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How Innovative is the World's Best-Selling Car?

It is rare when a vehicle becomes the best-selling car on the planet and even more rare when it continues to hold this distinction for many years. The Toyota Corolla wears this crown proudly and continues to get even better.

A significant breakthrough includes the emergence of the Corolla’s performance capabilities. These increase frequently as new innovations are added each model year. Intelligent technologies constantly adjust the 1.8L 4-cylinder engine to burn less fuel and generate more horsepower, up to 140 in some cases. Even with the extra power...

 

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The Unique Exterior Design of the Toyota C-HR

The Toyota C-HR is a unique vehicle in the Toyota lineup. This is a compact SUV that is just the right size for maneuvering around the streets of Wellesley. The C-HR is smaller than some SUVs, but it still offers plenty of room in a sporty package.

The Toyota C-HR has 18-inch wheels with a vortex design. These eye-catching wheels are manufactured from a lightweight alloy, and they blend in well with the overall sporty feel of the vehicle. The C-HR comes standard with bright, halogen lights in both the front and rear of the vehicle. The daytime running lights…

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Get Fast and Affordable Spring Auto Service at Wellesley Toyota

Whether you're driving something brand-new or you're in a used vehicle with some years on it, the importance of keeping your vehicle well-maintained is all the same; a healthy vehicle means a safer and more efficient drive, and the spring weather basically demands you get out for a long cruise! We here at Wellesley Toyota hold your safety in the highest regard and, with our team of skilled and experienced service center technicians on the case, you can rest assured that any issue or oddity your vehicle is displaying will be addressed and assessed with skill you can…

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A Memorable Road Trip with a Used Vehicle from Wellesley Toyota

We here at Wellesley Toyota know that drivers from all over Massachusetts are absolutely loving the warmer weather and sunnier skies that spring brings, and now is one of the best times to get out and take a road trip with your friends and family! Of course, if you don't have a vehicle to drive, that can put a bit of a wrench in your plans. So, to help you all out as much as we can, we'd love to direct you to our wide selection of used vehicles of all types, sure to get you grinning from…

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Drive with Confidence with the 2018 Toyota Camry


For decades, the Toyota Camry has been one of America's most popular mid-size sedan due to its exceptional styling, design, innovation, and safety features. Leading the industry with the patented Toyota Safety Sense program, all models come standard with ten passenger airbags, designed to provide maximum protection to all passengers. The Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) system combined with the innovative Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA) provide a double layer of protection against vehicles approaching from the blind spot side or the rear. Approaching cross traffic will be signaled...
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Is the Toyota 86 Right For You? Yes!

The Toyota 86 is an incredible fastback coupe style vehicle that comes with an assortment of perks you won't want to miss. If you've been searching for the perfect car, but haven't found what you're looking for, you're in luck. The Toyota 86 could be exactly what you need.

This vehicle is fully equipped with a boxer engine designed to get you where you want to go. You want to go fast? You can with the sport-tuned suspension and rear-wheel drive. You'll have full control over the vehicle regardless of your speed as you…

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Toyota RAV4 Intelligent Light Control

After Toyota conquered the use of radar and camera information to provide advanced technological safety factors in their Cruise Control system and to detect pedestrian traffic, they moved into the dark of night to create another technological miracle. Observing the factors of oncoming traffic headlights and outgoing tail lights, the engineers devised a way to increase visibility at night.

At issue was the use of high-beam headlights to better illuminate areas in front of the vehicle. Rules outside the control of engineers govern the candlepower of headlights. However, they...

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Ride in Comfort in the Toyota Sienna

The Toyota Sienna is one of the most popular minivans on the market today. That's no accident. This minivan routinely outperforms its competitors in both style and functionality. With the Sienna, you and your family will be riding in comfort.

The Sienna features two power-sliding side doors and liftgate. There's also a dual-view entertainment center, so kids in the back don't have to fight over what to watch. You can screen two programs at once on a split screen. Or if there's something everyone in the back can agree on, you can combine them into one…

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Stay Safe by Learning How to Avoid Hydroplaning

Hydroplaning is one of the most common causes of auto accidents on wet roads. When your tires suddenly start gliding on water instead of gripping the road, you’ll instantly lose all ability to brake, steer or otherwise control your vehicle. Luckily, preventing hydroplaning is simple if you drive smartly.

Excessive speed and wet roads are a bad combination, which means you’ll want to reduce your speed during heavy rains or whenever the road is too wet. Accelerating too quickly can also cause you to hydroplane, which is why you should avoid trying to pass and keep your cruise…

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How Tire Rotation Prevents Blowouts

One way that you can avoid a tire blowout is by making sure to rotate them at regular intervals. Ideally, tires will be rotated each time you go in for an oil change or inspection. By keeping up a regular tire rotation schedule, they will wear in a more uniform manner.

When tires do not wear in an even manner, they may be prone to bulges or bubbles forming on the tread. This makes it harder for the tire to make proper contact with the road, which may result in less heat being transported away from it. 

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