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Toyota just redefined the phrase “ready for anything” with the debut of the 2016 Tacoma at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. The Tacoma has laid claim to the title of best-selling mid-size pickup in America for ten years running, with a hard-earned reputation for conquering any terrain its grisly tires may face – on or off road. And it’s getting even better.
Toyota of Greenville is supporting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Million Hearts in their national effort to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes in the U.S. by 2017.
It’s easy to “see” why a working set of vehicle lights is essential to a safe driving experience. While it’s also easy to tell if your headlights have burnt out, your turn signals and tail-lamps may escape notice—which means trouble for anyone driving behind you. The dangers of burnt-out vehicle lights increase whenever visibility decreases, such as at night or during wet or stormy weather.
The midsize crossover segment is more crowded than Times Square on New Year’s Eve, but that doesn’t mean the 2015 Toyota Highlander has trouble standing out amongst a crowd. No, with the Toyota badge sat atop its handsome face, the Highlander continues its legacy as one of the most complete crossover SUVs around, providing drivers a unique blend of power, good fuel economy, and family-friendly features.
Are you one of the many drivers who never thinks about tires until they go flat? By taking simple action, you can extend the life of your tires and determine when you need to buy new ones. This helps you avoid the danger and inconvenience of flat...
Sure, mac n’ cheese never gets old, but here at Toyota of Greenville we know a body can get a little tired of all those rich, heavy comfort foods in the winter. That’s why this month we are offering up this light, delicious recipe from Kimberly’s Cookhouse—the “Tipsy Pear Salad.”
Winter driving technology has come a long way beyond heated seats and power steering wheels. Check out these features that make driving in winter weather safer and less of a hardship.