Five reasons you should consider the Toyota 4Runner for your next vehicle

February 2nd, 2021 by
2021 Toyota SUV

The Toyota 4Runner has long been a fan favorite of off-road aficionados for its durability and its ability to handle tricky terrains without batting an eye. However, it’s also a popular option for drivers who just want something sporty and spacious to get around town. Toyota of Orlando is here to explain why this popular…

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How long do new Toyotas last, and how can you make yours last longer?

January 25th, 2021 by
Toyota of Orlando

When you finally take the plunge and put a down payment on a vehicle, you want it to last a long time. This is especially true if you buy the car instead of leasing it; when you buy it, it’s yours until the wheels fall off (or until you sell it down the road, in…

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Toyota of Orlando breaks down car platforms and structure

January 20th, 2021 by
designing a new Toyota

When you think of a new Toyota, you likely think of how it looks and all of the features it includes. We’re talking features like engine, off-roading elements, entertainment technology, safety technology, convenience elements… the list could go on, but we’re willing to bet that one thing you’ve never thought about is the platform that…

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Where do new Toyotas get their names?

January 15th, 2021 by
Toyota of Orlando

Have you ever taken a close look at the new Toyota models in our inventory? If you have, then you’ve probably noticed that the names of the models are pretty unique. It’s not like the Lexus lineup where each vehicle is a series of letters (RX, LX, GX) or the Mazda lineup, where nearly every…

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A brief history of the Toyota Supra

December 18th, 2020 by
sports car in Orlando FL

At this point in time, if you haven’t heard of the Toyota Supra, you MAY have been living under a rock. This iconic sports car was incredibly popular from 1978 until 2002 when it was retired. Popular demand saw its revival in 2019 and since then, it’s continued to be a fan favorite for drivers…

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What in the world is the Moose Test?

December 9th, 2020 by
Toyota safety tests

When you get behind the wheel of an Orlando Toyota, you know that you’re in safe hands. Toyota does extensive safety testing for each and every one of its vehicles and on top of that, it’s always conducting new research to create, design, and implement new safety technologies. In fact, Toyota even has a facility…

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The 2022 Toyota Tundra: What you should know

August 24th, 2020 by
Toyota of Orlando trucks

When you actually take a look back at the last time the Orlando Toyota Tundra was completely redesigned, you may be surprised – this popular truck has been a much-loved option for a long time, but it hasn’t seen a complete overhaul since 2008. That’s 12 years and while things have been updated and improved…

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Why do we never see Toyota convertibles anymore?

August 21st, 2020 by

If you really sit and think about it, when was the last time you saw a Toyota convertible out on the road? The answer is probably not for a while – not a new one, at least. And in all actuality, you probably haven’t seen many of them at all, new OR used. Why, though?…

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5 of the weirdest Toyotas ever dreamed up

August 12th, 2020 by
Toyota truck concept

Here at Toyota of Orlando, we’re all about innovation. We love it when Toyota announces a new model or even a new concept because we know even if it doesn’t necessarily make it to our dealership, it’ll influence the vehicles in upcoming generations in a big way. However, sometimes the models and concepts released by…

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The three different types of engine placements

July 10th, 2020 by
Toyota tips

When you climb into the driver’s seat of your car and turn the key in the ignition, you’re probably used to hearing the engine roar to life from the usual spot – in front of you, under the hood. However, did you know that putting the engine in the front is not always the norm?…

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