Winter park toyota news major quarterly profits despite setbacks

Winter Park Toyota News: Major quarterly profits despite setbacks

It should be obvious by now that Toyota has not only survived the bad publicity and consumer doubt of recent recalls, but has thrived despite these issues and a lukewarm auto market. Winter Park Toyota dealers are proud to report major quarterly profits even with all the hoopla. Toyota Motor Company, in fact, reports a $1.2 billion profit for the last quarter. Perhaps a reputation of quality, a promise of customer satisfaction and buyer incentives are the magical combination. They were for Toyota anyway.
Toyota President Akio Toyoda as quoted by the Wall Street Journal stated, “We are still in the storm, but even in the same storm, we see the sky starting to clear up in the distance.” Clearing up indeed. Toyota had record sales for the month of March and has continued on a high note since then.
Toyota even projects that its annual profit will be up 48 percent to about $3.3 billion. Numbers that are almost ridiculous considering how much the recall was said to have cost the company (just over a billion dollars by some estimates). But again, good customer relations and promises kept go a long way.
Winter Park Toyota Corolla buyers know a quality vehicle when they drive one. Corolla continues to come out on top in ratings and rankings from the auto and insurance industries and is a bestseller in the Toyota line.
With innovative ideas coming to fruition in models like the plug-in Prius and 2011 Toyota Sienna, Winter Park Toyota dealers will surely see more sales increases. The Prius has been extremely popular and the plug-in model is highly anticipated, although its short-range battery pack may still present some challenges for owners.
What I find so surprising is that most of the industry, the general public and the U.S. government seem to be shocked that Toyota hasn’t gone bankrupt yet. Perhaps they are just employing old-fashioned American (or what used to be American) business values and customer service. Remember when the customer was always right and businesses that didn’t follow that rule were out of business with no one (especially the government) to bail them out?
Dealers of the Winter Park Toyota Corolla are standing on values that used to be expected. Now, sadly, we are surprised when a business keeps it promises or bends over backward to meet our needs. I hope more businesses take a cue from Toyota, not so they can make a profit but so they can learn how to treat the customer well and do business in an honorable fashion.
So my advice to car buyers is go where the service is. Toyota has proven they will take care of us and find vehicles that suit our needs and our budgets.

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