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Dealership reaches out to neighbors

NAPERVILLE, Ill., Feb. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Toyota of Naperville continues to be recognized dealerships by some of the top websites in the automotive industry for doing what comes naturally to them; treating customers with respect and understanding their needs. Providing a high level of customer service is just one element in grand scheme of things that have made Toyota of Naperville one of the most respected Toyota dealers in the area. Because of the entire staff's commitment to making the entire car-buying process easier in every aspect, Toyota of Naperville is always inviting residents of other communities to come to their facility and see how easily things can work when everyone works together.

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One of the biggest advantages Toyota of Naperville has over other Toyota dealers serving Peoria, IL is the sheer size of their inventory. Not only does Toyota of Naperville offer a full roster of vehicles that Toyota produces; but they also carry more than a fair amount of each model in their inventory in a number of different trims and color options. Simply due to the size and variety provided by the Toyota lineup, there is little to no chance that a customer will walk out of the Toyota of Naperville showroom without finding a reliable vehicle that accomplishes all of their needs and for a price that comfortably fits their budget.

Another strong point for Toyota of Naperville winning customers over a Toyota dealer serving Rockford, IL is the highly interactive website they have provided to their customers and potential customers. Almost every aspect of the Toyota of Naperville operation can be accessed in some way from their website. This includes a full array of constantly updated educational collateral that describes almost every Toyota model in the Toyota of Naperville inventory. In addition to working hard to make sure everyone understands the finer points of each Toyota vehicle, the online arm of Toyota of Naperville also works hard to compare each Toyota model against a competing model from another manufacturer to help make comparison shopping that much easier.

Finally, when it comes to servicing vehicles at Toyota of Naperville, the staff has a number of ways to make the process of getting one's car repaired more convenient that may not be offered at a Toyota dealership serving Champaign, IL. Not only does the service department at Toyota of Naperville only stock, sell and use original equipment manufacturer parts but they also offer some of the most convenient hours that including staying open later during the week and earlier on Saturdays. One of the places where the utmost customer convenience is reflected is the online appointment scheduling tool. The Toyota of Naperville service department understands that worst doesn't always happen during business hours; customers are free to make an appointment anytime and a qualified member of the service team will confirm the appointment as soon as possible.

The Toyota of Naperville showroom is located at 1488 West Ogden Avenue, Naperville, IL, 60540. Anyone with questions about vehicle availability or services offered at Toyota of Naperville should call 855-475-0344.

Media Contact: Tom Gregg, Toyota of Naperville, 855-475-0344, [email protected]

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