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As every Elizabeth City Toyota dealer knows, we need to be ready with answers for everything Toyota related. Drivers come to us with questions about everything from what safety ratings mean to vehicle mileage to whether they should lease or buy. We’ve worked hard to make sure we have those answers, but we’ve also noticed that some questions we get about Toyota cars are pretty similar. Today, we’re answering two of the most frequently asked questions we get here at Hall Toyota Elizabeth City. 

  • What’s Different About a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle? 

Whether on our website or at our dealership, you’ve probably seen that some of our used Toyota models are labeled as “certified pre-owned,” but you might not have known what makes those vehicles different from the rest of our used inventory. The main things that make a certified pre-owned Toyota car or SUV different are the condition and the warranty. Every certified pre-owned model was subject to a 160-point inspection to ensure the quality, and they all come with both a limited comprehensive warranty and a limited powertrain warranty – much like a new car. If you want a reliable car and backup coverage at used car prices, certified pre-owned is for you! 

  • How Do I Finance My New Toyota Car? 

Especially for first-time car buyers, financing can be intimidating. Luckily, we have a whole team of Toyota car experts serving Hertford, NC here to help! We can help you decide what loan term is right for you, and figure out what your monthly payments will be. We can even start helping right from our website, where you can begin your finance application and more! 

Hall Toyota Elizabeth City

This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the kinds of questions we get at your local Toyota dealership serving Camden, NC, and we’re ready with answers! Visit today to ask your questions about everything from the towing capacity of a Toyota truck to the safety features on a 2020 Toyota Corolla. Edenton, NC drivers are just a few answers away from the Toyota car they’ve been dreaming of! 

Categories: Finance, New Inventory