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Toyota Donates Five Vehicles to Deserving Charities Across the Nation

In conjunction with the Today Show's "Lend a Hand' series, Toyota has just given one of their new vehicles to five deserving charities across the U.S.

Toyota has partnered with "Lend a Hand" for two years now, helping local charities bring hope and opportunity to their respective communities. Previously, the Japanese automaker has participated in the weeklong "Lend a Hand" series, donating one Toyota Sienna in both 2009 and 2010.

Toyota is thrilled…

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Scion to Add Two New Vehicles to Lineup

The Scion brand was originally born to be quirky and cool. You could easily recognize one of their unconventional cars from among the many other makes congesting a crowded highway. Toyota's younger sibling, however, has matured. And, for the 2012 model-year however, it's going the way of the brand's previously-under-the-radar retail processes, product segments, and communications. Scion is going mainstream.

Yes mainstream. To expand the breadth of its vehicle lineup, Scion is

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Leasing Can Save You Money

  •  Do you drive a projected average of 12 -15K miles per year?
  •  Do you purchase a different vehicle every 3-5 years?
  •  Are you interested in getting the vehicle of your dreams with a lower initial investment, and pay less monthly?
  •  Are you interested in driving a vehicle "worry free" under its warranty period?
  •  Do you want options before making the full commitment to a new vehicle?
  • If you answered 'Yes' to any of these questions…
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Stay Pumped and On Track

Tires are in need of replacement when the tread is worn down to 2/32 of an inch.  One way to make sure that the tread does not wear out prematurely is to keep your tires properly inflated. When you're in need of new tires or just want a trained professional to inspect them just head to Toyota Marin and we can help you with this.You should check
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Warning Lights

 Don't jump every time you see a warning light up on your dashboard!  A common cause that may trigger the "Check Engine Light"  is forgetting to tighten the gas cap on your vehicle until it clicks. If you believe that a loose gas cap is the cause of your "check engine light" coming on, just tighten your gas cap until it CLICKS; then after one or two days of driving your vehicle, the warning…
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