Toyota of San Luis Obispo offers a vast selection of new vehicles

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Amid a global computer chip shortage that has slowed the production of new vehicles, Toyota of San Luis Obispo has more than 100 new vehicles in stock

Drivers shopping for a new vehicle since the COVID-19 outbreak may have struggled to find their vehicle of choice because of the global computer chip shortage. The lack of microchips or semiconductors has caused delays in the production of automobiles, smartphones, video game stations and numerous other products, touching the lives of consumers worldwide. Those searching for a new vehicle in the San Luis Obispo, California, area can take their automotive search to a local dealership, Toyota of San Luis Obispo, to enjoy a vast selection of more than 100 new vehicles to choose from.

Toyota of San Luis has the extensive inventory necessary to address the needs of drivers in the market for a new sedan, crossover, sport utility vehicle, pickup truck or hybrid vehicle. The dealership has 2022 Toyota Prius models in stock, which provides an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 58 city and 53 highway MPG. The highly anticipated 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime has also arrived at Toyota of San Luis Obispo, giving shoppers the ability to drive home in the fastest RAV4 and first-ever plug-in hybrid SUV produced by the Toyota brand. Financing options at the dealership can help make purchasing a vehicle more affordable and can be explored and applied for on its website.

Those interested in learning more about Toyota of San Luis Obispo can visit http://www.toyota-slo.com. The dealership’s website displays its updated inventory, as well as key specifications and features of each vehicle. Individuals who want to view and test drive vehicles can visit Toyota of San Luis Obispo at 12350 Los Osos Valley Road between 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sundays. Questions can be directed to the dealership’s staff by calling 805-543-7001.

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