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What exterior color options are available for the 2020 Toyota Corolla?

With the recent announcement of the all-new 2020 Toyota Corolla comes a lot of excitement and anticipation for all the new features and improved capabilities. Of course, along with the improvements being made for the 2020 Corolla, we can also expect a great selection of paint color options. So far, we know about 8 colors available for the new Corolla, including one brand-new option. Check them out below! Read the rest of this entry >>

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What can we expect from the 2020 Toyota Camry TRD?

Bold and daring, Toyota has taken on-road performance to the next level with TRD variations of both the Camry and Avalon. Year after year, Toyota continues to pull out all the stops for its models, and we are thrilled with this recent inclusion. That’s why we wanted to highlight some of the key features and capabilities of the 2020 Toyota Camry TRD. Read the rest of this entry >>

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Restaurants Open Thanksgiving 2018 around San Francisco, CA

Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends and reflect on what you’re grateful for. And for many, cooking a huge meal can put a damper on things. Fortunately, many restaurants choose to offer a delicious Thanksgiving meal that you can enjoy without putting in all the effort. Here are some of the restaurants around San Francisco open on Thanksgiving Day this year. Read the rest of this entry >>

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Can you use lower or higher octane fuel than what is recommended for your vehicle?

Have you ever pulled up to the pump at a gas station and noticed the lower octane fuel is cheaper? Or perhaps you wondered if a higher octane fuel will help you achieve better fuel economy. If you’ve ever found yourself in one of these situations, we have some answers for you regarding whether you can use a lower or higher octane fuel than what is recommended for your specific car. Read the rest of this entry >>