If you're searching for a full-size pickup in Dallas, consider the 2014 Toyota Tundra at Keith Orr Toyota. The new Tundra is built strong, powerful, and quick on its feet, and it definitely comes with a lot of advantages. Here are four important perks the Tundra offers:
1. Top Accolades
The Tundra won the best resale value in its class from Kelley Blue Book, was named a Best Bet by Cars.com, and has an overall rating of 4.5 stars on Edmunds.com. Plus, Polk recently honored the Toyota truck because over 90% of Tundras sold over the last ten years are still on the road. The Tundra is able to earn awards easily thanks to its outstanding features, superior protection, and the satisfaction it brings consumers.
2. Unbeatable Power
The Tundra's available 5.7-liter and 4.6-liter V8 engines as well as its available 4.0-liter V6 engine offer plenty of verve and capability on the road. If you're looking for a truck that delivers power and exceeds performance expectations, you're going to want one like the 2014 Tundra, which can produce up to 381 horsepower and 401 lbs.-ft. of torque.
3. Sophisticated Safety
The new Tundra comes with high-tech safety specs like a backup camera and Toyota's Star Safety System, which includes stability control, traction control, an anti-lock braking system, brake assist, and more. Plus, the Tundra also boasts important, advanced safety features like LATCH anchors for children's seats and a tire pressure monitoring system.
4. Ultra-Modern Technology
With the new addition of Entune, the Tundra connects occupants to a suite of apps that includes a number of audio streaming options, Bing, MovieTickets.com, OpenTable, and more. Additionally, Entune offers access to information about traffic conditions, the weather, news, and sports. Other useful specs like controls mounted to the steering wheel and a USB interface make staying connected to entertainment in the Tundra more convenient.
If you're interested in the 2014 Tundra at Keith Orr Toyota, we encourage you to try out our complimentary trade-in valuation tool and stop by our dealership soon!
Every new Toyota we sell at Keith Orr Toyota in Dallas comes with ToyotaCare and ToyotaCare 24-Hour Roadside Assistance. ToyotaCare is offered at no cost to our customers for the first two years they own their Toyota or for the first 25,000 miles of their Toyota's life (whichever comes first). Toyota is one of the very few automakers with a maintenance program like this. In case you're wondering, here are some of the incredible benefits that come with the ToyotaCare program:
1. You won't have to worry about your car's fluid levels.
With ToyotaCare, your local Toyota service center will check and balance out your motor oil, transmission fluid, antifreeze, power steering fluid, windshield wiper fluid, and brake fluid levels for free for as long as you're covered.
2. Oil changes are on us.
During your ToyotaCare coverage period, we'll change your engine oil and replace your oil filter at no cost to you. Getting an oil change has never seemed so appealing!
3. We'll cover tire rotation.
Rotating your tires ever 7,500 miles or so can increase the life of your tire tread, increase your car's fuel efficiency, and improve its overall performance. We'll rotate your tires and refill them with air as needed for free as long as you're still covered by ToyotaCare.
4. Multi-point inspections are complimentary.
During our multi-point inspections, our service center technicians check your air filter, cooling system, axle boots, hoses, shock absorbers, windshield wipers, drive belts, and more. We identify any issues or potential issues, ultimately saving you money and trouble in the long run.
5. We've got your back on the road.
ToyotaCare includes 24-hour roadside assistance, which means we'll be at your side if you need someone to jump your battery, need help with a flat, run out of gas on the road, or accidentally get locked out of your car. With our roadside assistance program, you can lose the worry!
Think you might be interested in a new Toyota with ToyotCare at Keith Orr Toyota? Schedule a test drive with us today!
