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2013 Toyota Land Cruiser Base Sport Utility 4-door 5.7l on 2040-cars

Year:2013 Mileage:23016
Location:

Frankfort, Kentucky, United States

Frankfort, Kentucky, United States

This 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser comes with a Toyota Certified Warranty.

Toyota Certified Warranty Includes:

12-MONTH/12,000-MILE LIMITED COMPREHENSIVE WARRANTY

7-YEAR/100,000-MILE LIMITED POWERTRAIN WARRANTY

1-YEAR ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE

160-POINT QUALITY ASSURANCE INSPECTION

FREE CLEAN CARFAX VEHICLE HISTORY REPORT

WARRANTY IS HONORED AT OVER 1,400 TOYOTA DEALERSHIPS IN THE U.S. AND CANADA

 

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Todd`s Auto Repair ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service
Address: 317 Bradshaw St, Finchville
Phone: (502) 633-2939

Seibert Auto Svc & Towing ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Towing, Tire Dealers
Address: Southgate
Phone: (859) 635-9640

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Address: 4151 Kellogg Ave, Erlanger
Phone: (513) 871-3004

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Automobile Body Repairing & Painting
Address: 343 Farmington Ave, Brooks
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Address: 1132 E Saint Catherine St, Brooks
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Auto blog

Toyota responds to video of Highlander ramming house [w/video]

Thu, 18 Apr 2013

There are, as they say, two sides to every story, so after we posted a video on Monday showing what an owner claimed to be a case of unintended acceleration causing her Toyota Highlander to crash into a house twice, Toyota reached out to us revealing some additional information about the incident.
Following this crash, which took place back in November, Toyota had this Highlander inspected and pulled data from its Event Data Recorder (EDR), or Black Box as we've come to call it. Not only was this the first time we've seen a claim of unintended acceleration like this caught on video, but now, also a first, we have actual data showing what the vehicle itself recorded during this frightening ordeal.
Brian Lyons, Toyota Communications Manager for Safety and Quality, first gave us some information about the Highlander in question, including the fact that it was a 2012 model. The 2012 Highlander came from the factory with a brake override system, meaning it was not part of the company's initiative in 2010 to add the system to all 2011 models. Also, after looking at the data from the EDR, he said - as many of you pointed out in the comments for the previous post - that the "brake pedal was never touched." In the video, you can see that the crossover's brake lights never come on, and the EDR's data backs this up.

HQ move based on study, not pitch from Gov. Perry, Toyota says

Tue, 29 Apr 2014

Toyota's surprising announcement on Monday that it will move its North American headquarters from Torrance, CA location to the Dallas suburb of Plano, TX is allegedly not due to any political wrangling from the state's Republican governor, Rick Perry.
Perry (above) has been up front in his aggressive pursuit of businesses and jobs for Texas, traveling to California, Missouri, Illinois and New York to tempt corporations to his state. And it's not just about the promise of much lower taxes, a Perry spokesman reminds Automotive News that the state boasts, "a workforce that is skilled and ready to do any job."
For his part, Jim Lentz, Toyota's North American CEO said Plano was chosen through an internal process, with the location helped by its proximity to the company's massive pickup factory in San Antonio rather than any campaigning from the governor.

Toyota nears $40B cash reserve as calls grow for new investment, payouts

Wed, 05 Feb 2014

With the April 15 tax deadline just a few months away, our US readers will be faced with a decision should they get a refund: save or spend? It seems this issue is one many of us face whenever there's a windfall, trying to decide whether we should set the money aside in an account of some sort or use it as a down payment on a new car or a trip to the Apple store. Unsurprisingly, major corporations face a similar, albeit more complex, issue.
Take Toyota, for example. With President Akio Toyoda at the helm, the Japanese manufacturer has gracefully weathered recalls and natural disasters, all while turning beaucoup profits. Last quarter, profits quintupled to 434.4-billion yen ($4.3-billion USD), according to Bloomberg. Toyota also upped its forecast for the end of fiscal year 2013 (which ends on March 31 for Japan), to a record 1.9-trillion yen (about $18.8 billion). Now, the Japanese brand is reportedly sitting on a cash pile of nearly $40 billion, leaving Toyoda-san in an envious predicament - what should the company do with all that money?
Some think Toyota should be doing something, anything with that big stack of cash.