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Toyota's Dual Zone Climate Control is One Way to Appease Backseat Drivers

Here at Tri-State Toyota, we know how annoying that friend who is a backseat driver can be - always telling you what to do, fiddling with the controls to your car and just distracting you in general while you try to keep your eyes on the road. Toyota knows as well, and while the automaker cannot do anything to stop their endless tirades of automotive advice, they can at least stop them from continually interfering with…

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Next-Gen Toyota RAV4 Reveals Upcoming Changes

If you are in the market for a new crossover, then Tri State Toyota, serving Dudley, MA has some exciting news for you. Toyota has announced they will be releasing a next-gen Toyota RAV4 crossover!

While the photos that have been released are very vague, we can see a number of sleek improvements. It is very easy to see a sweeping roofline and fast windshield, which lead us to believe a smaller vehicle is in…

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Toyota Increases Production in Canada

The latest addition to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada is a plant in Woodstock, Ontario, and it was built in 2008. The plant builds the Toyota Corolla, Toyota Matrix, and Toyota RAV4, as well as the Lexus RX 350. In other words, things are pretty busy there. And with demand for new Toyota models picking up again after the recovery from last year's earthquake and tsunami, the Japanese automaker is aiming to make a big…

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Toyota Will Hit 25 Million Milestone in 2012

Japanese automaker Toyota might be on top in terms of global sales, but the company isn't getting complacent anytime soon. Since the early 1930s, Toyota has been providing quality vehicles to Japan and the world, and it continues to expand with every subsequent year. Last year, Toyota built an amazing 1,255,635 vehicles and 1,141,466 engines.

It wasn't easy for Toyota to achieve these numbers. As Shigeki Terashi, President and…

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