Toyota.ca offers several key benefits to the auto shopper: Easy and reliable access to Toyota products and services pricing information either by telephone, through the internet, or at a dealership Third party competitive comparison information from Autodata® Third party trade-in estimates from Canadian Black Book® The availability of pre-approved credit
We suggest that you visit a Toyota dealer or go to the Vehicles section of this website. To price a Toyota vehicle on-line, go to Build & Price where you can select a dealer and configure the vehicle of your choice.
A Toyota dealer is free to set its own selling prices for Toyota products and service.
No. At the present time, pricing is only available on new, unregistered Toyota vehicles. See your local dealer for pricing on dealer demonstrators.
You can find information on vehicle maintenance in your Owner's Manual Supplement, or go to For Owners > Service Your Vehicle > Maintenance Menu.
For information on the warranty coverage for your Toyota vehicle, please refer to your Toyota Owner's Manual Supplement or go to the Warranty section and select one of the available warranty options. If you have further questions, please go to Contact Us.
Please refer to your vehicle's Owner's Manual for detailed information pertaining to the Air Bag system.
Frequently Asked Questions What are the advantages of the Toyota website? I would like to purchase a Toyota vehicle. Where do I start? Can a dealer sell for less? Are dealer demonstrators available for purchase through the Toyota website? Where do I find information on the required maintenance for my Toyota vehicle? What is the warranty coverage on Toyota vehicles? Where can I find information on my vehicle's Air Bag system? Where can genuine Toyota parts be purchased? Genuine Toyota parts and accessories are sold through the Parts Department of Toyota dealerships. The Parts Personnel at your Toyota dealer can determine the availability and price of the parts and accessories required, and can assist in the processing of your order.
Here is a list of meanings of recent and current Toyota model cars, trucks and SUVs. Yaris Named after Charis, a goddess in Greek mythology, who was a symbol of beauty and elegance. "Ya" refers to the German expression of agreement, symbolizing the car's broad appeal in styling and representative of Toyota's next generation of global cars. Corolla Named after the outer envelope or crowning portion of a flower. Matrix Refers to a rectangular arrangement of rows and columns, which corresponds to the cross-functional nature, versatility and interior functionality of the vehicle. Prius Derived from the Latin prefix meaning "to go before". Camry Comes from kan-muri, the Japanese word for crown. Avalon Refers to a legendary island paradise in the western seas off the British Isles where King Arthur was carried. Evokes images of comfort, spaciousness and sophistication. Venza Venza is a combination of the words "venture" and "Monza," a city in Northern Italy with a racecourse named Autodromo Nazionare Monza. The name was chosen to represent venture, outdoor leisure and driving performance. Sienna Derived from the Italian city of Siena. RAV4 Recreational Active Vehicle with 4WD. Highlander Conveys power, energy and ruggedness. 4Runner Refers to a combination of 4-wheel drive and off-road runner. FJ Cruiser Comes from the FJ 40-series Land Cruiser first introduced in 1961. Sequoia Named after the great redwood Sequoia tree to convey strength, longevity and beauty. Tacoma Derived from a native word for snowy mountain. Chosen for its outdoor images of strength and power. Tundra Refers to a rugged terrain that conveys strength and robustness.
Dealerships are busy at different times of the day and week. Although every attempt is made to staff accordingly, there may be occasions when a customer is required to wait to speak with a Product Advisor. By pre-booking your appointment, you are assured that a Product Advisor will be available to help you at a time that best suits your schedule.