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What Does ToyotaCare Provide to New Toyota Drivers?

ToyotaCare is a free service plan that comes with 24-hour roadside assistance. This great plan is often a deciding factor in making shoppers choose Toyota cars or trucks. Stop in at Oxford Toyota for more information on ToyotaCare or any of our great new Toyota models.

Auto repairs can be stressful and costly, which is why Toyota covers your vehicle for the first two years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. The vehicle is covered against normal factory scheduled maintenance, which can provide you with the peace of mind you need. 

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Where Will You Explore in the New Toyota RAV?

Driver information is always an issue when on a trip. For decades, drivers have depended on gauge displays or warning lights to get the information on what is happening inside their vehicles. In the modern Toyota RAV4, new technology provides a visual and audio display of important factors that affect your driving.

 

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The Efficient and Safe Toyota Highlander

The stunning Toyota Highlander is a large SUV that is equipped to transport passengers, haul cargo and tow boats and trailers. The Highlander also has a well-appointed interior that lets both drivers and passengers arrive at their destination in comfort.

The 2018 Highlander has several performance features that appeal to SUV buyers. The vehicle has an eight-speed, automatic transmission that allows the Highlander to come up to speed quickly. When the desired speed is reached, the transmission allows the Highlander to cruise with enhanced fuel efficiency. 

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Explore the New Camry Features

The new Toyota Camry has been ranked number one in midsize cars by US News & World Report. One of the reasons is for the interior specifications that have been touted as amazing for drivers. The robust intuitive features packed inside of this sleek sedan make it a dream to drive to your Oxford, MS destinations.

For one, the new Camry interiors were designed to be fluid with technology. 

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Count on the Toyota Tundra to Keep You Safe

When you’re heading to work every weekday, you’re thinking about how to do your job better. You don’t have time to worry about the hazards of the road. The 2018 Toyota Tundra keeps you focused on what’s important by taking care of your safety.

 

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A Lane Departure Alert with Sway Warning System relies on a camera-based sensor to monitor the markings on the road when you’re traveling at speeds at a minimum of 32 MPH. 

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Will Cold Weather Affect Multi-Grade Engine Oil Performance?

Your engine oil has many tough jobs to perform in service of your engine, including lubricating moving parts, acting as a liquid seal for your cylinders, and bravely standing up to harsh pressure and temperature conditions. While changing your oil on appropriate schedules helps it to stand up to these conditions, seasonal temperature changes may compromise it's lubricating ability, with unfortunate consequences for your engine.

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Brake Pad Maintenance Is Important for Safe Driving

There are certain parts of your vehicle that are a necessity to keeping you safe while on the road. As the braking system is a key part of vehicle safety, the brake pads are one of these aforementioned necessary parts. Knowing how they work can aid you in determining a maintenance and replacement schedule.

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Tire Tread and Safety

Tire condition is easy over looked when it comes to car maintenance. With technology as advanced as it is, it makes things like this easily forgotten. If your air pressure is low, the light will illuminate. Informing a driver that the air needs a little TLC. 

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Get Your Vehicle's Fluids Serviced

Life is very busy for most of us. We deal with all sorts of job, family, or otherwise personal things, so it's no wonder that so many of us are at least a little lax when it comes to things like an oil change or radiator flush. Unfortunately, it's those seemingly innocuous service items that can cost us a huge chunk of change down the road if we do not keep up with them.

The five fluids you should always have serviced at their regularly scheduled intervals are the following:

  • Coolant
  • Engine oil
  • Transmission fluid
  • Brake fluid
  • Power…
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