Toyota has become one of the top brands for used-car shoppers in the Glendale area, and Future Auto Sales is here to help you find just the right one to meet your needs — financial and other-wise. We’re so confident in our process because it’s backed by more than 20 years of experience in treating customers right. We specialize in hassle-free financing, too, to make buying from us even easier. So whether you’re interested in a pre-owned Toyota truck, SUV, car or van, we encourage you to visit our showroom, online or in person, to get the ball rolling.
Toyota’s strong reputation for quality and reliability speaks for itself, and buying one of the company’s vehicles on the used-car market lets you tap into that heritage while saving money at the same time. Remember, due to depreciation, almost any brand-new car will start losing value as soon as you start driving it. In fact, depreciation will reduce the value of a typical new vehicle by 20% to 30% after one year and by some 60% after five. It can add up to a serious price reduction when that car is for sale as a used model, and you’re likely to see lower insurance costs on lower-priced cars as well. At Future Auto Sales, we’ll also boost your confidence in our pre-owned Toyotas by providing a free Carfax used-vehicle history report with each one. That can supply important information about a used car’s previous owners, past service records, prior accidents, and more.
Modern-day drivers prefer having smart technology along for the ride, and so does Toyota. As a result, even used Toyotas can fulfill your demands for digital convenience with advanced driver-assistance systems, intuitive infotainment, and high-tech hybrid powertrains. (Note that exact features will vary by model and year.)
Future Auto Sales has a unique philosophy when it comes to selling used cars, as our goal is to accommodate you, the customer, with outstanding service while providing you the highest quality automobiles at wholesale prices. And if there’s a specific used Toyota that’s on your shopping list, but not in our inventory, we can often work with you to track down the model you’re looking for.
Today’s Toyota traces its roots back to the late 1930s, when it was spun-off from the Toyoda family’s business building motors for automatic weaving machines. The new venture was incorporated as “Toyota” in 1937 — since that sounds better in Japanese then “Toyoda” — and quickly launched the Model AA sedan as its first car. By 1958, it was time for Toyota to expand to the United States. The brand’s first dealership was opened in Hollywood and sold all of 288 vehicles that year. Toyota soon took off in this country, however, and had sold its first million U.S. vehicles by 1972. Toyota’s first U.S. manufacturing plant opened in 1986, and the company is now well-established as one of the biggest auto brands in the country.