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If you want to buy a brand new Toyota vehicle (cars, trucks, vans SUVs), the New Toyota Washington DC dealer is everything you need. Their new website looks clean, the information is clear and concise. In fact, the web site looks like a newsletter. No unnecessary navigation, the incentive message is clearly displayed at the top, and an address is provided.

I’m not a huge fan of cars, but Toyota always rang a bell for me. That’s why I will comment mostly on the quality of their website. I, as a web designer and programmer, thought first that this web site is just a web newsletter promoting a business. However, the text content is clearly written, it is keyword-rich, and all the information I needed was above the fold. It was the text that made me scroll to the bottom and read everything.

I also checked out the inventory, and I wish I was in Virginia, because I would have definitely checked out the New Toyota Washington DC dealer.

I had a friend when I was younger who owned a Toyota, can’t exactly remember the model. But what I remember was that we were going everywhere in town with his Toyota, and I was amazed every day by that car. The engine roar, the shape, the visibility, the feeling I had inside, it was all part of the Toyota legacy.

Koons Toyota brings back that feeling with each and every vehicle in stock, be it a car, a van, a truck or a SUV. I could even buy myself that special Toyota model because Koons probably already has it or can get it if I really want it.

From now on, Koons will mean Toyota, and Toyota will mean Koons.

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3 thoughts on “Toyota Review

  1. I think Toyota is set to have another strong year in 2008-2009. There is a new rule in new york city, that all taxi’s and standard limos must convert over to fuel efficient cars, so they are being required to get Toyota’s as a result.

  2. This is a rather unusual post and quite nice for being so. Very good review of a sight from a professional point of view rather than from a consumer’s.

  3. Thanks, I just joined ReviewMe and I earned my first $15 for this review. I’ll do my best for reviewing objectively, and from a designer’s point of view.

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