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Lease Versus Buy – Which Is Better for Me?

If you are confused about whether to buy or lease your next car, you are not alone. Let’s look at a few differences.

Leasing results in generally lower monthly payments. Monthly payments against a loan are generally higher than leasing, but buying is less expensive overall if you are planning to keep the new car for several years. Ownership means that once the finance period ends, the car belongs to you. At the end of a lease period ends, the car goes back to the dealership. Ownership means that you can sell the car or trade it in whenever…

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Explore Cheboygan State Park and Environs from the Safety of a 2017 Toyota Camry LE

When it comes to rugged venues, Cheboygan's got stuff to do, to say the least. 1,250 acres of Cheboygan State Park are home to such curios as the Fourteen Foot Shoal Light, the remains of the 1859 Cheboygan Point Light, and if one looks hard, a distant view of Lake Huron's Poe Reef Light. And that's just the tip of an iceberg otherwise replete with options for biking, hiking, angling, boating, picnicking, camping, metal detecting and more. It's no wonder you'll need a safety-minded trekker like the 2017 Toyota Camry LE to get you…

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Meet the Camry Trim Level Family



In our most recent blog post, we were talking about our new vehicle inventory and how we listen to our customers’ needs and thus focus on keeping the models they want available in good varieties. Take our lineup of new Camry sedans, for instance. We have a diverse array of Camry models, but what most distinguishes them, aside from exterior paint color, of course, is their trim level. In all, there are 

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Get to Know our New Toyota Inventory in Cheboygan!



Fernelius Toyota is proud to have one of the most complete selections of Toyota models for sale in our new inventory in the greater Cheboygan area. However, there are certain models in our inventory upon which we place special emphasis. The reason for this added focus, which we display by increasing the number of models in stock for the particular vehicle, is that it’s our response to the wishes of drivers like you. 

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Half of the most inexpensive cars to maintain over 10 years are Toyotas #Winning

When you're in the market for a new car, it's important to think about costs beyond the initial price tag. Not only is an expensive luxury car more up front, maintenance costs are likely going to be higher. The great news for Toyota owners? Our preferred brand knows how to make reliable, long-lasting cars, and according to "Your Mechanic," Toyota is the lowest-cost-to-maintain brand.1 Here are the five Toyota models that made the list of top ten most inexpensive cars to maintain over 10 years, all of which can be found right here at Fernelius Toyota!

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Giant Panda De-Listed After 26 Years

 

This is the kind of news story 2016 needed. After being listed as Endangered by the IUCN since 1990, the Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) is finally on the road to recovery. Its population in the wild is increasing, thanks to significant efforts by the Chinese government to protect its habitat, and allow bamboo forests to re-grow in areas where habitat had been previously lost.

However, the IUCN...

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How the Prius Went From Zero to Hero in Child Seat Installation

If you have driven a Toyota Prius, and you have small children, you may have noticed it is impossible to install a child seat using the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) system. Or, more specifically, only possible after three cups of coffee, five threats to give up, four expletives you shouldn't have said in front of the kids, and several fistfuls of pulled hair.

Once you have installed your child...

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American Engineering is 1-Million Miles Reliable

Toyota is world-renowned for producing some of the longest-lasting and most dependable cars and trucks on the road. But is all of that because of the strength of Japanese engineering and design?

Victor Sheppard's 2007 Toyota Tundra has the answer for that.

The 2007 Tundra, and its midsize cousin, the Tacoma, were the first trucks to roll off the line at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc. in San Antonio. They were also designed at Calty Design Research

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