Toyota of Concord Customers Say It All!

Tee Caldwell was most helpful and organized. He was very personable and polite. He spent as much time with me as necessary and even spent time a few days later helping me with the technology. I would go to him again for a purchase. He did not push me in any way. -Linda

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Redesigned, Redefined, and Ready: The 2015 Toyota Camry

When you’re the bestselling car in America for 12 straight years, it’s not easy to continuously push the envelope and still come out on top. That is, unless you’re the 2015 Toyota Camry.

The unveiling of the refreshed Camry happened just yesterday at the New York International Auto Show. It was apparent from the start that the designers of the all-new Camry took their jobs very seriously, and they certainly did not disappoint.

With over 2,000 new parts, the 2015 Toyota Camry delivers more than ever before. The most apparent update lies right between the LED headlights; its new grille gives the Camry a much sportier look. Also new to the Camry is the availability of another trim, the XSE. The XSE will have exclusive 18-inch rims, revised steering, and more diverse suspension.  In fact, the only piece of the Camry that remains unchanged from the 2014 model is the roof.

We cannot wait for the release of the 2015 Camry, but in the mean time, you can check out all of our current 2014 Camrys here at ______.  For updates and more information on the 2015 Camry sign up here. 

The Scion FR-S Named an Automobile Magazine All-Star Once Again

With surmounting levels of new competition each year, it’s difficult for vehicles to really stand out from one another. Each new car is judged on numerous categories: fuel-economy, power, interior, exterior, comfort, cargo space… The list could go on for forever. So, how is it that one car can stand apart from the next? It’s simple, really. It has to be fun to drive! And that’s exactly what Automobile Magazine’s All-Star list is about.

Now you ask, “What car is the most fun to drive?” And for you, we have an answer (and so do the people of Automobile Magazine):

The 2014 Scion FR-S

Jean Jennings, Automobile Magazine president and editor-in-chief, had this to say about the FR-S, “Is 200 horsepower enough for a sports car? Yes, provided that sports car is light and has a perfectly balanced, rear-wheel-drive chassis. Oh, and don’t forget to include perfectly placed controls. Because of all this, the FR-S is among the few modern cars you can enjoy driving at the limit without losing your license.”

The 2014 FR-S packs pure excitement into each drive and, with its very affordable price point, the FR-S can be yours! Contact us at Carver Toyota Scion to test drive the 2014 Scion FR-S today!

Toyota of Concord Customers Say It All!

Wonderful salesman (Kevin Plant). Showed us the sienna van in February and we weren’t ready to purchase just yet. I was very hesitant to look at a van for the shear fact that it was a minivan. He made the sienna van look cool, at least to this 30 something new mom. He kept in contact with us, determining how much we could expect should we choose to trade in our prior vehicle. He was never pushy or aggressive but when the time came for us to purchase, he worked deligently to find our van. He was able to find a car with more bells and whistles than we really needed but was able to keep it within a monthly payment that we could stomach. Made me a believer in the sienna van and, so far, we’ve been nothing by pleased with the purchase. -Heather

See What Our Customers Are Saying About Us……

Titus was very good throughout the entire process. He was able to show me everything I needed to know about the Camry. He also helped me understand the benefits and values of new vs. used as well as helping me decide to go with the Camry over other vehicle options. And most importantly I appreciated the way he handled the price negotiations. I felt comfortable with Titus and the final sales price. -Christopher

 

Everyone we dealt with especially Kevin Plant went way beyond expectations and did more than their fair share to make our purchase the best. I definitely beyond doubt would highly recommend to any friend or others whom maybe looking to purchase a car. We couldnt have been more pleased and are blessed beyond words that we got to drive home our new 2014 Toyota 4 Runner with smiles on all our faces. Thank you Kevin for making this possible!!!!!- Kevin

 

Nick East was our Salesperson who provided exceptional service. On first meeting with Nick after introductions, we told him we were looking for a new vehicle, and had visited several other dealerships. Nick gave us his card and then gave us time to explore on our own. He answered all questions and we drove 2 vehicles that day. We returned the next week to make the purchase with Nick. Nick was upbeat and pleasure to make our purchase with. Nick is by far the most impressive salesperson that we meet in our search. Thanks to Nick for a remarkable experience! -Nick

Unveiled: The Toyota TS040 Hybrid

Move over Porsche and Audi; the Toyota TS040 Hybrid has officially taken over.

Toyota took their well earned time in the spotlight recently when they unveiled the new TS040 Hybrid that will compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship. The TS040 replaced last year’s TS030 model and added on a new hybrid powertrain in hopes of gaining an extra edge over its fierce competition.

Toyota revealed the TS040 at the Paul Ricard test track in the South of France making a bold statement when saying, “It represents the most advanced hybrid technology in modern racing.”

The TS040 features all-wheel drive and a 3.7-liter V8 engine with an Aisin generator and Denso rear unit that, together, generate nearly 1,000 horsepower. The new design will also use 25% less fuel than in 2013.

The 24 Hours of Le Mans will take place on June 14th and 15th and the FIA World Endurance Championship starts April 20th with Six Hours of Silverstone. For more information on the Toyota TS040 Hybrid’s racing future click here.

Photo courtesy of Toyota USA Newsroom

Photo courtesy of Toyota USA Newsroom