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Cowboy Toyota Takes First Look at 2013 Toyota RAV4

The Toyota RAV4 is a SUV that has been popular in the Dallas area and around the world since its inception in 1994. While the RAV4 is reliable and demonstrates the high-quality build of all new Toyota models, it's long been overdue for a refresh, as its third-generation model was introduced in 2005. Of course, Toyota agrees, and is planning to introduce a redesigned model for 2013. Here at Cowboy Toyota, we saw some?

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Toyota Grabs U.S. Market Share, Continues Strong Sales Trends

This past May was a very strong month for Toyota. Since the rebuilding process began after being struck by many unforeseeable events, including the devastating earthquake, the Japanese automaker has made huge strides towards making it back to the top. The latest numbers from Toyota continue to indicate that new Toyota vehicles available to drivers in the Dallas, Texas area are finding their way into the garages of America once again.

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Toyota Earns 3 High Honors from Total Car Score

Total Car Score an automotive ranking and model-comparison website has recently released their first-ever "Top Scoring Car Awards". And, Cowboy Toyota is proud to say that Toyota took three high honors.

Specifically, the 2012 Toyota Camry (currently the most popular car in the U.S.) earned a "Top Scoring Car Award" within the Midsize Sedan/Wagon segment. The 2012 Toyota Avalon received an award in the Large Sedan/Wagon category. And the 2012 Toyota Tundra?

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Is Toyota Planning a Fifth-Generation Supra After All?

From 1978 through 2002, the Toyota Supra was the name in Japanese performance cars. The sports car had a great run up until ten years ago, when Toyota decided to close the door on that chapter of its lineup. The thing about doors, though, is that once they're closed, they're not always closed for good. And Toyota appears to be turning the knob ever so slightly, as to hint at the possible return?

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Toyota Brings New Sedan to New York

We're only three months into 2012 but already auto enthusiasts have given the 12-month span of time a nickname: the year of the sedan. Why is this so? Largely because of the number of  versatile, fuel-efficient sedans that are streaming from the factories of automakers across the board. Of course, Cowboy Toyota has its eye on one in particular.

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Akio Toyoda Gets a New NASCAR Experience

Toyota and NASCAR have been tied together for quite some time now. The automaker has taken many new Toyota production vehicles and turned them into racing variants for various NASCAR competitions over the years. But never, in the history of the partnership, has Toyota President Akio Toyoda made his way to the tracks...up until now that is.

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Discovery and Toyota Host Enlightening Safety Documentary

Potentially life-saving technologies such as those found in new Toyota vehicles have made extraordinary strides for driver/passenger safety. But a simple little thing called safety education can go a long way in keeping your loved ones protected as well. Toyota understands this. That's why the automaker has partnered with the Discovery Channel to present a full-length documentary called Life Behind the Wheel.

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Prius Prompts Toyota Sales Goal Increase

Nothing gives us more confidence in this year's sales success than seeing our favorite automaker up its company-wide sales goal. Increasing its original predictions by 100,000-units, Toyota now says it will sell 8.58-million vehicles by then end of 2012. What prompted the increased forecast? None other than the game-changing Toyota Prius and its popular family of hybrids.

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Toyota Wants to Help You Help Our Environment

With its innovative line of Toyota Prius hybrids and its ever-evolving technologies, Toyota is easily one of the largest proponents of environmental protection in its field. But the automaker knows it takes more than just one company to help save the earth; it takes a whole society of eco-conscious citizens. That's why Toyota has decided to help fund green-thumbed individuals with unique goals.

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