The 2014 Toyota Tacoma is already making quite the impression on the road in Dallas. If you're considering your compact pickup truck options, Keith Orr Toyota thinks you should keep these amazing things about the new Tacoma in mind:
1. Capable and Efficient Engine Options
Whether you opt for a model with a 4-cylinder engine or a V-6 engine, you'll find the Tacoma more than capable on the road. V-6 engines produce 266 lbs.-ft. of torque and boast a towing capacity of up to 6,500 lbs. And 4-cylinder engine options produce 180 lbs.-ft. of torque and offer a towing capacity of up to 3,500 lbs.
2. State-of-the-Art Safety Technology
A six standard airbag system, vehicle stability control, traction control, an anti-lock braking system, electronic brake-force distribution, and brake assist are just a few of the safety specs that expertly help keep occupants protected in the new Tacoma.
3. A Bed That Exceeds Expectations
The new Tacoma's truck bed is made up of fiber-reinforced, sheet-molded composite, which allows it to glisten in the sunlight and provide better impact strength than any other bed material, including steel. Additionally, the 2014 Tacoma's bed offers a secret storage department and plenty of rails, rings, and hooks to maximize its usefulness.
4. All the Entertainment Technology You Need
Auxiliary input and USB ports, Entune audio, a 6.1-inch touchscreen, and Bluetooth connectivity are some of the standard features in all new Tacoma models. Optional specs like HD and satellite radio, Pandora compatibility, and a seven-speaker stereo system amplify the entertainment experience in the Tacoma.
Ready to experience all of the amazing things we've outlined in this article in a 2014 Tacoma? Schedule a test drive with us at Keith Orr Toyota!
Keith Orr Toyota, your DFW Toyota dealer, is excited to announce a new concept car that debuted at the Detroit Auto Show last month: the Toyota FT-1. The FT-1 is a stunning coupe concept that signals Toyota's potential interest in getting back into the business of selling sports cars.
The FT-1 was a sight to behold at the Detroit Auto Show with a brilliantly curved body, wide fenders, and a visually striking wraparound windshield. It is slightly reminiscent of earlier Toyota sports car models like the Supra and Celica but definitely has its own 2014 flair and modern finishing touches. In terms of performance features, the FT-1 is equipped with a turbocharged, 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder engine, rear-wheel drive, and a rear-mounted transaxle.
According to the rumor mill, the FT-1 concept may materialize on the road as a re-vamped version of the Supra. The Supra was a sports car produced by Toyota from 1978 to 2002. As Toyota positioned itself as a leader in the compact car and mid-size sedan market in the 2000s in North America, the automaker phased out sports cars like the Supra and Celica.
If Toyota does, in fact, release the FT-1 as the Supra at some point during the next few years, it'll be exciting to see how the public responds. Toyota has definitely built a name for itself as a maker of high quality, practical vehicles like the Camry and Corolla. Although previous versions of the Supra and Celica were relatively popular, they weren't necessarily as successful as their more practical siblings.
We think the FT-1 will definitely attract a following, though. There's a lot to like about this new sports car concept, and we're always excited about any innovation Toyota brings to the table.
Keith Orr Toyota will keep you posted with the latest Toyota news and news about the FT-1. Visit our blog often for more of the inside scoop from the exciting world of Toyota! Oh, and if you're considering your new car options in the Dallas area, be sure to schedule a test drive in one of our 2014 Toyotas!
Looking for a car that'll cost you less than $10,000? Keith Orr Toyota in Dallas always has quite a few on hand. Here are some of our favorite vehicles for under $10K that we have in stock right now:
This 1995 Toyota Camry is not going to stick around at our dealership for very long at all. It drives like a champ and includes important features like power steering, power windows, remote trunk release, and a 2.2-liter, 4-cylinder engine.
Want F-150 power and capability for a fraction of the price? Consider this 1997 Ford truck. With 5-star safety ratings, anti-lock brakes, power steering, and more, you'll be amazed by just how much this pickup will enhance your life as a driver.
You'll look cool in this VW Beetle, and you'll feel safe and confident on the road. It comes with an anti-theft system, power steering, heated outside mirrors, an anti-lock braking system, daytime running lights, dual airbags, and more.
