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If you're looking for a wide selection of Toyota vehicles in the Los Angeles area, you've come to the right place. Our expert staff is ready to help get you into a new car; come take a look at our 2016 Toyota RAV4 and 2016 Toyota Camry, or another Toyota that fits your needs. Take the time to browse our online inventory and even check out our Toyota vehicle reviews for more information. Once you've narrowed down the Toyota that you want, come to our dealership in Glendale to take a test drive with one of our friendly sales representatives. Are you worried about financing? Don't be! At Toyota of Glendale the financing process is easy. Fill out our online application and use our payment estimator to start your financing today! If you aren't finding the vehicle you're looking for, fill out the Car Finder application and our team at Toyota of Glendale will find and bring your car right to our dealership!
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Parking: Street, Self, On Site, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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I took my car here for a regular service, and was sorely disappointed. It was a basic service (oil change, tire rotation, basic inspection) and they managed to mess up 3 things. Given that they messed up the 3 things I could visually inspect in a regular service I had to wonder if they even did any part of the service. Now that the maintenance included with the purchase of the car is over, I won't be going back.

Manuel B.



Sales person was good to me but his boss the manager,who is armanian looked at me like he hated me and he did not try to make a deal with me. He just said we will call you later and I never seen him after that and I felt I was descriminated against.



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unprofessional internet sales manager

've had the worst experience. I negotiated a price on a new Prius over the phone/internet with their Fleet Manager, Mike Frasca. Throughout the process, I'd ask questions and he'd claim he didn't know how the system worked, was trying to respond but couldn't figure out how, etc.

Anyway, I get to a place where I am satisfied and an agreed upon price. Before I go into the dealership, I ask Mike to email me the full sheet of specs on the vehicle. (A few of the car buying tips sites say never to go into a dealership until you have the price, VIN and full specs (including car mileage) in writing before you go in. The next day comes and goes and there's no email from Mike. I send a message and don't hear back.

Meanwhile, I'm getting non-stop follow-up calls/emails from the other dealerships I reach out to. When no email arrives by midday on Saturday, I take another offer (at a higher price).

Cut to Monday -- Mike calls/texts asking me when I am coming in for the car. When i tell him he lost the sale b/c he didn't respond to my request, he calls me a liar. After we hang up, I start getting offensive/sarcastic texts from him, accusing me of being inconsiderate and a liar. I finally had to call Bosko, the sales manager (who was awesome, btw) to get Mike to stop texting me

I can't speak for the rest of the dealership, but stay away form this guy. Who harasses a lost customer over a 40k purchase?



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Unproffesional Sales people

I went to the dealership and was greeted at the door by this guy with very poor English. He looked me up and down, and asked me if I spoke Spanish. No problem there. What I did not like, is that he showed me the sticker price, and when I try to negotiate a better deal, he told me, that the sticker price was the only price that he could offer, and if I could not afford it, maybe I should look elsewhere.
Not much of a Salesman.

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