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The Toyota Sienna and Peace of Mind

The Toyota Sienna is among the most commonly seen minivans everywhere these days. You probably know a family that has one in the garage. You probably know more than one family in that category.

The Toyota Sienna can wow you with all sorts of noteworthy components. When people think about this vehicle, they often picture serenity above all else. It has a power liftgate that can come in extremely handy for people who are managing numerous things at a time. You can use your reliable key fob to get into the power rear liftgate. This process is lightning fast, too…

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The New RAV4 Gets Even Better

Isn't it great when something that is popular for it's great features becomes even better? Well, that's just what's happening with the Toyota RAV4. Toyota has taken the design that so many have loved for years, and they've managed to make it even better. With some of the latest technology, like a blind spot monitor and lane departure with steering wheel assist, the RAV4 is even safer than ever.

The blind spot monitor lights up a signal on the side mirror when there is a vehicle where you might not see it. Also, the lane…

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Alignments - Put Them on Your Schedule!

The bad thing about alignments is that we don’t often realize we needed one until we notice a problem like premature wear and tear on tires, bad ball joints or something similar. If you’d like to learn more about alignments or schedule a wheel alignment at Wills Toyota, we have qualified service techs on hand ready to service your vehicle.

Your vehicle should have a wheel alignment any time you have new or different tires installed and balanced. A well-aligned vehicle will provide you with a good and safe ride. Due to the many rough roads we drive…

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Understand the Safety Ratings of the Toyota Tundra

The Toyota Tundra has been one of the all-star truck models for the car brand for over a decade. Now, these vehicles come standard with a powerful V8 engine, roomy seating, and the Toyota Safety Sense driver safety and assist system. The truck has been ranked as "good" by IIHS and a 4-star safety rating from NHTSA.

The Tundra is packed with new car detection features such as park assist sonar, which helps drivers by warning them if a hit or object is near the car while parking. This is especially helpful for larger trucks like the Tundra. The new…

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Check Out Special Features in the New Toyota Camry

The ambiance in the new Toyota Camry is mesmerizing. The quality of materials received an upgrade in the most recent re-design of the Toyota Camry. The built-in features are all about the driver's comfort, but space and audio system make it a great passenger experience as well.

The new Camry seats five people in the sedan. While standard versions come with cloth upholstery, there are upgrades available in LE, XSE, and XLE models. There is a greater sense of style in the latest version of the Camry, and the touch-screen monitor with voice-activated features makes it a safe and…

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Transfer Case Maintenance Can Enhance Stability

A transfer case is a mechanism that manages how automotive components implement shifting procedures when different driving modes are used. If a case has a problem, a car may develop stability issues. Depending on the hardware, passengers in a cabin might feel rumbling while the equipment interacts with gears in order to modify the main driving mode.

When a transfer case operates inefficiency, there may be something on the components. In most cases, debris or grime is usually the issue, as environmental elements typically build up on metal surfaces underneath an automobile over time.

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Don’t Forget to Top Off Your Gas This Winter

There may be a few debates concerning the wisdom of keeping a full gas tank. However, there’s no reason why you can’t err on the side of caution and keep your tank filled up. The fuel lines of today’s cars may freeze up due to condensation. While that may not be as likely as days gone by, it’s always a possibility.

When full tanks are near empty, the fuel pump may suck in air. Over time, this can damage the fuel pump and lead to expensive repairs. Also, the last thing anyone wants to do is…

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Be Prepared for Ice and Snow

A friendly message from Wills Toyota to Twin Falls, ID residents: When it comes to products that can be used to help an icy or snowy conditions in the winter, many times people turn to sand, salt, and kitty litter. Which should you select?

There are benefits from using each one of these products. For example, sand is relatively inexpensive and when spread under a car's tire, it is abrasive enough to give a car traction. Salt is a little bit more expensive to buy and it melts snow and ice in temperatures down to 17 degrees Fahrenheit. 

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