This is a perfect choice for a professional who needs a reliable, efficient car to get to and from work every day. With amazing features like front wheel drive, 4-star safety ratings, power steering, and 3-point rear seatbelts, it's no surprise the 2006 Focus was recommended by Auto Pacific, Intellichoice, Edmunds, and the Consumer Guide.
This Kia subcompact only comes with 82,525 miles and will make you feel brand new on the road. Power steering, power outlets, side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system are just a little bit of what this Kia Rio brings to the table.
These five vehicles are in excellent condition and ready to hit the road. They won't be at our dealership for long. So, visit Keith Orr Toyota soon! And feel free to inquire about our other pre-owned vehicles under $10K. We have quite a few more at our dealership right now, and we're always getting new inventory. Oh, and please don't hesitate to try out our trade-in calculator if you're wondering how much you can get for your current vehicle!
Keith Orr Toyota, your Plano and Dallas Toyota dealer, would like to outline some of the many things there are to love about the 2014 Toyota Corolla. Here are seven exceptional things the 2014 Corolla offers:
1. Available SofTex seats
The Corolla’s available SofTex seats are made out of high-tech materials to ensure your comfort. They’re water-resistant, stain resistant, and feel like leather (except they’re made to be a lot more durable than leather).
2. Available Entune Premium Audio
This feature allows you to access a suite of apps, a navigation system, media content, and content from your smartphone right from a 6.1-inch, touchscreen display. Entune makes staying connected in the Corolla easy.
3. Standard Bluetooth connectivity
Whether or not you decide to purchase a Corolla with Entune, you’ll have access to all the smartphone content you crave with the Corolla’s standard Bluetooth connectivity.
4. Steering wheel controls
In a new Corolla, you can flip through apps and Pandora stations and even answer your phone right from your steering wheel.
5. Eight standard airbags
The 2014 Toyota Corolla is equipped with front and rear side curtain airbags, front seat-mounted side airbags, driver knee airbags, and passenger seat-cushion airbags. Who doesn’t want a car with the latest airbag technology?
6. Toyota’s Star Safety System
This safety system enhances traction, braking, and other necessary functions to better ensure your safety and help prevent accidents.
7. Four different models to choose from
There’s a Corolla for everyone. The L model is the most budget-friendly. The LE model is perfect for someone craving some extra technology. The LE Eco version will save you big-time on gas with a fuel economy rating of 42 mpg. And the S model offers a number of nice extras like integrated fog lights and a leather-trimmed steering wheel.
If you think you might be interested in a 2014 Toyota Corolla model, schedule a test drive at Keith Orr Toyota!
Wondering about the pros and cons of both the 2014 Toyota Corolla and 2014 Honda Civic? Keith Orr Toyota, your DFW Toyota dealership, wants to fill you in! Here are some things you should know about the reliability, warranties, and ergonomics of these two new, compact cars:
2014 Toyota Corolla Reliability and Warranty
In general, Toyota vehicles rank very highly in terms of reliability. J.D. Power and Associates ranks Toyotas third in the U.S. market in their reliability survey. This means, on average, that the new Toyota Corolla is less likely to have issues than many of its compact car competitors. If the new Corolla does experience any mechanical or technical issues, getting those issues fixed is relatively simple. For the first two years or 25,000 miles, Corollas come with free roadside assistance and complimentary scheduled maintenance.
2014 Honda Civic Reliability and Warranty
Although Hondas are generally considered reliable cars, they don’t quite measure up to Toyotas. In fact, J.D. Power and Associates ranks Hondas 7th in the U.S. market in terms of reliability, behind Toyotas. This means the 2014 Honda Civic could have a greater number of mechanical issues than the 2014 Toyota Corolla. It’s also important to note that the 2014 Honda Civic does not come with free roadside assistance or complimentary scheduled maintenance for the first two years or 25,000 miles.
