San Antonio

Alamo Toyota

at 18019 N US Highway 281, San Antonio, 78232 United States

Alamo Toyota has proudly been serving San Antonio and surrounding areas of Boerne, Bulverde, Schertz and New Branufels for over 43 years!!

Alamo Toyota
18019 N US Highway 281
San Antonio , TX 78232
United States
Contact Phone
P: (210) 494-1604


Alamo Toyota has proudly been serving San Antonio and surrounding areas of Boerne, Bulverde, Schertz and New Branufels for over 40 years!! Family owned and operated since 1973, we are one of the premier destinations for customers throughout the entire state of Texas! Our new “Green” facility is the only Toyota dealership that is LEED Silver Certified in San Antonio and South Texas. Here at Alamo Toyota we strive to provide automotive products and services of unmatched quality and continuously look for ways to improve our customer’s experiences. In addition to our lineup of high-quality vehicles that offers many choices for drivers with different wants and needs, we ensure we are always available for superior service after the sale. Alamo Toyota offers a state-of-the-art Service Department and huge selection of OEM Toyota parts. We are also San Antonio’s only Certified Toyota Collision Center since 2006! We encourage you to browse our website to learn more about our dealership and our community involvement. Call, send us a note online, or stop into our showroom, we would love to give you a tour. We're located at 18019 N. US Highway 281, San Antonio, TX 78250 and available to answer any questions you might have.

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