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Valley Hi Toyota’s New Dealership Now Open

VICTORVILLE, Calif. – Sixteen months doesn’t seem like that long, but for the employees and loyal customers of Valley Hi Toyota in Victorville, 16 months felt like an eternity. But good things come to those who wait, and the All-New Valley Hi Toyota is now open for business.

The ultimate state-of-the-art destination officially opened on Tuesday, August 8th, (video) with much fanfare from the Valley Hi Toyota staff. “The entire team is so excited to move back, and we’re sure the public is going to be just as ecstatic as we are,” said Todd Stokes, General Manager of the High Desert Toyota dealership.

The facility is now 50 percent larger with tons of amenities throughout. The multiple customer lounges are featured with many televisions, charging stations, comfortable seating, kids play area, and a study bar with two complimentary iMac wi-fi stations. Drink a nice cup of regular java while you wait. Prefer flavor? The coffee machine makes espressos, lattes, and mochas.

The study area has 2 iMacs, full-service coffee machine, and vending machines.
The study area has 2 iMacs, full-service coffee machine, and vending machines.

The dealership at 14612 Valley Center Drive, across from Costco, now carries over 800 new and pre-owned vehicles on the 7-acre lot. “It definitely feels like home now,” said Robert Ball, General Sales Manager. “We’re no longer cramped, and our customers will feel more comfortable preparing to drive off in their new vehicle- maybe in the new 2018 Toyota Camry.”

The team hired more sales and service staff to accommodate an increase of customers. “ We knew a lot of High Desert residents anticipated our new dealership. This will be a destination for the Victory Valley and our neighbors,” continues Stokes with a smile on his face. “And get ready for some exciting upcoming news as we settle into our new dealership. If you’re a local business, check out this page and let’s work together to unite our community.”

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