at 3800 Geary Blvd or 1701 Van Ness Ave , 94118 / 94109
The San Francisco Toyota team is committed to ensure every customer that visits our Showroom or Service Center gets the upmost sincere customer service.
Founded by Robert Reynolds in 1966, San Francisco Toyota & Scion is owned today by John Horton and Doug Donnellan. Since 2005, our dealership has be awarded every year the coveted Toyota President's Award. Our team knows that a vehicle purchase is a very important decision, as well as maintaining the life of every Toyota and Scion. Keeping our customer's experience in mind, we ensure a comfortable, no pressure environment for our customers. Our dealership is stocked with over 1,000 new & used vehicles to choose from and over 10,000 available to us in the Bay Area. We not only sell and service Toyotas, but we also rent Toyota. Visit our Toyota Rent A Car website at www.sftoyota.com for more details. We pride ourselves with a diverse team of associates speaking languages from Spanish, Chinese, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Russian,Korean, and Indonesian. We give all the credit of our success to "the greatest team of associates" here at San Francisco Toyota. Our team concentrates on the customers' expectations of what a new or pre-owned sales experience should be today. Another focus is how our customers' vehicles will be continuously serviced and well maintained during their ownership. From every department and every person at our dealership, we thank you. Sincerely, The San Francisco Toyota Scion Team
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