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Top Reasons to Buy a Toyota

Last updated 3 years ago

For many people, a new car is one of the most significant investments they will ever make—second only to the purchase of a house. When making such an investment, it is important to do a lot of research and reflection so that you can make the right choice. Often, after careful consideration, drivers choose to buy a Toyota. Here’s why:

Toyotas are Reliable
When you buy a Toyota, you are working with a brand with one of the greatest reputations for reliability. Toyota vehicles are easy to maintain and stay on the road for many years when taken care of. Many Toyotas that rolled off the lot 20 or more years ago are still on the road today!

Toyotas Support America’s Economy
Unlike some other foreign automakers, Toyota builds many of their vehicles in the Unites States. With several factories across the country, Toyota has created hundreds of thousands of jobs for Americans and pumped billions of dollars into the American economy. You may not have realized it before, but “buying American” does not have to mean limiting yourself to the Big Three brands.

Toyotas Hold Their Value
When making any large investment, you should evaluate the monetary returns you could get from it in the long run. For a car, this means looking into the resale value; how quickly will the car you are looking at depreciate and how easily will it sell when it is a few years old? Toyota vehicles are famous for maintaining a high resale value, as evidenced by their frequent appearance at the top of Kelley Blue Book resale value lists.

When you are ready to purchase your next vehicle, whether you are looking for a new sedan or a used pickup, come to Jerry’s Toyota in Baltimore. We have an extensive vehicle inventory, a full-service maintenance department, and excellent financing options. Call one of our friendly representatives at (888) 714-6153 to learn more.

 

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