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When hard work and dedication pays off, it can sometimes earn you a free 2016 Toyota Tundra.
Toyota will tear the truck down entirely and look at how various components have held up over time.
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Don't forget we're doing Cosco memberships this weekend! Get in here and get yours!
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Check out Toyota's experiment that could lead your car to being a whole lot more connected.
The mission is to gather data to make autonomous driving a reality.
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Fascinating design by Toyota. Read up on it, it's worth it!
Debuting in April at Milan Design Week, the Toyota Setsuna concept is a wooden masterpiece that combines this timeless material with a 100-year chronograph. Made to embody the family affection that is often imbued in our cars, the Setsuna is meant to be passed along as an heirloom.
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Would you drive a car made from wood? #YesOrNo
The Ise Grand Shrine, dedicated to the sun goddess Amaterasu, is the holiest shrine of the Shinto religion. Every 20 years, craftsmen tear it down and build it new, all from wood, without a single nail. Now Toyota is applying the same idea and construction techniques in a concept car.
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313 SE 13th St Ontario, OR 97914
313 Southeast 13th StreetUSOregonOntario97914
(541) 889-3151hometowntoyota.com
Toyota Dealer, Auto Body Parts SupplierToday 8:30AM–7PM
Saturday 8:30AM–7PMSunday 10AM–5PMMonday 8:30AM–7PMTuesday 8:30AM–7PMWednesday 8:30AM–7PMThursday 8:30AM–7PMFriday 8:30AM–7PM
We work hard to get you into the vehicle you have always wanted. That new Toyota and Scion is waiting for you, and we work with a vast array of lending sources to make sure you will get the most complete and comprehensive financial package available.
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"We bought a used Ford Focus with about 60K miles on it."
"Its not a typical "car buying experience", it's much more pleasant."
"I came into Steve's Hometown today to get my Corolla serviced."
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We were hesitant to go to this dealership based on reviews but thought we would at least see the vehicle we were interested in. My wife called them to check on a Pilot with 20,000 miles to see if they knew if any pets had been in it. They assured her that there had not and went on to explain how the vehicle was in excellent condition with very low miles. To their credit they did tell us there were two previous owners which we already knew based on the CarFax. We made the drive out there from the treasure valley only to find a vehicle completely misrepresented by their sales team. Walking up to the car we noticed a half eaten hot dog bun wedged between the windshield and the hood. Opening the door we were stuck by a strong smell and immediately could see that the car was caked in dirt and dust... and PET HAIR throughout. It was clear that nobody had even taken the time to detail this vehicle with a piece of trash, food stains, and dirt throughout. As if all this wasn't enough upon inspecting the outside of the vehicle it had thousands of dollars in damage (front drivers side fender sticking out b/c it was cracked down the inside, front drivers side door creaked from bent panels or possibly worse, numerous spots of missing paint with rust in front and back, back hatch had numerous dings scratches and poorly painted over damage, back hatch hinge cover was cracked, tires had cracks running along the outside of them, caked on dirt throughout undercarriage, the list goes on and on). Honestly it was so over the top that my wife and I couldn't help but laugh about it in part not to get upset. In our 25 minutes at the car nobody ever came out which was both nice and frustrating. At a certain point I would at least like someone to ask if we need any help even if they don't stick around. Needless to say I went to talk to a manager about their dishonesty and complete disregard for my families time. At one point he asked if we were even talking about the same vehicle and I assured him we were telling him to take a look, it's the one with a half eaten hot dog bun wedged in the hood. Oh and their price... $5000 over Blue Book. My advice... believe what you read here and stay away. UPDATE: One week later... they raised the price by $1500 to $36374.00 Something is definitely wrong here!
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Sean Kretovics
10 months ago
Everyone was very friendly. Great service and great prices on cars. Everyone is willing to help you, and they don't push you and make you feel uncomfortable. Its not a typical "car buying experience", it's much more pleasant. Ive purchased two cars from them and they were both great deals, and came with excellent service. I recommend them for sure. They should be your first and only stop in Ontario.