2014 Toyota Corolla Ergonomics
The 2014 Toyota Corolla definitely isn’t lacking in terms of roominess. It comes with 42.3 inches of front legroom, 53 inches of front hip room, and a whopping 54.8 inches of rear shoulder room and more overall leg, hip, and shoulder room than most vehicles in its class. Additionally, the 2014 Corolla offers 13 cubic feet of trunk space and folding rear seats that are split to accommodate different types of cargo as well as passengers easily.
2014 Honda Civic Ergonomics
Although the 2014 Civic does offer some ergonomic perks like a remote vehicle starting system, it’s not quite as comfortable and roomy as the 2014 Toyota Corolla. In fact, it comes with .3 inches less front legroom, 2.5 inches less front hip room, and 1.5 inches less rear shoulder room. Furthermore, its trunk is a little smaller than the Corolla’s: 12.5 cubic feet. Plus, its rear seats aren’t split to accommodate various shapes of cargo.
The benefits mentioned above are just some of what there is to like about the 2014 Toyota Corolla. Visit us at Keith Orr Toyota to learn more about this popular compact car, and don’t forget to try out our trade-in calculator!
Looking for a reliable, efficient compact car in the Dallas area? You may be considering both the 2014 Toyota Corolla and the 2014 Nissan Sentra. Keith Orr Toyota, your DFW Toyota dealer, wants to assist you as you decide on the best vehicle for your needs. Here are some important things you can take into consideration if you’re choosing between the new Corolla and the new Sentra:
2014 Toyota Corolla Overall Performance
The 2014 Toyota Corolla’s 1.8 DOHC 4-cylinder engine produces an amazing 140 horsepower, allowing for quick, smooth acceleration and a powerful feel on the road. Combining power and efficiency, the new Corolla’s engine also allows for up to 42 miles per gallon on the highway in select models. Safety features like daytime running lights and whiplash injury lessening seats help the Toyota qualify as one of the safest vehicles on the road. Plus, Bluetooth wireless connectivity means entertainment is at your fingertips in the Corolla.
2014 Nissan Sentra Overall Performance
Although things like LED brakelights, variable intermittent windshield wipers, and 16-inch wheels allow the Sentra to outperform many of its competitors, the car can’t quite hold a candle to the Corolla. The 2014 Sentra’s 1.8 DOHC 4-cylinder engine only produces 130 horsepower. Additionally, the Sentra only gets a maximum of 39 miles per gallon on the highway and does not offer features like daytime running lights, whiplash injury lessening seats, or Bluetooth wireless connectivity (unless the car buyer pays extra).
2014 Toyota Corolla Reliability and Economic Advantages
J.D. Power and Associates rates Toyota vehicles above the industry average in terms of long-term quality and reliability. Furthermore, Intellichoice estimates that the 2014 Corolla will retain up to 61.31% of its original value after five years of ownership, and The Complete Car Cost Guide estimates that insurance will cost Corolla owners up to $1255 less than Sentra owners over the course of five years. It should also be noted that Toyota pays for scheduled maintenance on the Corolla for up to two years or 25,000 miles.
2014 Nissan Sentra Reliability and Economic Advantages
The starting price of the Nissan Sentra is a little less than the Corolla and many other competitors in the compact car class. However, the Sentra won’t save its owner as much as the Corolla in the long run. Intellichoice estimates that the 2014 Sentra will retain only up to 52.61% of its original value after five years. And, as previously mentioned, it costs a bit more to insure the Sentra. Additionally, Nissan does not offer complimentary scheduled maintenance for any of its vehicles.
We always recommend taking a test drive in a car before making a purchasing decision. If you’re interested, be sure to schedule a test drive in a 2014 Toyota Corolla at Keith Orr Toyota!
