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2010 Toyota Corolla Review – Boise

The Toyota Corolla is the textbook compact sedan, the standard by which others are judged. Corolla is the longest continuous nameplate from a Japanese manufacturer, and more than 30 million Corollas have been sold to date in more than 140 countries. The Corolla is inexpensive to buy and operate yet it doesn’t feel like a […]

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2010 Toyota Camry Review – Boise

The Toyota Camry is the most popular midsize car sold in America. It does everything very well and is known for its quality, reliability and resale value. It’s comfortable, easy to operate and an easy car to live with in a hectic world. It’s pleasant to drive in all circumstances. Camry seats five in comfort […]

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2010 Toyota Avalon Review – Boise

The Toyota Avalon does lots of things well, but its strength is the solace it offers those riding inside. It’s difficult to be aggravated by the news, the traffic or other drivers when you’re cruising Zen-like in this big, comfortable sedan. Toyota’s largest sedan stands out most for smoothness and quiet operation. The serenity is […]

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2010 Toyota 4Runner Review – Boise

The Toyota 4Runner is all-new for 2010. This multipurpose midsize SUV combines rugged body-on-frame construction with true all-terrain capability. The 2010 4Runner is intended to be a tough and reliable platform for the more adventurous SUV owner, adding advanced four-wheeling equipment that was previously unavailable. The 2010 Toyota 4Runner comes in three distinct models, each […]

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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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