Category: Toyota Repair

Don’t Delay These Toyota Repairs

August 20th, 2021 by

Can’t It wait?: Timeliness Of Toyota Repairs — Dave’s Ultimate Automotive With busy schedules and tight budgets, some drivers are tempted to postpone needed repairs for their Toyotas. While this is fine for some things (the radio or cruise control, for instance), there are some repairs that should never be postponed. When your Toyota needs

How to Find a Toyota Mechanic

October 17th, 2020 by

Who Can Help Me With Toyota Service And Repair? — Dave’s Ultimate Automotive A recent Consumer Reports reliability survey showed that Toyota is the second highest-rated brand, maintaining its reputation for running well with few issues. As good as the brand is, like any kind of car, it will certainly need service and eventually need

5 Interesting Things About Toyota

March 5th, 2020 by

Did You Know? If you are looking for a Toyota repair shop in Central Austin, Texas, then Dave’s Ultimate Automotive is your shop. Not only do we understand your vehicle, but we also have a strong appreciation for Toyota as a brand. How much do you know about the company that made your car? Check

5 Toyota Fun Facts

February 26th, 2020 by

Things To Know About Your Vehicle Toyota is one automaker that has become a worldwide sensation due in part to its sleek designs and reliable vehicles. As an 80-year-old manufacturer, it has an interesting history that even die-hard fans of the brand may not be aware of. Are you ready to learn some fascinating tidbits

Never Repair Your Toyota Again!

February 17th, 2020 by

Get Ahead Of Major Repairs With Regular Maintenance If you own a Toyota, you likely know that they have an excellent reputation for reliability. If you take care of your vehicle well, you can probably avoid needing any significant repairs. Many Toyotas stay on the road for hundreds of thousands of miles. There are even

10 Fun, Interesting and Amazing Toyota Facts

February 28th, 2014 by

Raise your hand if you drive a Toyota! Did you do it? If you did, good for you for following directions even though nobody is around to hold you accountable. If you didn’t raise your hand and you do drive a Toyota, that’s OK, but you shouldn’t be ashamed of these quality Japanese automobiles, they