Monday, February 6, 2017

Test Drive at Keyes Toyota

To the usual certainties about death and taxes, we can add one more thing you can be sure of: you'll never find the right car without a test drive. Those of you shopping for a new Toyota SUV or car around Los Angeles have probably done many of the right things -- talking to friends, researching online, comparing prices -- but until you actually get behind the wheel, you're missing out. Keyes Toyota explains why.

Why Test Drive a New Toyota Car?

If you've ever bought clothes or shoes online only to get them in the mail and find they didn't fit, you've already got some idea of where we're going with this. Cars are a bit like pants. You may think you know your "size," but you really don't know if the fit is right until you've tried on a Toyota Yaris or a new Toyota Sienna. What fits someone else perfectly just might not be right for you, regardless of how good the reviews are.

What Do You Need?

Taking a test drive is easy with a little preparation. First, think about how you drive (where you go most often, and who's with you when you do). Consider your budget. Narrow down a type of vehicle, like a sedan or an SUV. Gather any questions you might have come across in your research. Pick two or three new Toyota vehicles to compare, choose options you'd like to have so you can figure out a trim level, and then bring yourself and your license and registration to the Keyes Toyota showroom at 5855 Van Nuys Blvd in Van Nuys, CA.

Our sales staff will get you behind the wheel of the right model and trim that fits your budget. If you're trying to economize, we'll also help you get the most out of our used and pre-owned Toyota cars. Remember, we're here to help you. Be sure to ask about incentives, trade-ins, financing, and anything else that comes to mind.

If you've visited our blog or our website before, you know what comes next: we welcome you to your Los Angeles Toyota dealership for your test drive, especially now that you're fully equipped to do it the right way. Questions? Stop by today!

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