Toyota Motor Company

Earning it’s way into the top ten largest companies in the world, Toyota is also one of the most produced vehicle brands today.

Toyota gets it’s name from the city the first cars were produced in, Toyota, Aichi, Japan. Beginning in the 1930′s with their very first motor powered engine, Toyota has expanded immensely, and now includes brands such as Scion, and Lexus. Toyota also involves itself in some non-motorized programs like robotics, and agriculture.

Though Toyota was affected by the global economic crisis that started in 2007, the company took it in stride and still was able to produce over 8.5 million cars in 2010, bringing in 8,418,000 sales worldwide.

Toyota has a large impact on the United states as well as their home country of Japan. California, Kentucky, Texas, West Virginia, and Mississippi, among others, depend on the Toyota company as a resource of jobs. CA is the Toyota holding headquarters in the United States. Kentucky is the largest producer of Toyotas in the US, and many other cities have small production factories as well. Interestingly enough large trucks such as the Toyota Tundra reached popularity before the well known Toyota Hybrids (Prius, Camry Hybrid, etc).

If you are in the market for a Toyota, it is comforting to not only know that the company provides many jobs in production here in your very own United States, but acquiring a Toyota should be as easy as pie. In any state there are over 10,000 dealers of Toyota and their subsidiaries. You are certain to find the vehicle to fit your needs. More info: Toyota Dealer Bastrop

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