Here are the top three safety features for your teen:
Electronic stability control. This feature uses braking and engine power to bring a car back under control. It’s particularly important for teens, because they tend to overcorrect when they start to lose control of their vehicles, which often happens when they’re driving too fast. Automakers were required to start installing stability control on cars with the 2009 model year, and all 2012 models had to have the feature. It was already quite common by the time the government required it. Even some 10-year-old used luxury cars have stability control.
Side air bags. Teens are among the most likely to get themselves involved in what’s known as a single-vehicle, run-off-the-road crash. These aren’t the most common crashes, but they are among the deadliest, because they often lead to rollovers. Side-impact air bags are a must, but side-curtain bags are, too, as they help protect the head if the car flips over.
Front-collision warning or mitigation. Frontal collisions may not be the most deadly, but they are a type that teens are likely to get into. This feature uses sensors to detect other vehicles a driver may not see, then warns — and in some cars, brakes — when a crash is imminent. Volvo, for example, offered this feature in 2010 on its XC60, then put it on most of its 2011 models.
The 2013 RAV4 captures the spirit of freedom that began with the original RAV4, yet breaks new ground in refinement, practicality and technology. With expressive styling and a roomy, comfortable interior, RAV4 is decidedly refined—but with agile handling and all-weather capability, it’s still ready for adventure whenever you are.
Dual Zone Climate Control
Reclining Rear Seat
Smart Key System
Steering Wheel Controls
Adjustable power liftgate
No free hands? No problem. RAV4 Limited comes standard with a power rear liftgate featuring jam protection, plus a handy height-adjustment feature. Simply raise the liftgate to your ideal height, then press and hold the cargo door button for two seconds until a confirmation beep sounds. Now, whether you open the liftgate via release or key fob, it will open to the desired height every time.
Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
When BSM 18 detects a vehicle, it warns you with a flashing indicator light on the appropriate outside mirror. RCTA 19 works in much the same way. When you slowly back out of a driveway or parking spot, it provides audible and visual indicators to warn you of approaching vehicles.
With a pre-qualified Vehicle Credit Line, you can streamline the acquisition of future vehicles
Use one Master Agreement to buy or lease multiple vehicles
Consolidate your billing statements into one monthly statement
With a prepaid maintenance plan you can manage regular maintenance costs
Choose a finance or lease plan that best fits your budget and usage needs
Plan for the Future
Avoid the high costs of covered repairs with a TFS Vehicle Service Agreement
Finance and Lease Options For Toyota and Scion Vehicles
Retail Finance Plan
Benefits of Full Ownership include:
Flexible APRs and terms up to 84 months available
Seasonal payment plan (not available in all states)
No mileage and wear and use restrictions apply
Balloon financing available in limited states
Closed End Lease Plan: Drive your vehicle without the full cost of ownership
Standard closed end lease with flexible terms up to 60 months
Responsible for any excess mileage and excess wear and use charges. If terminated early, other charges will apply
At lease termination, you can return the vehicle or purchase it at the residual value
Open End Lease Plan: Operate your vehicle without paying excessive mileage or usage charges
Commercial open end lease with a Terminal Rental Adjustment Clause (TRAC)
The projected end-of-term value of the vehicle (TRAC value) is set at lease inception based on anticipated usage of the vehicle
Flexible terms up to 60 months
Vehicles can be customized with specialty equipment and paint
Zero mileage and wear and use restrictions apply. If you terminate early, other charges will apply
At lease end, purchase the vehicle at the agreed upon TRAC value, or instruct TFS to sell the vehicle. You are responsible for the difference between the net sale amount and the TRAC value
Vehicle Protection Products Prepaid Maintenance Program
A convenient way to help maintain your vehicle and manage your monthly maintenance costs
Guaranteed Auto Protection
Should your vehicle ever be declared a total loss due to theft, accident, fire or flood, you can rest assured that your business will be protected from these unexpected costs.
Vehicle Service Agreement
TFS Vehicle Service Agreements can assist in shielding you from the cost of unforeseen covered repairs beyond your vehicle’s basic warranty period
Toyota Place in Orange County will require a completed credit application and other documentation for verification and financial review purposes for both the business and owners/guarantors, as applicable. Some applications may require further consideration and additional information may be required.
Should You Lease or Buy?
You don’t have to decide on buying or leasing until you’ve compared all the facts. Consider the suggestions below, consult with members of our sales or Finance staff and determine which is right for you. In the end, there’s no right or wrong answer, but there are some significant differences between purchasing and leasing. With a Lease, You Can Usually…
Drive a new car without a big down payment.
Get a bigger, better-equipped car than you could afford to purchase.
Enjoy a new car every few years.
Pay for only the portion of the car’s life that you use.
Receive tax benefits if used for business (depending on the lease, and state and tax laws).
Invest any savings in appreciating assets (such as stocks, bonds, etc.).
Spread applicable sales tax across monthly payments (varies by state).
Enjoy the options to buy, lease another vehicle, or explore other choices at lease end, all without having to haggle over the value of trading it in. (Note: There may be end-of-lease costs for excess mileage, wear-and-use, and early termination see our Toyota Financing section for details on Toyota leasing.)
With a Purchase, You Can Typically…
Drive as many miles as you want. (Some leases limit you to 10,000-15,000 miles per year not enough if your daily commute is more than 20 miles each way though you can buy additional miles at a discount in advance.)
Travel with messy kids, pets, over gravel roads, and drive into ding and dent-prone parking lots without worrying about wear and use charges.
Carry lower limits for auto insurance. See your insurer for actual quotes. (Note: While purchased vehicles typically carry lower insurance limits, some lenders automatically include “Gap protection” for leased vehicles.)
Sell, trade, or transfer title whenever you want (subject to loan requirements).
Paying Cash vs. Financing
Some very attractive financing offers are available from time to time. You may want to consider the value of money in the bank (or investments) versus paying for a vehicle in full.
Here is a link to Youtube video which explain how Toyota can help you understand the car purchase or leasing questions you may have. Buy vs. Lease
1993 Toyota 4Runner takes trucks to the Next Level with V6 engine and excellent towing capacity.
A sixth generation of the truck was introduced in 1988, optionally available with a new V6 engine. Equipped with the V6, the truck was capable of towing 3500 pounds, and was still able to return excellent gas mileage.
From 1988 until 1994, there were very few changes to the truck. Styling was updated regularly and luxury soon became part of the truck equation. Trucks could now be equipped with an Xtracab, sport seats, air-conditioning – even a CD player. The pickup truck was as strong, rugged and versatile as ever, but provided the owner with everything that a luxury car could.
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