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2002 Toyota Rav4 Base Sport Utility 4-door 2.0l on 2040-cars

Year:2002 Mileage:107539
Location:

Catoosa, Oklahoma, United States

Catoosa, Oklahoma, United States

Responsibly driven vehicle owned by personal friend. Mechanically the car has been serviced and maintained in proper order. 
This automobile has been appraised by Auto Appraisal Group Inc. and their appraisal and pictures are attached.

Auto Services in Oklahoma

Stillwater Safety Lane ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Mufflers & Exhaust Systems, Automotive Tune Up Service
Address: 2010 S Main St, Coyle
Phone: (405) 372-7054

Standard Machine ★★★★★

Automobile Parts & Supplies, Welders, Hose Couplings & Fittings
Address: Cameron
Phone: (918) 423-9430

Russell`s Wheel Alignment & Brake Service, LLC ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Wheel Alignment-Frame & Axle Servicing-Automotive, Wheels-Aligning & Balancing
Address: 13344 S 289th East Ave, Coweta
Phone: (918) 486-5268

Roberts Len Enterprises Inc ★★★★★

Used Car Dealers, Wholesale Used Car Dealers
Address: 5100 N Rockwell Ave, Bethany
Phone: (405) 787-0715

Puckett`s Inc ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Body Repairing & Painting, Used Car Dealers
Address: 314 SW 29th St, Bethany
Phone: (405) 632-4401

Priest Brothers ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, New Car Dealers, Towing
Address: Snyder
Phone: (580) 355-6680

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Toyota makes $100M investment to boost Indiana Highlander production

Mon, 25 Aug 2014

Toyota has announced that it will be making a $100 million investment in its Princeton, IN factory in a bid to increase production of its popular Highlander CUV. The move will create 300 new jobs by 2016 and increase the total number of crossovers the plant can produce by 30,000.
Toyota currently builds the Highlander, alongside the fullsize Sequoia, at Toyota Indiana's West Plant. The additional capacity, though, will be sent to the East Plant, which is currently responsible for production of the recently refreshed Sienna minivan.
"The Highlander has been a great product for our plant," Toyota Indiana President Norm Bafunno said in a statement. "Establishing Highlander as the 'bridge vehicle,' as we call it, between the East and West plants increases our ability to meet customer needs for our outstanding products. This exciting news is a true testament to the capability of our hard-working and dedicated team members."

Toyota plans biggest stock buyback in over a decade

Tue, 01 Apr 2014

At the end of December, 2013 Toyota had a cash stockpile of 1.8 trillion yen ($17.5B US). As of March 31, at the end of its current financial year, company coffers are expected to swallow another 1.9 trillion yen ($18.4B US) in net profit - said to be a record sum for the Japanese automaker. In a gesture signaling a turnaround from the horrors of the global recession, Bloomberg reports that Toyota will buy back 60 million shares of its stock, as much as 1.89 percent of the company, for something like 360 billion yen ($3.5B US). It's the first buyback since 2009 and the largest buyback since 2003, when it spent roughly 390 billion yen ($3.8B US) repurchasing shares.
Company president Akio Toyoda founded the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), a non-profit that will support international groups working on transportation issues in emerging markets. Half of the stock that Toyota buys, 30 million shares, will be sold to the foundation via the Japanese Trustee Services Bank for one yen per share, the dividend providing the foundation's initial funding. The other 30 million shares will be canceled, a company spokesman telling Reuters that the company wants to reward shareholders.
Industry analysts have been asking Toyota to either return money to shareholders or invest in new factories, but Toyota has ruled out the latter. After getting burned with excess capacity when the financial crisis came, the company is focused on extracting efficiencies from the plants it already has. Toyota has said it plans to complete the buyback by June of this year.

Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race Scion FR-S [w/video]

Thu, 07 Mar 2013

Toyota has been hosting its Pro/Celebrity race at the Toyota Grand Prix on Long Beach since 1977. The charity event, which has raised millions of dollars over the years, traditionally pits Hollywood celebrities against professional athletes (including race car drivers) on the full Grand Prix course in modified street vehicles. The short, sprint-style race is popular with the crowds as the amateur drivers race uninhibited - the result is an action-packed race with plenty of excitement and automotive... er... carnage.
Over the decades, the drivers have raced a variety of Toyota products including last year's front-wheel-drive Scion tC. But this year, Toyota announced at the Chicago Auto Show that the new rear-wheel-drive Scion FR-S would be stepping up to the plate. The good news only became better when Toyota Motorsports invited us out to Southern California's Willow Springs Raceway (the same circuit where the drivers train and practice) to be one of the first behind the wheel.
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