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Chances are your first car wasn't shiny and new. First cars are often previously owned or hand-me-downs. But now, it's time to reward all your hard work and determination with a reliable, affordable and fun to drive NEW car.
For over 40 years, we've helped Canadians drive home in Toyota vehicles – earning a reputation for quality, durability and reliability. When you're ready for Your First New Car, we can help you consider all of your options and find the Toyota that suits you best.
To begin, here are a few of the things that you may not have considered:
What type of driving do you do?
Depending on where you do most of your driving, you may have specific requirements. If you spend a lot of time on the highway then bolstered, adjustable seats and ride comfort may be a crucial requirement. If you like the road less travelled and everything the Canadian seasons can throw at us, you may want AWD or 4WD for advanced traction control. Driving mostly on city streets, you may want easy manoeuvrability and excellent fuel efficiency.
What safety features are important to you?
In addition to several Airbags (6 to 10 depending on the model), every new Toyota comes with the Star Safety System™ . If you're a new driver or are building your confidence, advanced safety features like a Backup Camera or Lane Departure Alert may heighten your confidence. And parents will appreciate child safety equipment like Child Locks and Child Seat Tethers.
What (or who) will you be bringing with you?
Whether it's just you and friends, or you and your family – including kids and a couple of pets – you'll need to transport them safely and securely. Plus, if your vacation plans include lots of luggage, or travelling with a trailer, you may need above average cargo capacity, flexible seating or towing capacity and a trailer hitch.
Where will your vehicle be parked?
Everyone's situation is different. If you live in an apartment, you may have to deal with underground parking – low clearance & tight spaces make interesting parking obstacles. If you have on-street parking at home or at work, you may want folding mirrors. If you're parking in a garage – will your vehicle fit? Is it long enough to fit the Tundra with the long box? Is it wide enough to park and get out of the vehicle?
Would a Hybrid vehicle be a good option?
Toyota's Hybrid lineup includes the Prius Family – the Prius, Prius c, Prius v and Prius Plug-in, plus Hybrid versions of the popular Camry and the Highlander.
When you've considered what vehicle features are most important – we can help you find the Toyota that meets your needs.