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The Staying Power of TD and Pop

 

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In San Antonio, TX, we're all about consistency and dependability with age, both when it comes to basketball and cars. A flashy new model will come along and perform well, much like a LaMarcus Aldridge. But ultimately, it's the vehicle model or basketball player that stays with us year after year that finds a place in our hearts, like Tim Duncan and Pop.

That's why we don't just sell new Toyota vehicles, but also used. And there are some definite benefits of…

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Toyota Invests in American Manufacturing, Camry Tops American-Made Index Again

Every year, Cars.com compiles a list of models, regardless of brand, that are assembled in the United States with a minimum of 75 percent American-sourced parts. The American-Made Index (AMI) used to cap its numbers at the top 10 models meeting these requirements, but candidates are dwindling, and in 2016, only eight models sold in the entire U.S. market were eligible.

The most American vehicle leading this list...

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The Texas-Made Toyota Tundra Can Last 1 Million Miles or More!

Victor Sheppard wasn't surprised last May when his Toyota Tundra surpassed the million-mile mark. "These trucks are safe and dependable," he says. "I think, if you see a Toyota on the side of the road, it might be a scam because they just don't break down very often."

The Tundra he purchased new in 2007 was among the first to be assembled exclusively at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, here in San Antonio, where the Tacoma is also…

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Autotrader Provides '5 Reasons to Buy' 2016 Toyota Highlander

If your search for a new vehicle has led you to the midsize crossover class, we here at Alamo Toyota would be quick to match you up with ours, the 2016 Toyota Highlander.

Yet, what makes it such a superb selection? Autotrader critic Jabari Jones answers this question and several others in his video review of the Highlander. Hear what he has to say right here:

We feel the Highlander's base engine -- a 2.7-liter four-cylinder -- is flat-out fantastic. Good for a healthy 185 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque, this four-banger pairs with a six-speed automatic transmission and…

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How Toyota's Partnership with IUCN Could Change the World

On May 10, Toyota Motor Corporation made a big announcement for biodiversity fans: Toyota has entered a five-year partnership with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

If you are not a fan of biodiversity, well, maybe you should be.

Preserving species isn't all about hugging trees and hiking barefoot. Nature is the world's largest job creator. An estimated 200 million people worldwide

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Toyota's Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Wins 2016 World Green Car Award

Toyota's hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, the Toyota Mirai has been hailed by scientists as the beginning of a carbon-free future.

Though the Mirai has hit some not-so-small infrastructure snags (i.e. even in California, which has more hydrogen stations than any other state, there are barely enough places to fuel up) the automotive world is growing more excited about this vehicle's potential to change the world, as evidenced by the 2016 Mirai's win at

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Scion's 13 Year Reign is Ending This Summer

Scion has been around since 2003. It originally split off from Toyota as a laboratory to test new products and ideas, and to try to bring in new and younger customers.

Toyota had a great reputation for making reliable and efficient vehicles, but these attributes don't intrigue first-time car buyers, who are looking for something with more pizazz.

Scion made its name with quirky vehicle designs that had personality

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2016 Toyota Tacoma: Capable and Sturdy Fun

Find the fun escape you've been seeking in San Antonio within the all-new 2016 Toyota Tacoma pick-up truck. Not only can you depend on this model's performance, but you can expect it to go above and beyond to help you pursue any adventure that that comes your way.

 

 

Impressive features like Multi-Terrain Select and Crawl Control provide the reliable technology you need to monitor vehicle traction while you keep your focus on the trails ahead.

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