Toyota is one of the most popular automakers in the country, selling — and building — millions of vehicles each year in the United States. These critically acclaimed cars and trucks come in all shapes and sizes, and many driver favorites can be found at M&S Auto, where you’re always treated with respect and honesty. So when you’re looking for your next pre-owned vehicle, be sure to check out our top-notch Toyotas by visiting our showroom, whether it’s online or in person.
With almost any vehicle, choosing a used edition can save you thousands of dollars over a comparably equipped new model. Now, that may surprise you when you see how well-equipped some of our pre-owned Toyotas can be, but there’s just no getting around the fact that the typical car or truck can lose 20% to 30% of its value from its first year of depreciation. Of course, that’s great news for used-vehicle shoppers, who can save further because most insurance companies charge lower premiums to reflect that depreciation. Then, since you’re paying less for the same features that were full price when the car was new, you get more value for your money. To get more confidence in your decision, check out a used-vehicle history report that can let you know about any past accidents, previous service records, and possible recalls. And by shopping at M&S Auto, you can know you’re in the hands of one of Sacramento’s most trusted used-car dealerships.
A major reason behind Toyota’s popularity is that the company is focused on providing the sort of smart technologies that most modern owners simply can’t do without. These advantages can connect you and protect you on every drive you take. (Note: Exact features vary by model.)
Toyota has your back whether you’re camping out on the weekends, commuting during the work week, or carving the corners on your favorite twisty roads. With that in mind, here’s a quick rundown of popular pre-owned models to help you narrow down your choices: Hybrid pioneers, the Toyota Prius, Prius v, Prius c, and Prius Prime all showcase the brand’s smart approach to fuel efficiency That same fuel-saving tech isn’t limited to small cars, though. It can also be found on rugged SUVs like the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid and Toyota Highlander Hybrid. For serious off-road action, test drive body-on-frame SUVs like the Toyota 4Runner and the legendary Land Cruiser. The Toyota Tundra and Tacoma are the company’s full-size and midsize trucks, both showing off multiple cab styles and bed lengths to fit nearly any job or project. The Toyota GR Supra is a 382-hp thrill ride that will satisfy even hardcore enthusiasts, while the Toyota 86 that delivers true rear-wheel-drive performance in a more affordable package. Unlike some brands, Toyota continues to be focused on cars like the Toyota Corolla, Camry, and upscale Avalon, all of which are available with hybrid powertrains of their own. Family swagger comes easy in the Toyota Sienna that’s one of the highest rated minivans on the market today.
The Toyota Motor Corporation was founded in the early 1930s as an extension of the Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, which was originally manufacturing engines to automate the weaving process. The brand’s first car, the Model AA sedan, came along in 1936, and the company was incorporated soon after as the Toyota Motor Co. since that sounded better in Japanese than “Toyoda.” U.S. customers got their first taste of Toyota products in 1957 when a single dealership opened in Hollywood, Calif., and sold 288 units in its first year. The brand caught on with consumers and sold its millionth U.S. vehicle in 1972, and by 1976, it was the No. 1 import brand in the country — a position it still holds today.