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Blazing New Trails

Toyota of Escondido is forging ahead in its attempt to tap into the $28 billion auto accessories market. Its guide will be a new program designed to get car buyers to explore the great outdoors.

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Ready to Charge Ahead

It’s clear that lenders and dealers are feeling good about the road ahead. The two sides met at the 2011 Vehicle Finance Conference to reaffirm the importance of their relationship.

Dealer Satisfaction With Lenders Improves, Survey Says

Lenders who are successful in satisfying automotive dealers by meeting key performance expectations are more likely to capture a greater share of preferred loan applications from their dealer network, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2010 U.S. Dealer Financing Satisfaction Study.

Digital Recognition to Help TFS Recover Skip and Fraud Vehicles

Digital Recognition Network (DRN) will provide Toyota Financial Services (TFS) with license plate recognition technology services to assist with its overall loss recovery strategy for locating skip and fraud vehicles.

College Graduates Offered a Break on New Toyota and Scion Vehicles

Toyota Financial Services (TFS), in partnership with Toyota Motor Sales, is offering qualified college graduates a $1,000 rebate toward the purchase or lease of select new Toyota vehicles, including the Corolla, Matrix, RAV4, Camry (excludes Camry hybrid), Tacoma, Yaris, and any new Scion model.

Big Three Captives Lose Ground as AutoCount Ranks Top Lenders

Experian Automotive’s AutoCount has ranked the top auto finance lenders for 2008, listing Toyota Financial Services at the No. 1 spot and revealing that GMAC, Ford Motor Credit and Chrysler Financial Services lost significant market share in a watershed year for the U.S. automotive industry.