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Larry H. Miller Downtown Toyota Spokane Blog

2017 Toyota Tundra | Built to do it all

Are you an outdoor enthusiast looking for the perfect truck? No matter what outdoor activity you do, the Toyota Tundra was built to do it all. From going on a simple fishing trip to a long weekend getaway with your family, the Tundra has the strength and durability to get you where you want. 


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Breathe Easier with Toyota Safety Sense

If the peace of mind offered by advanced systems is important to you, consider a Toyota model equipped with Toyota Safety Sense. This system provides vehicles like the 2017 Toyota Corolla with the ability to supply extra eyes and even hands when you're on the road.

Toyota Safety Sense features are designed to keep you alert and aware while occasionally offering automatic nudges to help keep you safe. The Automatic High Beams, for example, use a camera to sense when it is appropriate to switch between high and low beams.

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Concept-Car Style in Your Driveway: Meet the 2018 Toyota C-HR

Every new car claims to have "head-turning style." Claims of bold design saturate automotive advertising to the point that most consumers are feeling a bit like Inigo Montoya. "You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."

But with the newest addition to the Toyota lineup, the subcompact crossover 2018 Toyota C-HR, we think "head-turning" is right on the money. We would go as far as to say "daring," or perhaps "avant-garde."

With its bold angular protruding headlights and taillights, sloping sports-coupe profile, wheel flares, and a curious optical illusion that makes the…

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2017 Drive for Good Recipients

Last month, we had our annual Drive for Good campaign where we partnered with Toyota’s match program to give $20,000 back to four non-profits in Spokane. Earlier this month we happily announced the recipients of the annual Drive for Good campaign. With over 8,000 votes between 10 different charities, we were all anxious to see the top four charities with the most votes. The top four winners were: The ISAAC Foundation, Embrace Washington, Blessings Under the Bridge, and Free Rein Therapeutic Riding.




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How to know your car battery needs to be replaced?

Of all the vital parts of a car, few are more important than the battery. The battery powers every electrical component in your car. Without it, not only would your headlights, windshield wipers, stereo, etc. stop working. You wouldn't be able to start your car at all. The bad news is, like every other battery, yours will need to be replaced. The good news is there are signs that your battery is getting to the point when it will need replacing. These may include your headlights not shining as brightly as usual, particularly when trying to start your car…
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When It's Time for a New Tire: How to Tell

Keeping your tires in good condition is a great way to ensure safety and make sure that your ride remains smooth. The following are three situations that indicate a need for a new tire:

A Bald Appearance

The tread on your tire should be up to the head on a penny if you stick the penny in between it. It may be time for new tires if you no longer have enough tread to insert the penny.

Bubbles and Deformities

You may need to buy new tires if you see any bubbles or deformities on one of them as well…

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Should You Go With Buying or Leasing a New Toyota?

When it is time to go look for a new car you will want to sit down and think, do I want to buy or lease?

If you are looking into buying a car you will own the vehicle and have the opportunity to keep it for as long as you wish. There may be a slightly larger monthly payment over leasing, but eventually, you will own the vehicle. The great part is that you can put on as many miles on this vehicle and not be penalized. Once your loan term is over, you will not have any additional…

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