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Toyota Could be Gearing up to Reveal a Supra Revival at the Detroit Auto Show in January

Depending upon your interest in auto rumors, you may have heard somewhere between a few and several hundred speculative stories about a Toyota Supra revival this year. We've caught wind of quite a few at Bernardi Toyota, but so far, we've resisted to urge to read into the rumblings.

That behind said, with the internet abuzz with all sorts of news about the fabled sports car hitting the stage at the Detroit Auto?

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Don't Worry, Framingham: The Toyota RAV4 Has You Covered This Winter

It's coming. Actually it's already here. A white Christmas is one thing, but snow before Thanksgiving? Yeah, we're definitely in for quite a winter here in Framingham, MA. But before you freak out and start looking at property prices in Florida, consider the fact that the Sox are a lot more fun in October than they are during spring training.

Besides, we've got a better solution for dealing with the season…

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Toyota Continues to Create Technology to Keep Driver's Safe

If you're an avid Toyota fan, chances are you know how committed the brand is to keeping its drivers and passengers safe. This is evident in the models you see in the new Toyota lineup. Toyota isn't just committed to keeping its own customers safe, Toyota wants to keep others safe too.

The Japanese automaker made an announcement that a new technology that it developed called PCS, also known as Pre-collision System, will?

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2014 Toyota Venza Arriving at Bernardi Toyota

As the 2014 models begin to trickle in and make up a large partition of our new Toyota lineup, we like to take the time and go over models we feel appeal to Framingham, Massachusetts drivers. Of course, the answer here is all of them, but we can only blog so much. So today, we're focusing on one model that delivers utility and many features: the 2014 Venza.

You'll recall that the crossover…

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2014 Toyota Corolla Is Styling in All New TV Spot

Throughout the Corolla's tenure in the new Toyota lineup, it has evolved with the years. It has been given new features, looks, technology and has remained an important part of mainstream culture, a stylish ride for drivers everywhere.

To prove the statement above, Toyota has created some new ads for the 2014 model that take us through time. They start off in the 60s on a groovy stage, then the ad rolls to a?

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Man Picks a Prius Over a Ferrari

At Bernardi Toyota, we a ton of people who drive vehicles from other brands convert in to Toyota enthusiasts every day at our Framingham showroom. Many of them flock to vehicles like the Prius, RAV4, Camry among others. Today, we have a story that's interesting to say the least.

While we really like every Toyota that's in our showroom, it's safe to say we'd all like to get the chance to…

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A Glimpse of What's to Come for Toyota Over the Next Three Years

It's always fun to get a little preview of what lies ahead for our favorite automakers. This is why all of us at Bernadi Toyota thought it would be fun to provide a brief rundown of what Toyota has in store. Let's take a journey to three years from now, to uncover what the Japanese automaker has planned for the lineup.

Starting with the most recent changes, we are looking forward to the…

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Edmunds.com Lists Toyota as One of the Most American Brands Out There

When you here the phrase "American Car," you might not associate Toyota with this phrase. Toyota is based out of Japan, but the brand is still entrenched in modern day American culture. In fact, the auto experts at Edmunds.com have listed Toyota as one of the most "American" car brands out there.

You might be thinking, how did Edmunds.com figure this out? They sourced the percentage of domestic parts used to build each?

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