TRURO, Nova Scotia, April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When drivers make the commitment to purchasing a new vehicle, they want their decision to be backed by quality, longevity and reliability. Truro Toyota is serving drivers in the Halifax and Truro areas with two new Toyota models that fit the bill. An auto industry staple and redesigned favorite are showcasing their distinct performances in the dealership's impressive inventory.
Drivers have entrusted their safety in the Toyota Camry for decades. The vehicle's presence in the auto industry has continued to stand out, as evidenced by over 90 percent of the sedans sold in the last decade still operating on the road today. The vehicle boasts a ride that's equally as stylish as it is efficient, which means drivers are able to appear and perform confidently in the same vehicle.
The Toyota Corolla has also always been a top player in its class, but recent updates have made the vehicle an even more aggressive competitor. Adopting a more assertive performance and style updates, the 2014 Toyota Corolla will perform with more athleticism and sleekness than its prior model. The vehicle's cabin also received five more inches of rear legroom, which is a seemingly small detail that has actually thrust the vehicle to new highs in the compact sedan segment.
Toyota has strived to create a lineup of vehicles resilient enough to manage drivers' changing automotive requirements and preferences. The Camry and Corolla are long-standing class favorites that are predicted to maintain their place on the road and in drivers' minds for years to come.
Both vehicles are available for purchase at Truro Toyota. To ensure they're selecting the vehicle best fit for their needs, drivers are able to test drive each vehicle prior to making a final decision. Drivers can schedule a test drive online or by contacting the dealership directly.
Media Contact: Christian Thompson, Truro Toyota, (902) 895-9000, firstname.lastname@example.org
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