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FR-S Race Car by Scion

  2013 Scion FR-S On January 9, 2012 Scion introduced the Scion FR-S car during the 2012 North American International Auto Show.  FR-S stands for front-engine, rear-wheel drive, sport.   This Scion sports car will be available in the Spring of 2012.  The FR-S is the fifth model to join the Scion Family.    The […]

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2012 Scion xB at Peterson Toyota

New for the 2012 Scion xB The 2012 xB will come standard with Bluetooth Hands Free and HD Radio An available option is the Premium Audio System with 5.8 inch Touch Screen Display and Pandora Internet Radio   The 2012 xB Peterson Scion in Boise, Idaho welcomes the second generation xB with its elongated headlamps […]

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Scion tC

The Scion tC coupe is a 5 person hatchback that has the power and confidence that you want to have in a vehicle. Refreshed for 2012 the Scion tC still remains affordable and one of Consumer Digest’s best buys. Pricing: Manual: starting at $19,305* Automatic: starting at $20,305* *Pricing does not include tax, title and […]

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2012 Scion iQ

The Scion iQ will be making its way to Peterson Scion in just a few weeks.  When designing the iQ,  Scion had a few key characteristics in mind.  It had to be something relatively compact, sensible in price and simple to park.  The price of the new vehicle includes a program of complementary maintenance for […]

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Service – Frequently Asked Questions

Understand the conditions of your warranty All new and many used vehicles arrive with a warranty covering unexpected repairs. Be sure to understand the duration and covered components of the warranty. A typical warranty might be written “48/50,000” meaning that coverage lasts either 48 months from the initial purchase or until the vehicle has 50,000 […]

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Finance – Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get pre-approved? We offer a 30 second pre-approval form right here on our website that gives you an answer instantly whether you are pre-approved. Are monthly payments necessary? Unless you’re in the position to pay cash for a new or pre-owned vehicle, you’ll need to establish a payment plan to obtain that […]

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Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ

Peterson Toyota is pleased to offer a comprehensive library of Frequently Asked Questions for car shoppers seeking more information related to finance, insurance, parts, service and the trade-in process. Whether you’re trying to determine the differences between leases and loans or want to know more about add-on accessories, Peterson Toyota’s FAQ collection will answer your […]

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Insurance – Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I get auto insurance? Peterson Toyota offers customers the convenience of getting coverage instantly in our store. Just visit our Allstate representative located in the main Toyota building. Or visit our Allstate website landing page. What are the laws regarding automobile insurance? The laws vary by state, but most require basic liability coverage. […]

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Trade In – Frequently Asked Questions

What’s my trade worth? Peterson Toyota Scion provides customers a tool by Blackbook that will give them an instant trade-in appraisal. You can visit the page on PetersonToyota.net: http://www.petersontoyota.net/bbo.htm Why trade-in? Trading in your current vehicle towards another can partially offset the cost of the new vehicle. The trade-in’s net value goes towards the purchase […]

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Parts – Frequently Asked Question

If a part on your vehicle demands replacing there are three options for replacement. First, you can find a factory OEM part by either going through a dealer or contacting the manufacturer directly. Factory parts are built by the OEM manufacturer to the exact same specifications as the existing parts. New OEM components are generally […]

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