At AAA Car Buying, we believe that getting a great deal on a top-quality pre-owned Toyota goes hand in hand with fantastic customer service — and we encourage you to put us to the test. You’ll discover that our friendly consultants can quickly get you into a Toyota that meets your needs while providing a hassle-free shopping experience where you never even have to set foot in our showroom. That’s the intelligent way to treat today’s used-car buyers!
Toyota vehicles have a well-earned reputation for quality, safety, and efficiency, and those benefits carry over to the brand’s used cars, too. But pre-owned Toyota models also have another significant advantage: they cost less money than new ones. In fact, due to depreciation, almost any brand-new car will lose 20% to 30% of its value after only one year on the road. And that’s just for starters, since depreciation can typically reduce a new vehicle’s value by some 60% after five years in service. However, as a used-car shopper, you can flip that around and look for savings in roughly the same amount. Next, because it usually costs less money to insure lower-cost vehicles, your pre-owned Toyota will likely see more savings when it’s time to shop for coverage. You can shop with extra confidence, too, because it’s so easy nowadays to review used-vehicle history reports. These can tell you whether a pre-owned car has a past accident on its record, whether it’s been serviced regularly, and more.
Toyota is a top name in the auto world for technology, and not just because the brand offers so many high-tech hybrids. You can also enjoy an incredible range of safety and infotainment advantages that open up new worlds of digital convenience. (Just remember that exact features will vary by model.)
The Toyota lineup of used vehicles is as extensive as it is impressive, and the ones we list here are only the highlights. If you’re looking for a specific model that’s not in our current inventory, our consultants are happy to work with you to help find that Toyota of your dreams.
The very first Toyota car, the Model AA sedan, rolled off the line in 1936. However, the company had actually begun life years earlier as part of the Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, which originally built motors to automate the weaving process. (The change from “Toyoda” to “Toyota” was because the latter sounds better in Japanese.) Building on its popularity in Japan, Toyota expanded its business to the United States in 1957 with the opening of a dealership in California. Toyota sold 288 vehicles in the U.S. that year and never looked back. The millionth U.S. Toyota was sold in 1972, and in 1986, the company opened its first U.S. manufacturing plant. Today, Toyota remains one of the biggest auto brands in the country.