The holiday season is winding down, but it's still cold outside in DFW! In fact, this has been one of the coldest winters we've had for quite a few years, and it seems like cold temperatures are here to stay, at least for the next couple of months. Unfortunately, chilly temperatures can be hard on your car. Here are some service tips from Keith Orr Toyota, your DFW Toyota service center, to help you make sure your wheels make it through the rest of winter without a hitch:
Check your car's power source.
A dead car battery is never fun, especially when it's freezing outside. Cold temperatures and constant use of either your car's heater or defroster can take a toll on your otherwise healthy car battery. If you notice your car hesitating a little bit when you start it up, this could be a sign of a battery on its way out. If you suspect any battery issues, consider getting it checked out and consider investing in a new one.
Make sure fluid levels are optimal.
Your car's anti-freeze levels and oil levels can be affected by fluctuations in temperature. To prevent unnecessary trouble, make sure you get these checked. Keep in mind that inadequate anti-freeze levels can do some serious damage to your engine. Luckily, preventing this damage is relatively easy if you take a proactive approach.
Inspect your tires regularly.
Abrupt dips in temperature can quickly and easily deflate your tires. So, it's a good idea to check tire pressure regularly. Additionally, tire tread is essential when the roads are icy. So, it's wise to make sure each of your tires has adequate tread to keep you safe on the road.
These are some of the most important things you should do to prepare your car for the rest of the winter. It's always best to take a proactive approach to car care, and Keith Orr Toyota wants to help you do just that. Stop by our DFW service center if you'd like help prepping your car for the next few months, and don't forget to download your service center coupon if your check engine light is on!
Keith Orr Toyota wants to help your family find the best minivan for your daily travels. Two popular, new minivan options in Dallas are the Toyota Sienna and Nissan Quest. In case you're wondering, here's how these two minivans compare in terms of safety and ergonomics:
2014 Toyota Sienna Safety
The new Toyota Sienna distinguishes itself with a number of safety features. Its front seatbelts tighten automatically during a crash to reduce injury. All-wheel drive allows the Sienna to maximize traction on slick or icy roads. Additionally, the Sienna is even safer with daytime running lights and a built-in communication system with integrated GPS that contacts emergency personnel in the event of an accident. It's no surprise that the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the Toyota minivan a "Top Pick."
2014 Nissan Quest Safety
Like the 2014 Toyota Sienna, the 2014 Nissan Quest has frontal, side-impact, and side-impact head airbags to protect drivers and front seat passengers. The Quest also has standard safety features like height-adjustable seatbelts, a plastic fuel tank, antilock brakes, and traction control. However, the new Nissan doesn't go above and beyond in the same manner as the Sienna in regards to safety. It lacks all-wheel drive, daytime running lights, tightening seatbelts, and a built-in emergency communication system.
2014 Toyota Sienna Ergonomics
Driving or riding in a 2014 Sienna is, without a doubt, comfortable and fun thanks to its ergonomics. Some of the minivan's noteworthy ergonomic features include wipers that adjust their speed based on rainfall volume, light sensors that automatically switch from low to high beams when another car is near, and dual-zone air conditioning that allows each of the front passengers to control his or her climate settings. Additionally, dynamic radar cruise control makes driving in the Sienna even simpler by automatically adjusting cruise control speed based on the distance of other cars. To top it all off, Entune allows occupants to access smartphone content and apps on the vehicle's included display screen.
2014 Nissan Quest Ergonomics
Although the Nissan Quest does boast a few ergonomic advantages, including armrest-mounted power mirror controls, it definitely doesn't outshine the Sienna in the ergonomics department. The new Quest does not come with rainfall-sensitive wipers, dual-zone air conditioning, dynamic radar cruise control, or a smartphone-compatible display.
If you think the Toyota Sienna could be a good match for your family, come take a look at one of the models at Keith Orr Toyota. If you're already a proud Sienna owner, claim your $500 Holiday Owner Loyalty Bonus now! Eligible customers must currently own or lease a Toyota/Scion/Lexus to qualify for this offer (proof required). This bonus is available from 12/18/13 to 1/2/14.