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2018 Toyota Camry Engages With Efficient Zest

If you haven’t heard by now, the 2018 Toyota Camry that will arrive this autumn is an all-new beast. A completely clean-sheet design, it’s goal is to be a more stylish and engaging without leaving any of the midsize sedan boxes unchecked. Today, reviews began trickling in, and it would seem that the new Camry is a home run.

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All-New 2018 Toyota C-HR Shakes Up the Crossover Segment with Avant-Garde Design


Creating something new and exciting means taking risks. It means accepting that not everyone will appreciate what you've created. That's the burden of an artist, and it's the philosophy of Chief Designer of the 2018 Toyota C-HR, Ian Cartabiano.

While other automotive designers may be content making the "hotel wall art" of the car world, Cartabiano would prefer to make a statement—to revolutionize the way we see our vehicles. And, he says, many modern car shoppers feels the same way:

"It's actually a really great time for automotive designers to push the boundaries of expressiveness…
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Staying Safe While Driving Any Car with These Helpful Tips

Whether you have a rental car or you're driving your own car, there are some tried and true safety tips you should always remember. These are just some of the basic things you should keep in mind.

Stay Alert or Pull Over

It is important that you are alert while driving. If you get tired, or you find yourself bored or sleepy, pull over. Exit the highway, and find a place to park for a short nap. Just a little nap can help you avoid drowsy driving, which can cause serious problems...

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The Importance of Checking Tire Tread

The tires on your car are supposed to maintain good traction on the road. Eventually, the tread patterns wear out and the tires are no longer capable of gripping the pavement. Worn-out tires skid rather than roll whenever you apply the brake pedal. The stopping distance for such tires becomes significantly long even on a dry surface. According to standard guidelines that are recommended by automotive experts in North America, the minimum tire tread should be 2/32 of an inch. However, it's highly recommended that you replace your vehicle's tires when the measurement reaches 4/32 of…
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Should You Buy or Lease a Car?

Many people have the preconceived notion that it is better to buy a car then to lease it due to the equity that you build in the car when you buy it. Once the payments to repay the car's purchase price are completed, there are no additional payments to own the car. Over time, buying a car may be a cheaper option.

Though there is some truth to this, there are many benefits of leasing cars as well. A person who leases a car will be able to drive a newer car more frequently and this provides for a…
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The Toyota Highlander is a 2017 IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus

When safety is your top priority, there's only one SUV you should consider: the 2017 Toyota Highlander. The Highlander has been named an IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus, which is the highest safety rating available.

What makes the Highlander even more impressive to Sunnyvale drivers is that it met the highest criteria using only standard equipment, while other top safety picks required optional equipment.

The Highlander is packed with active safety features in Toyota Safety Sense P technology. It can warn you if you start to drift out of your lane, or if a pedestrian is detected in the…

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AutoGuide.com States Case for Striking 2017 Toyota Corolla

Seeking a compact sedan for your next daily driver? Well, if so, we here at Toyota Sunnyvale think you might like to consider ours, the 2017 Corolla.

And why is that?

It is at this point we'd like to pass the baton to AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai. Check the clip below to hear her evaluation of the Corolla:

A pair of four-cylinder engines comprise the Corolla catalog. The first, a 1.8-liter four-cylinder that's rated at 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque, is served up standard on every trim save the LE Eco.

The four-banger…

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