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Find the Perfect Car in 2021

Find the Perfect Car for 2021  

For car shoppers, the new year is a perfect time to consider a new car. At the start of the new year, you'll be able to get the freshest selection from your favorite automakers. In 2021, we encourage you to check out the selection of Toyota vehicles available for your next car. Many fine Toyota models choose from that cater to many consumer needs, demands, and lifestyles. When you contact our dealership, we can elaborate more on the Toyota models and trim levels that may be the best fit for…

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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

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Keep Your Car Dependable in Texas All Year

Do you seek to keep your auto in a dependable, smoothly performing condition? Car and truck owners in San Antonio sometimes face challenges due to the weather. By paying close attention to essential maintenance, you'll reduce the chance of encountering problems along the road. Visit your local North Park Toyota Service Center soon to obtain these important auto maintenance services:

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How to Use the Destination Assist Feature

It can be overwhelming to learn how to use all of the different features that come as part of your vehicle. When you purchase a Toyota, you're making a very wise investment. This is likely going to be a vehicle that you're going to own for a long time. Toyota is very dedicated to making sure that consumers have all the best features included in their new vehicles. The Destination Assist technology feature is a very convenient way to use your navigation system. It also provides you with added safety while you're driving on the road. 

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How to Use the Toyota Electronic Parking Brake & Brake Hold?

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How to Use the Toyota Electronic Parking Brake and Brake Hold

Toyota is constantly improving its vehicle lineup to make driving safer. Beginning with the 2018 model year, the manufacturer included an electronic parking brake (EPB) system on the C-HR and Camry, XSE, XLE and hybrid models. This new system works differently than traditional parking brakes, which used a lever or foot pedal to secure the vehicle. Here's how this new technology works.

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