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2017 Toyota Prius Prime Electric/Hybrid Best Buy Award

Toyota’s All-New Prius Prime Model Lauded by Kelley Blue Book

2017 Toyota Prius Prime Electric/Hybrid Best Buy Award

From the beginning, Toyota has worked hard to offer the most efficient vehicles with the best quality and pricing. Their efforts have paid off, as they have won numerous awards over the years—both big and small. One of the latest awards that the Japanese automaker has received pertains to its brand new Prius Prime model. Read the rest of this entry >>

are toyota vehicles good family cars

Toyota Once Again Shines in Providing Solid Family Cars

Are Toyota Vehicles Good Family Cars?

Since such a huge portion of the people who buy vehicles—be it parents or grandparents—will need to drive children, a vehicles ability to be family-centric is important. Some people might dismiss family vehicles as less exiting than coupes and convertibles; and that’s probably fair. However, for anyone who needs their car to be capable of driving a full house, a family vehicle is the only way to go. So, are Toyota vehicles good family cars? Read the rest of this entry >>

How Well Do Toyota Vehicles Retain Their Value

Toyota Is a Leader When It Comes to Retaining Value

How Well Do Toyota Vehicles Retain Their Value?

One of the most important things to consider before buying a new vehicle is how well it will retain its value. Maybe if you have unlimited funds this won’t matter to you. However, for the vast majority of people, buying a vehicle qualifies as an investment. A vehicle that loses its value at a more rapid rate is a less frugal investment. It’s no coincidence that most luxury brands don’t retain their value particularly well, as their flashiness is constantly being outdated by newer models. For anyone who wants a car that will retain its value, a Toyota is a great option. Read the rest of this entry >>

cars.com most american made car 2015 Toyota Camry

Toyota tops the list as the Most American Made Car

Toyota beats Ford and other competitors as the most American made car

Cars.com has recently named two Toyota vehicles as the top two in their Most American Made Car list.  Claiming the top two seats are the Toyota Camry and the Toyota Sienna, respectively. This is the first time that Toyota has made it into the Cars.com Most American Made index in three years. It’s also the fifth time overall that the Camry has claimed the number one spot. Read the rest of this entry >>

2015 Toyota Avalon

Edmunds.com Best Retained Value Awards names Toyota for Top Non-Luxury Brand

While we here at Dan Cava Toyota are familiar with the high quality of Toyota vehicles, there are still some out there that don’t know about Toyota’s dedication to producing quality cars. Toyota vehicles are known for being durable, reliable and of high quality, so it’s no wonder they are recognized for this within the automotive industry. Their most recent recognition came late last week when they were awarded by the Edmunds.com Best Retained Value Awards for being the Top Non-Luxury Brand with cars that best retain their value. Read the rest of this entry >>

2015 Toyota Sienna wins award for Best 3-Row Family Vehicle

2015 Toyota Sienna wins award for Best 3-Row Family Vehicle

With all of the great features included in the 2015 Toyota Sienna, it’s definitely a favorite among families. It comes with a stylish look which parents love and a comfortable interior and plenty of safety features. The kids don’t get the short end of the stick, either. They enjoy the whole ride thanks to the built in 16.4-inch widescreen entertainment center. All of this praise has paid off since the Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association has named the Sienna Nest 3-Row Family Vehicle. Read the rest of this entry >>

2015 Toyota Sienna Most Dependable

Technology Drives Toyota Model Dependability Ranking

According to the J.D. Power 2015 Vehicle Dependability Study, Toyota leads the competition with seven best in segment honors.

We learned a few pretty incredible facts after the results of the recent J.D. Power 2015 Vehicle Dependability Study, now in its 26th year. First, we learned that vehicle dependability is now largely based on problems with in-vehicle technology, specifically voice-activated features and Bluetooth connectivity. Second, we learned that almost 60% of vehicle owners who do not experience any problems with their vehicle will most likely purchase the same brand again. And thirdly, 15% of new vehicle buyers avoid a model because it lacks the latest technological features. That’s four times as many people as last year. In a day and age when auto manufacturers have managed to perfect so many parts of the automobile, it’s technology that is making or breaking them. Thankfully, the recent study proved what we already knew with Toyota receiving seven best in segment awards. Ultimately, Technology Drives Toyota Model Dependability Ranking.

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