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2017 Toyota Avalon Turns Heads for All the Right Reasons

If you're in the market for a full-size sedan, we here at Stone Mountain Toyota would be quick to point you in the direction of ours, the 2017 Avalon.

Wondering why we would?

Then, the clip below has your name on it. Join the good folks over at Edmunds, as they take the Avalon out for a test run:

Arguably one of our favorites across the Avalon range, the mid-level XLE Premium model delivers the goods in just about every manner imaginable.

Standard equipment on this trim includes driver-seat memory settings, Qi wireless smartphone charging, a sunroof, a navigation…

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Toyota Receives Top Honor from Advertising Hall of Fame

At the 68th Annual Advertising Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies and Gala Dinner, Toyota was celebrated by the American Advertising Federation and given a once-in-a-lifetime honor. The automotive brand is the 2017 corporate inductee. It will join a respected group of eight brands, whose contributions to the art and business of advertising have transformed the landscape of the industry to become part of the broader American story.

“Day in and day out, we rally our agency teams to be inspired, to challenge each other, to innovate, to...
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Toyota April 2017 Sales Blossoms Since Last Year

In April, Toyota’s light trucks had one of their best sales months ever. SUVs sales blossomed by about nine percent, and the brand smashed April sales from last year.

“The industry’s appetite for SUV and light truck sales remains strong,” said Jack Hollis, group vice president and general manager of Toyota division. “Toyota continues to progress in aligning our mix with the industry, as seen by the exemplary month for our SUVs with...
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2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is Luxury Off-Roading at its Finest

The 2017 Toyota Tacoma is an efficient and affordable mid-size work truck, and if you opt for the top-tier TRD Pro, it can be an off-road lover’s dream. With a starting price of $24,320, many drivers looking for a reliable work vehicle choose the best-selling midsize truck in the U.S. But, the top-tier six-speed manual $40,960 TRD Pro is your best bet for outdoor adventures in hard to reach places.

The Tacoma TRD Pro Better than Ever

The TRD Pro comes with features designed to make off-roading a whole lot easier. Crawl Control is a form…

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Meet the Toyota C-HR at Stone Mountain Toyota

The C-HR is Toyota’s first subcompact SUV. Starting at $22,500, it gives the driver and his or her passengers a lot of needed space near the front and rear seats. The C-HR features two trims as well as a massive cargo area for things like suitcases, or your kids’ soccer equipment.

What Powers the Toyota C-HR?

The Toyota C-HR is driven by a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder Dynamic Force Engine featuring Toyota’s advanced Valvematic technology. It can also get up to 27 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. The transmission on the C-HR…

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Autotrader Cites '5 Reasons to Buy' 2017 Toyota Camry

Are you seeking a midsize sedan that's every bit as fun to drive as it is easy on the eyes? Well, if so, we here at Stone Mountain Toyota think you may well meet your match in ours, the 2017 Camry.

And why might that be?

Here now to deliver the need-to-know info is Autotrader reviewer Amanda Salas. Check the clip below to get her take on the Camry:

There are two unique engine options available on the Camry, both of which are tied to a six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.

The entry-level iteration, a 2.5-liter four-cylinder…

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2017 Toyota Highlander Has a Friend in MotorWeek

If you happened to catch this post from just last month, you now know that we here at Stone Mountain Toyota are altogether over the moon for our full-size SUV, the 2017 Highlander.

What you might not have known, however, is that our pals over at MotorWeek are equally as impressed by the Highlander.

What'd they like best? Check the clip below to find out:

So, you're seeking a swanky, upmarket vibe from the Highlander, huh? Well, then, the top-of-the-line Limited Platinum likely has your name on it.

Standard amenities on this iteration include a panoramic sunroof, automatic…

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Get Your Cracked Windshield Fixed

As you may guess the windshield is one of the most fragile parts of your vehicle. Because it is made from glass and made to withstand many different conditions it can often crack or break over time. If your windshield cracks or breaks it is incredibly important to have it changed immediately.

Not only is a cracked or broken windshield very unsightly but it can also be very unsafe. A cracked or broken windshield can cause you to see the road and other cars less clearly. This can be dangerous for you as well as your passengers and the other…
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Sets its Sights on the Compact Crossover Crown

When it comes to a class like the compact crossover -- one of the industry's most crowded and competitive -- it's not always easy for a vehicle to establish a name for itself.

Such is not the case, however, for ours here at Stone Mountain Toyota, the 2017 RAV4. This small SUV's long been a darling of both critics and consumers alike.

Yet, what makes it so? carwow pundit Mat Watson explains all in the clip below:

Climb about halfway up the RAV4's trim totem pole and it's there you'll be met by the sporty SE…

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Cars.com Tries Restyled 2017 Toyota Highlander on for Size

If you've been shopping the full-size crossover class, you may've discovered that you could use a helping hand.

Enter: your friends here at Stone Mountain Toyota.

We believe we possess the solution to your vehicular quandary -- and you'll find it in the form of our resident big-bodied SUV, the 2017 Highlander!

Check it out in the clip below. Cars.com critic Mark Williams is here to show you around:

Though the Highlander's entry-level engine -- an 185-horspower four-cylinder -- sure is nothing to sneeze at, it admittedly pales in comparison to its available upgrade, a 3.5-liter V6…

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