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The Toyota 86 is a Smart and Powerful Performer

The Toyota 86 is a sporty coupe that's available in cool exterior colors, such as Ablaze, Oceanic, and Raven. This compact and aerodynamic model comes with two seats for adventure-seeking occupants.

Unlike most engines in passenger vehicles, the Toyota 86 has an engine block with a boxer-style configuration. This compact powertrain optimizes horsepower and torque output at relatively low counts on the tachometer. A six-speed manual transmission smoothly sends torque to the rear differential axle. An electronically controlled automatic transmission system is also available...

 

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The Toyota RAV4: Dependability and Peace of Mind

The Toyota line has long been known as a dependable brand, and the Toyota RAV4 has been a popular crossover SUV for many years because of its dependability and smart design. But there's more to know about the Rav4 such as its many technology features that place it on the cutting edge of technological safety features.

Among the many new technologies that the Toyota RAV4 offers are the lane departure alert with steering assist and blind spot monitor systems. 

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The Toyota Tundra Sees What Drivers May Not

For those who value safety and reliability, the 2018 Toyota Tundra may be the ideal vehicle. It comes with a variety of safety features that come in handy when contending with poor road conditions. These features may also make it easier to avoid vehicles in a driver's blind spot or other unseen obstacles.

The blind spot monitor is located on the side mirrors and will light up when another vehicle nearby. This may prevent a driver from attempting to change lanes when it is not safe to do so. Rear traffic alerts can tell a driver if the path…

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Find Many Interior Features in the Dependable Toyota Camry

For decades, drivers have trusted the Toyota Camry. The well-known mid-size sedan gives car owners a dependable and comfortable car at a reasonable price. The reliability and wealth of interior features make us proud to offer the latest 2018 model to our local Cheboygan, MI drivers.

Inside the cabin of the 2018 Toyota Camry, you will find a range of useful features. We especially like the seven-inch driver's display. This standard feature naturally includes a speedometer and tachometer, but it also gives you crucial information like turn-by-turn directions, safety-related data...

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Horsepower in History and Today

When you're buying a new vehicle, you may not be thinking about an eighteenth-century engineer, but you are likely thinking of one of his inventions. James Watt, who was born in Scotland in 1736, had invented a new steam engine that he wanted to market to coal mine owners. The problem was that the mine owners were accustomed to using horses in the mine and were happy with their work. Other steam engines on the market had failed to perform as well as the horses, so the owners weren't excited about trying another steam engine.

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Why Keeping Salt and Sand This Winter Is a Good Idea

Winter is by far one of the harshest of the seasons, bringing the colder temperatures, long hours of darkness as well as ice and snow. One of the biggest problems we face every winter is the snow and ice, frequently forming impromptu ice arenas where our roads and driveways should be.

This ice is a serious hazard, and many people are injured each year, in fact, the CDC reports that each year approximately one million people in America are injured as a result of an ice-related falling injury. 17,000 of these result in a fatal injury. Two easy to…

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AWD vs. 4WD: Know the Best for you

Shopping for a brand-new vehicle can prove to be mind-boggling particularly when you are having an idea of stepping out of comfort zone and trying out a class of a truck different from what you owned before. Below are the guidelines our dealership recommends the clients to consider when choosing between a four-wheel drive (4WD) and all-wheel drive (AWD).

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Consider All of Your Vehicle's Systems When Servicing

We all know that we need to do an engine oil change on our vehicle every 3000-5000 miles. But what about the rest of the systems on your car, truck, or SUV?

It can be easy to overlook your radiator, brake fluid reservoir, power steering fluid, and transmission fluid when you are doing your oil change. But these are all critical systems in your vehicle and are just as important to maintain as your engine oil. While they may not all require a full replacement as often as your engine oil, they all do need to be kept at the…

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