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Toyota Tacoma Demand Forces Significant Changes

Such is the price of success.
Jay Traugott, 1/19/2020, CARBUZZ

Last Friday, Toyota made a big announcement regarding the production of several of its most popular models. First up is the Toyota Tacoma, which will cease production at the automaker's San Antonio, Texas production plant by late 2021. Instead, the majority of future Tacoma production will take place in Mexico. Why the change? Because Toyota Sequoia production is shifting from the company's plant in Princeton, Indiana to Texas, which has built the Tacoma and Tundra pickup trucks since 2010

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Here’s How Many Supras Toyota Sold In The U.S. In 2019

It sold well in December, besting its smaller coupe brother.
JACOB OLIVA, Jan 4, 2020, motor1

Toyota Motor North America has released its December 2019 and year-end sales report. The Japanese brand was able to sell a total of 2,383,349 vehicles. Despite the number, the marque suffered a 1.8 percent decrease in sales versus 2018's numbers, both in volume and daily selling rate basis.
Part of this sales number was the brand's halo car, the Supra. Toyota sold a total of 2,884 units of the two-seat sports coupe in 2019. The 86, the other…
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2021 Toyota Avalon Borrows AWD System From the RAV4

Luxurious large sedan on top, rugged compact SUV underneath

2021 Toyota Avalon AWD rear three quarters
Alex Leanse, Nov 13, 2019, Motortrend


The Toyota Avalon has always been something of a stealthy, value-priced luxo-barge. But it's never been a vehicle with the means to confidently take on wet or slick conditions—until now. That's thanks to the new availability of all-wheel drive on this previously front-drive-only flagship sedan.

The addition of Toyota's Dynamic Torque Control AWD system promises to improve stability and confidence when driving through rain or snow. The Toyota Avalon AWD system can send up to 50 percent of the engine's…

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Would You Pay $500,000 For A Mint-Condition 1998 Toyota Supra?

Jacob Oliva, NOV. 17, 2019, Motor1.com

All stock and comes with the original 1998-exclusive Quicksilver paint job.

How much are you willing to spend on a Toyota Supra? If you ask the person who bought the auctioned first production Supra at Barrett-Jackson, that would be $2.1 million, but that's for a charitable cause, mind you.

However, a quarter of that mentioned amount will get you this – a 1998 Toyota Supra A80 in mint condition and now being sold at Carsforsale.com for a whopping $500,000. Actually, 500 grand would give you a dollar change. This puts…

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Bayside for Life

Bayside for Life is our commitment to our customers.  We will provide service on any vehicle that you purchase from us for as long as you own it.  We will service your vehicle, including oil changes, tire rotations, and car washes on every scheduled visit, along with a multitude of other service that you vehicle may require.  An experienced technician will evaluate and inspect your vehicle with manufacturer specific knowledge so that we can be proactive in recommending what needs to be addressed to keep you on the road.

We are in partnership with you every 5k miles to keep…
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We have Expanded!

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Bayside Auto Group is very excited to announce that we have expanded the Bayside Family, and have purchased our very first Virginia dealership!

Bayside Auto Group works hard every day to earn our customers trust. We value their time, listen to their feedback, and we have received over 15,000 reviews from our customers averaging over a 4.5 rating. We look forward to sharing Our Promise: Simple Honest Fair with our new customers, employees and community in King George and the surrounding area.

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Toyota Fuels Cars and You

At a recent lap of Le Mans, Toyota showed off by harvesting 6 megajoules of from the LMP1's regenerative breaking. What was the captive energy used for? Making breakfast, of course! This performance car can produce more than 1,000 horsepower when its electric engines are partnered with its 3.7-liter V8. Check out the link below to read the full article from AutoBlog.com, including videos.

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