty1
  • 7-year/100,000-mile Limited Powertrain Warranty2
  • 1-year of Roadside Assistance3
  • 160-Point Quality Assurance Inspection
  • CARFAX® Vehicle History Report™4
  • Certified customers are eligible for standard new car financing rates5

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Top 10 Auto Maintenance Mistakes

January 19, 2012 1 comment

Regular maintenance is essential for your vehicle to keep it running smoothly, and to keep expensive repairs down the road to a minimum. These are the top 10 auto maintenance mistakes made. How many are you guilty of?!
Maintenance

  1. Low Tire Pressure
  2. Not Checking the Oil
  3. Neglecting Oil and Filter Changes
  4. Delaying Brake Pad Replacement
  5. Wrong Tires For The Season
  6. Burned Out Bulbs
  7. Overloaded Cars and Trucks
  8. Worn Out Wiper Blades
  9. Cracked Windshields
  10. Using The Wrong Octane Fuel

Do You Know What This Symbol Means?

January 19, 2012 1 comment

low tire pressureDo you know what this symbol means? It has been on some automobiles’ instruments panels in the past, but since 2008, it has become a required standard on all models. This symbol has been described as a “U-shaped pictograph with treads and an exclamation point in the middle”.

Well if you guessed a low tire-pressure warning, you guessed right. If not, you are lucky you are reading this article. It is the new international symbol for low tire pressure. The warning for the TPMS lights up when one or more of your vehicle’s tires is 25% below the manufacturer’s recommended pressure. It is to my understanding that at least half of the drivers out there, do not know what this symbol means. It’s ok, if you do not or did not know what this symbol meant prior to reading this. Although the symbol is meant to be a universal warning symbol understandable by a wide variety of cultures and languages, there seems to be an issue with a lack of proper education for the general public. We are guessing that if you haven’t read your owner’s manual or aren’t a “symbologist”, you more than likely had no clue what this symbol meant. I sure had no idea until it was brought to my attention about a year ago. If this is the case, I am glad that our readers will now know and hopefully will be able to pass this information on to your friends and family!

Properly inflated tires are vitally important to your safety. Low pressure will affect your braking, acceleration, stability, cornering and fuel economy. The government instituted the TPMS mandate after the Bridgestone/Firestone tire failures on the Ford Explorer in 2000, a controversy that was partly attributed to inadequately inflated tires.

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