New 2014 Toyota models roll into Detroit area dealership

High sales volume expected on new arrivals at Victory Toyota Canton

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CANTON, Mich., Oct. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Toyota consistently produces some of the most popular and trusted vehicles on the road, and by all accounts they seem to be extraordinarily capable of staying on top of emerging innovations and trends in the automotive industry. How are they shaping up for the 2014 model year? If the enthusiasm level at Detroit area dealer Victory Toyota Canton is any indicator, it looks like Toyota is positioned for yet another round of applause in 2014.


What can potential buyers expect from the 2014 line-up when they visit Victory Toyota Canton? The 2014 Toyota Camry has a bold, contemporary look that makes one almost forget for a moment that its unmatched reputation for long-term value and reliability is the real appeal. Michigan Toyota enthusiasts are also pouring in from Detroit and the surrounding area to check out the all-new look of the 2014 Corolla. With its sleek, elegant lines and interior that's been improved on just about every level, consumers are loving the makeover. It appears that these best-selling cars aren't moving over to make room for any competitors in 2014.

In addition, Victory Toyota Canton is seeing an influx of customers coming in to check out some of Toyota's more rugged 2014 offerings as well. It's well-known in Michigan's wintry climes that people who depend on their ability to carry people and things from place to place, whether that be family- or work-related, tend to require an all-weather vehicle that can perform in harsh conditions. That's why other Toyota offerings for 2014, like the 4Runner, Tacoma, and Tundra, are also getting plenty of attention from area drivers.

To learn more about the new 2014 Toyota models available at Victory Toyota of Canton, contact them at (888) 394-4001 or visit for more details.

Media Contact: Megan Meinerding, Victory Toyota Canton, 888-394-4001,

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