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Toyota Continues Investment in U.S. Auto Industry by Expanding American Operations

If you're like us and follow news about the automotive industry, then you're likely familiar with Toyota's recent plan to invest more in U.S. operations. In fact, the automaker announced earlier this year that it would be investing $10 billion in America. Now, more details about that investment are coming to light and it is said that a part of those funds...

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Two 2018 Toyota Camry Innovations

The 2018 Toyota Camry is now on sale at Chuck Hutton Toyota, and there is a whole lot to appreciate about this new sedan. In particular, we would like our Memphis friends and neighbors to turn their attention to the innovations that come with it. For your convenience, we listed two examples below.

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Toyota Tacoma: Country Reared. City Savvy.

There are pickup trucks, and then there is Toyota Tacoma. What can be said about Toyota Tacoma that hasn't already been said about noble beasts like the lion, the polar bear and the great white shark? Toyota takes a beating —and then punches back. That's why the Chuck Hutton Toyota team can't wait for you to test drive one this Labor Day Weekend.

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Toyota, Safety, and You

For the 2017 lineup the Corolla, RAV4, Prius, Highlander, and Yaris iA. have gained recognition as IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+ vehicles. The Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) innovative technologies come standard on most new Toyota vehicles.

Automatic High Beams, an innovative TSS feature, helps keep you and all other drivers on the road safe. The Automatic High Beams system works through a camera on your windshield that aids nighttime driving by detecting headlights and taillights of other vehicles, and toggles accordingly between low and high beams.

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Why the 2018 Toyota C-HR is Amazingly Agile & We Hope New Powertrain Options are Coming

Have you ever rushed to make a turn before the traffic light turns red, and heard the awful squeal of tires and terrifying body-roll as you realized you miscalculated—your car was not meant to be treated that way.

Most passenger cars are not built like race cars. They're made to be driven politely, taking turns gently and sluggishly. But what if a regular "grocery getter," as the enthusiasts say, handled like... well, something an enthusiast would drive?

Meet the 2018 Toyota C-HR.

Its powertrain is nothing to write home about: a meager 2.0-liter 4-cylinder 144-horsepower engine...

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Bought a House & Need a Truck? The 2017 Toyota Tacoma is Ideal for Your Light-Duty Needs

 

So, you just bought a house in the Memphis area. You considered every single detail—what type of basement does it have? How big is the garage? What's the square footage? Is the roof new? Does it get enough sunlight to plant a garden?

There's only one thing you forgot—your car.

Until you own a home, you might not think about how much plywood you can fit in your back seat, or whether you could get a sapling home from the nursery. Suddenly, your life is full of DIY projects, and the ability to haul cargo just…
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The Striking 2017 Toyota Camry Incorporates a Bold and Sporty Design to Its Exterior and Interior

You can feel a bold presence when you take a glance at the 2017 Toyota Camry and its magnificently crafted exterior and interior. There are sleek hood lines and available stylistic elements that are noteworthy. There is an offered mesh front grille that brings a sporty element to the exterior of the car that you may enjoy. The mesh front grille is available on the 2017 Toyota Camry XSE, SE Hybrid, and SE models...

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The Check Engine Light May Be an Indicator of Battery Problems

Your battery controls the electrical components of your vehicle. Without a properly working battery, you would not be able to see during nighttime driving or have properly working windshield wipers. It is highly important that you look out for signs of a malfunctioning battery so you can confirm that you stay on the road.

A very obvious sign of a failing battery is the blinking of the check engine light. We have all seen this at one time or another when driving our vehicles and it is not to get ignored...

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