Wietzes Toyota

Wietzes Toyota

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7080 Dufferin Street
Vaughan, Ontario, L4K 0A1, Canada

Phone:     905.761.5133       |   Fax:     905.761.8656
Non-Smoking Environment

Added: 2013-05-27        |        Hits: 1830

Business Description

We've been in our 50,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility at Dufferin and Steeles for almost five years now and we've settled into our new home in Vaughan. In any season, in any weather, you can shop inside and leave the weather worries outside. Our bright and airy indoor showroom boasts a comfortable, climate controlled display area for up to 30 cars. Our outdoor compound can easily handle up to 250 new vehicles, so we probably have what you're looking for right on site. Space for 60 Toyota Certified Pre-Owned vehicles means your 'Nearly-New' Toyota needs are also well in hand.
We value the opportunity to look after your Toyota needs after the sale, so Service customers are pampered, too. Our drive-in service reception area leads to a 16 bay service area, complete with Ontario Drive Clean facility, a cutting-edge alignment bay and a full service complimentary car wash. Our detailing and Toyota Touch bays make it easy for you to keep your Toyota looking like new. Whether you're in for an express oil change or express maintenance and want to get in and out quickly; or are in for something more extensive, requiring the expertise of our Toyota Master Technicians, we can handle all of your service needs efficiently.

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Toyota says next Corolla to get even bigger transformation than Avalon

One of North America's blandest, yet best-selling cars will be less boring when its next generation arrives next year, Toyota officials promise.
Bill Fay, general manager for Toyota and Scion brands, tells Ward's Auto that the Corolla will undergo an even more dramatic makeover than the Toyota Avalon recently underwent, which shocked us with its much svelter appearance at the New York Auto Show in April. Fay declines to get specific, but the move away from a conservative blueprint would be a marked change for Toyota's segment stalwart.
The Corolla received a modest redesign in 2007, but has been outpaced in style and feature points by most of its competition, including cars like the Honda Civic, Ford Focus, Chevrolet Cruze and Hyundai Elantra, all of which are newer and richer in feature count and refinement.

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