Our 2019 Camry
October 28, 2018
The Wife's 2007 Toyota Highlander Sport turned over 1006,000 miles and was still going strong. Since we've had it we have put tires as necessary on it, replace the battery, timing belt, water pump and alternator. We have driven all over the United States. We have defiantly enjoyed this car. My Wife has always been a Toyota fan since we first owned a Tercel in the 80's. After many miles, I had restored, painted and gave to my Son for College in Fl. The secret to Toyota's longevity is preventative maintenance. We kept up on all the recommended maintenance by the Dealers. I decided after 30 years of her driving demos it was time for her to enjoy luxury, so I surprised her with a new one. I went to Casey Toyoto, in Williamsburg, one for a Toyota, two the Warranty and their excellent service package. I was greeted but Mr. Badrara Sow on the lot. What a pleasant, polite, friendly and helpful man he was. He did not try to pressure me, but work diligently with me to find the perfect car for her. Even though the color was right, the style was not. We returned and she and Mr Sow found the one she loves. Everyone we dealt with from Mr. Sow, the Salesman, Mr. David Lowery, who explained all the ends and outs of all the technical operational parts inside, Mr. Mark Turner, the financial presentative, were beyond reproach. We felt that we were the most important person to them. The General Sales Manager, Mark Shebelski, even came out and introduced himself to us. The entire staff from the outside lot ,front door receptionist (sorry, I didn't get name), and all business personnel we were in contact were professionals. I would highly recommend all these people mentioned to anyone visiting this Dealership. I might add their lounge, lobby and especially the rest room were emaculate. Last, but not least, their prices are competitive. We drove away happy in our new car.