New Models Rolling In

Wanda Kurchaba
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There is a lot of excitement at Precision Toyota this month as the brand new 2018 models start rolling onto to the lot.

General Manager and second generation dealer, Scott Ball, said it’s always this time of the year that employees and customers look forward to seeing and are curious about the features of next year models.

“We have a new redesigned Camry, which is a big flagship for Toyota that we’re pretty excited about. It’s a 100 per cent redesigned car; it’s very, very nice. A lot of people are looking forward to seeing it,” said Ball.

Precision Toyota is locally owned and operated and they have over 38 years in the car industry and over 40 employees. Ball said they are grateful for the customers that keep coming back and recognize the importance of the loyalty to the brand and to Toyota Precision as they often see different generations of the same family purchasing Toyota vehicles.

“We see two, even three generations of people coming through here. We have lots of long-standing employees that have been here for almost as long as we’ve been around. With our mechanics, we haven’t had turn over in years. We’re like a family here and we all work together to make sure that everyone who comes through the door is happy. I think that’s what helps to make us successful,” said Ball.

Along with making room for the new models, the Precision Toyota team is also prepping for changes that will be coming with their recently announced expansion.

Business operations will be moved into one building, while the north building is demolished to make way for a new building. Ball said they have simply outgrown their space and with the new build they will be tripling their existing square footage.

“We’ve outgrown our store, we’ve outgrown our shop; mostly because of demand. Plus, we have to get with the times, things have changed since we last built in 2001. We want a better experience for our customers.”

Construction will begin in the spring of 2018; it will take a year to complete the project. For more information on Precision Toyota, visit: http://www.precisiontoyota.ca or call 204-725-0508.