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Greg Cremer
a year ago
My new vehicle purchase was a great experience. The staff was very professional, there terms were presented in a very straightforward, easy to understand, no-nonsense fashion, all in black and white, no hidden anything. I really appreciated that. They took my trade sight-unseen, gave me absolutely top-dollar for it, and even delivered my new vehicle, and picked up my trade. I live about 2 hours round trip from the dealership, so this was no small thing. And another thing, when was the last time you purchased a new car and they filled it with gas? Well, these guys did. I also appreciated Mike Bevers attention to my questions about the vehicle. He took time to show me everything he knew about it's operation and all the electronic features. I purchased a 2015 Highlander Limited, and the electronics package is quite advanced. He did not know all the answers, but was more than willing to find out. In addition, he took time to go through a checklist of all things necessary to know about the vehicle prior to finishing up. They are wonderful folks to do business with. Not only with new vehicles, but used. My first car purchase from them was about 5 years ago for my son's college car. We bought a used Ford Focus with about 60K miles on it. We drove it around, looked under the hood and found a significant oil leak. The salesperson said "no problem, we'll fix that". We purchased the car for a very fair price, and my son drove it "till the wheels fell off". In other words, it lasted him his whole college experience (double master's). About 5 years.
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Kristal Hoofnagle
a year ago
They don't back up their word. They lie to get you to come in an then try to lie their way out of it. Don't return phone calls or e-mails. Highly recommend you go some where else!!!! They even try to sell vehicles that headlights and doors are broken!
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Gonzalo Callison
2 months ago
Steve's Hometown Toyota: Do not come here for a purchase! This dealership suckered us into coming back by offering us above our Blue Book value for our vehicle. When we got there they said that it was a "possibility" that they would "consider" giving us more than Blue book, but now they would only offer slightly below blue book value. I told them why would I drive all the way out from the Boise area to take that deal when I could have gotten that same deal at any dealership around where I live. They said "Oh well". They then insulted my wife and I by telling us to "default on your payment and then see who really owns your vehicle!" I would never recommend this place due to the scummy sales managers (the salesmen are pretty decent). Avoid this place and go to Tom Scott Toyota where you will be treated with RESPECT!
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Mark Johnson
a year ago
Update 3/23/15: I contacted the General Manager Paul and explained what happened, and he was very courteous and offered to match the discount promised. Unfortunately, the car I wanted already got sold. ---------- 3/21/15: I contacted the salesman Joe right up front and asked if they would meet a Peterson Toyota's $5000 off MSRP discount. He said he spoke to the General Manager, who was there during the weekdays, and then told me they would meet it. I drove an hour there to test drive the car, the salesman was knowledgeable and nice but once I spoke with the finance manager things got ugly. They would only give me $100 for my car because "an issue with my Carfax" which was simply that some older cars don't have a hundred thousand digit. They started at the MSRP, then the sales price, then tried to get me into a higher interest rate or a lease, then after several back and forths their price was $750 more than the competitor, and would not match the price, even if I were to get a printed quote from the competitor. One of the same Camrys I was looking at had a sign for 0% APR but they wouldn't back up their own advertisement. It took over an hour of waiting to wait for them to talk it over. Supposedly a different manager, the used car manager Mark was there that day. I wasted my Saturday due to liars and manipulators. I would negotiate an offer in writing before driving over.
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Paul Marshall
a year ago
I had the pleasure to work with the two best cars salesmen in the business. Luis Sandoval and Mike Newman. Both professional and knowledgeable. If you are looking for a salesman you can trust these guys they are the best. Stay away from Billy he is scum.
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T.Q. Doubleu
4 months ago
Terrible sales manager!! Don't do business with HOMETOWN TOYOTA... They will lie to you and won't stand behind their word!!!