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How Do You Handle Your End of Lease

How do you handle the end of your vehicle lease? Do you turn in the vehicle and simply walk away? Do you browse the new inventory in search of your next dream car? Do you buy your leased vehicle? These are all great options that come with the flexibility of a lease program. The staff at Shore Toyota takes great pride in providing you with wonderful options. You don't even have to choose quite yet. Our finance department can help extend your current lease terms, so you have several months to think about your decision.

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Make Your Tires Last Longer in Mays Landing

Tire rotations are important for a number of reasons, and our team at Shore Toyota is here to ensure that you're well-informed. Tires always tend to wear unevenly. That is bad news since that means that you will have to buy new tires soon. Unless you correct the issue before they get too unbalanced.

If you take your vehicle in to get the tires rotated at our Mays Landing, NJ location every 3,000 to 7,000 miles, or every other oil change, then you can make your tires last a lot longer. Keeping your tires properly rotated will…

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Toyota Delivers a Slam-Dunk Sedan with 2017 Avalon

If you haven't yet had a chance to check out the 2017 Avalon, our beloved Japanese brand's full-size sedan, we here at Shore Toyota hate to be the bearer of bad news, but ...

It is very probable that you are missing out.

There's no need to stress, though, as the vehicular gurus at Edmunds are here to get you all caught up. Join them in the clip below:

An exemplar of Toyota's mechanical mastery, the Avalon's 3.5-liter V6 engine is an altogether terrific.

Mating to a six-speed automatic gearbox, the V6 generates a hefty…

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MotorWeek Marvels at Head-Turning 2017 Toyota Highlander

Here at Shore Toyota, we've nothing but love for our full-size SUV, the 2017 Highlander. We feel it's among the choicest in its class.

Why, though?

Get the inside scoop from our friends at MotorWeek; they're here with their review of the Highlander:

Sure to be a popular selection with driving enthusiasts, the Highlander's available engine upgrade, a 3.5-liter V6, is as fast as it is fun.

Optional on the LE model and standard on all others, the V6 makes a muscular 295 horsepower and 263 pound-feet of torque. It receives an eight-speed automatic transmission…

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Toyota Research Institute Highlights Autonomous Vehicle Platforms

The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) recently shared a video showcasing its Guardian and Chauffeur autonomous vehicle platforms, providing four different demonstrations of this cutting-edge technology.

Meant to detail the progress that TRI has made with Platform 2.1, the next-generation advanced safety research vehicle, the video starts off with two examples of the Chauffeur system at work before finishing with two viewings of the Guardian system. Platform 2.1 is capable of testing both systems on one vehicle, through the use of a shared sensor stack and software.

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Toyota Celebrates 25 Years of Helping Small Businesses and Non-Profits

For the past quarter-century, through its Toyota Production System Support Center (TSSC),Toyota Motor North America has shared its Toyota Production System (TPS) operational practices and philosophies with small businesses and non-profit organizations throughout North America. The intent is to furnish non-Toyota organizations with the tools that they need to solve their operational problems, maximize their resources and preserve and create jobs.

 

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The 2018 Camry Introduces Toyota New Global Architecture to the U.S.

The 2018 Toyota Camry is produced at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing facility in Kentucky, and holds the honor of being the first vehicle inspired by the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) to be assembled in North America. The first vehicle built on TNGA is the current Prius that is assembled in Japan; by the year 2020, Toyota expects roughly half of all new Toyota vehicles around the world to benefit from TNGA.

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How is Toyota Making Strides for the Environment?

Toyota is not only engineering vehicles that are reliable and stylish, but they are also putting a lot of thought into how they can be environment-friendly. Toyota is working hard to make breakthroughs with electric vehicles, plug-in cars, as well as different hydrogen fuel cell technologies...

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