How can cars and bicycles share the road?
There is only one set of roads for all of use to use. That means that drivers of cars and those riding bicycles need to be aware of one another and share the space? So, how can cars and bicycles share the road? There are several things we can do to make the road safer for everyone. If you’re driving and encounter a bike on the road, there are few laws, rules and regulations that you’ll need to know. If you need a new Toyota vehicle that will help you move your bicycle to a new trail, make an appointment with a Spitzer Toyota sales professional to schedule a test drive today. Read the rest of this entry »
How much does Toyota Wi-Fi cost?
The addition of an embedded wireless internet connection to new Toyota vehicles is one of the most exciting developments of the current model year. So far, the 2018 Toyota Camry and 2018 Toyota Sienna offer the new Verizon 4G LTE connection, however, more options will be available in 2019. One of the most common questions we’ve been getting in the Spitzer Toyota showroom is, ‘How much does Toyota Wi-Fi cost?’ The automaker has released a little information about the Wi-Fi system’s pricing structure. Anyone with questions about combining a Toyota Wi-Fi account with an existing Verizon account should contact Verizon directly. Read the rest of this entry »
How to take a car out of winter storage
Winter driving can be very tough on a car. Everything from salt corrosion to dings and dents caused by slipping on ice can really be a hassle to deal with. For these reasons and many more, it is not uncommon for people to drive a different vehicle during the winter than they do in the spring, summer and fall. If you choose a two-car solution, you’ll have to store one for the winter which means you will need to go through a few steps before hitting the road. If this is your first winter trying this dual-vehicle method, you might need to know how to take a car out of winter storage. Some of the experts in the Spitzer Toyota Service Department shared the most important things you need to know. Read the rest of this entry »
Has Toyota replaced the Corolla iM?
Toyota vehicles have earned a well-deserved reputation for defying conventional wisdom. The latest piece of evidence to this point is displayed in the newly unveiled member of the Corolla family. If anyone is a passionate fan of the automaker, they may be wondering, ‘Has Toyota replaced the Corolla iM?’ It appears, yes, they have. The all-new 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback takes the former Scion model’s place in the lineup. While the manufacturer looks to be dropping the iM portion of the name, the new Corolla Hatchback will offer the same quality and reliability wrapped in a new platform with quicker performance and technology equipment. Read the rest of this entry »
Release date for the 2019 Toyota RAV4
Toyota blew away the crowds at the New York International Auto Show with the introduction of the 2019 version of the Toyota RAV4. The all-new crossover SUV features a dynamic and robust design that will be equally adept for commuting to work, hauling the family around or getting out to an area’s most popular hiking trails. When the release date for the 2019 Toyota RAV4 arrives, the automaker’s most popular vehicle will also feature a new array of systems that will improve off-road handling as well as the new Toyota Entune 3.0 infotainment system that offers an available high-speed Wi-Fi hotspot – provided by Verizon Wireless. Spitzer Toyota expects the new 2019 Toyota RAV4 to be available for sale later this year. Be sure to check back for more information as it becomes available. Read the rest of this entry »
What is Toyota changing for the 2019 RAV4?
Toyota has been on whirlwind tour for the current auto show season. Back in January, the automaker revealed the completely redesigned 2019 Toyota Avalon. Last week, Toyota took center stage in Geneva, Switzerland to further tease the upcoming Supra revival. On March 28, Toyota will be getting its fans excited again with its reveal of the fifth-generation RAV4 at the New York International Auto Show. So, what is Toyota changing for the 2019 RAV4? Unfortunately, we don’t have a lot of details. But there are some pretty solid guesses out there. If you want to follow along, but can’t make it to The Big Apple, Spitzer Toyota has posted a link to the live stream below. The presentation starts at 9:10 a.m. Read the rest of this entry »
How much can the 2018 Toyota Tundra tow?
The Toyota Tundra continues to offer buyers searching through the tightly-packed full-size pickup truck class a capable and well-equipped alternative to the traditional big names in the segment. Toyota customers are well versed in how reliable the automaker’s vehicles are, but some still seem to be missing out on how much work our trucks are capable of doing. One of the questions Spitzer Toyota product experts are asked each day is, ‘How much can the 2018 Toyota Tundra tow?’ We have those answers readily available. The 2018 Tundra has a lot to offer pickup truck buyers, including one of the most competitive towing capacities in the class. Let’s take a closer look. Read the rest of this entry »
New Toyota Supra news and information
The Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland was the venue for the latest blockbuster product reveal from Toyota. In the annuls of Toyota history, the Supra ranks among the most beloved models the automaker has ever produced. The presentation made by Toyota during the middle of the night local time with the latest new Toyota Supra news and information is centered around the GR Supra Racing Concept. However, several reputable automotive news websites report that this is just a precursor to the unveiling of a consumer version of the Toyota Supra. While this isn’t the version that may come to Spitzer Toyota, there are still a few things we can learn about the future. Read the rest of this entry »
Is Toyota building a new hatchback vehicle?
Toyota has already made some big announcements at the two major auto shows taking place in the United States in Detroit and Chicago. The reveals of the 2019 Toyota Avalon and the new TRD versions of the Tundra, Tacoma and 4Runner really got Spitzer Toyota customer excited. It looks like the automaker will be taking its next big announcement across the pond to the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland. A recent post on AutoBlog showed a heavily silhouetted teaser image of a very slick-looking hatchback. According to their article, this appears to be a new version of the Toyota Auris. This might not mean much to you. In the U.S., we call the Auris the Corolla iM. The changes could really be a game changer in the marketplace. Read the rest of this entry »
What is covered by Toyota Wheel and Tire Protection?
In an earlier Spitzer Toyota Blog post, we discussed the benefits of extended the protection offered on your leased vehicle through Toyota Financial Services. There is another set of protections available to customers who choose to complete their financing through Toyota Financial Services as well as those who choose to lease, called Wheel and Tire Protection. So, what is covered by Toyota Wheel and Tire Protection? In short, just about anything that unexpectedly damages a Toyota vehicle’s tire or the wheel. Let the experts at Spitzer Toyota lead you through what a great benefit this program is and how it can potentially save you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. Read the rest of this entry »