Toyota sells — and builds — millions of vehicles each year in the United States, and they include cars, trucks, SUVs, minivans, and more. That means it’s easy to find one that meets your needs, your budget, and your own personal style. And for an even wider selection, you can expand your search to take into account the impressive used Toyotas sold at our El Cajon dealership. We’ll treat you with integrity and respect whether you come into our showroom or get started with an online visit.


Right off the bat, you can expect to pay a lot less for a pre-owned Toyota than for the same vehicle, with the same equipment, when it’s new. How much less? Well, most new vehicles lose their biggest chunk of depreciation, representing some 20% to 30% of their value, in their very first year on the road. So buying a used model means you let the first owner deal with the loss while you reap the benefit of a lower price. Another financial advantage comes when you go to insure your used Toyota and discover that the premiums are noticeably lower than for a similarly equipped new version. And not only does your cost go down, your bang for the buck goes up, since you’re enjoying the same Toyota features as the first owner but paying less money to enjoy them. You can also enjoy added confidence when shopping in the pre-owned marketplace thanks to vehicle history reports that can provide key background information about a car or truck’s past life. We want you to feel confident about our team, too, so we’re dedicated to doing things the right way.

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Toyota’s relentless focus on innovation is an important factor in the company’s success, and that commitment carries over to its used models. Leveraging the brand’s smart approach to driving is a great way to stay protected and connected on every drive you take. (Note: Exact features vary by model.)

  • Standard on almost every recent Toyota model is a Safety Sense package that provides superior peace of mind with automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, and more.
  • Advanced Toyota features like head-up displays and camera-based digital rearview mirrors can add an even higher level of driver assistance.
  • Like many companies, Toyota provides a wide range of connectivity options like WiFi capability, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Bluetooth. Toyota then stands out as an early adopter of Amazon Alexa capability, too.
  • Take full advantage of digital features like those by relying on wireless charging.
  • HD rear-seat entertainment systems and the Driver Easy Speak in-cabin PA system are perfect for tech-savvy families on the go.
  • Toyota’s hybrid technology brings fantastic fuel-economy benefits across the lineup.


As a full-line automaker, Toyota can satisfy your transportation needs in nearly every segment of the industry, from subcompact cars to full-size trucks. What they all have in common is Toyota’s dedication to delivering vehicles that you can count on each time you get behind the wheel. For example, check out the popular pre-owned models listed below:

  • The Toyota Prius, Prius v, Prius c, and Prius Prime are a few of the brand’s hybrid pioneers that showcase versatility and fuel economy alike.
  • That same fuel-saving tech can also be found on rugged SUVs like the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid and Toyota Highlander Hybrid.
  • Body-on-frame SUVs like the Toyota 4Runner and the legendary Land Cruiser let you enjoy serious off-road capability.
  • The company’s full-size and midsize trucks, the Toyota Tundra and Tacoma, are available with multiple cab styles and bed lengths to help you conquer nearly any challenge.
  • Hardcore enthusiasts will love to get their hands on the Toyota GR Supra with up to 382 hp, while the Toyota 86 boasts true rear-wheel-drive performance in a more affordable package.
  • With cars like the Toyota Corolla, Camry, and upscale Avalon, all with optional hybrid powertrains, this is one company that hasn’t forgotten about sedan lovers.
  • The Toyota Sienna is among the highest rated minivans on the market today and even offers all-wheel drive.


Founded as an extension of the Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, which was originally manufacturing engines to automate the weaving process, the Toyota Motor Company began its life in the early 1930s and introduced its first car, the Model AA sedan, in 1936. The company was incorporated soon after as the Toyota Motor Co. since that sounded better in Japanese than “Toyoda.” Toyota began business in the United States in 1957, opening its first dealership a bit north of El Cajon, in Hollywood, Calif. Although the company sold only 288 vehicles that first year, it soon caught on with consumers and sold its millionth U.S. vehicle in 1972. By 1976, Toyota was the No. 1 import brand in the country — a position it still holds today.








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