Finding the right information for a car you’re considering can be frustrating. Everywhere you go it seems like the people providing the information would rather sell you on a product than give you good information so that you can make the right decision.
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While most readily available sources of information will have some amount of bias, there are some good sources out there. You can always find information on current Toyotas on our site, where we try to offer you as much information as you might need in an easily readable format. If you’re up for a bit of a challenge, manufacturer sites (such as toyota.com) offer thorough information as well. However, they aren’t always very user friendly and can be a little irksome to navigate. The same is true with sources like cars.com, which offers a wonderful comparison tool for current and older cars: there’s a lot of information, but it’s not really designed for those who aren’t well-versed in car lingo.
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If you’re feeling a bit lost, take a look at some of our model information or model comparisons or just come and talk to us at Lexington Toyota. Our sales team has plenty of information to offer, as does our service center—although we can’t promise that we won’t talk a little too much about how wonderful Toyotas are, because… they’re pretty great. Come see us and find out how we can help you on your car search. We’re here to help.