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Brent Brown Toyota
1400 Sandhill Road
Orem, UT 84058
(801) 223-4408
Brent Brown Toyota Reviews

Ensign Toyota Scion
1945 N Main
Logan, UT 84321
(435) 752-5636
Ensign Toyota Scion Reviews

Karl Malone Toyota & Scion
11453 South Lone Peak Parkway
Draper, UT 84020
(888) 378-1006
Karl Malone Toyota & Scion Reviews

Larry H. Miller Toyota Murray
5650 South State Street
Murray, UT 84107
(801) 264-3800
Larry H. Miller Toyota Murray Reviews

Mark Miller Toyota
730 South West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 364-2100
Mark Miller Toyota Reviews

Stephen Wade Toyota
1700 South Hilton Drive
St. George, UT 84770
(435) 628-7300
Stephen Wade Toyota Reviews

Tony Divino Toyota Scion
777 W Riverdale Road
Riverdale, UT 84405
(801) 394-5701
Tony Divino Toyota Scion Reviews

Toyota Bountiful
2380 South Highway 89
Bountiful, UT 84010
(801) 951-3200
Toyota Bountiful Reviews

Young Toyota Honda
1945 N Main St.
Logan, UT 84341
(435) 752-5636
Young Toyota Honda Reviews

Latest Utah Toyota Dealer Reviews

Mark Miller Toyota - Salt Lake City, UT

On 6/30/2016 9:13:22 AM loni.tuai@yahoo.com wrote:
We have leased one car and purchased two from Mark Miller Toyota. We have ALWAYS received the best customer service. All of the employees are professional, friendly and courteous! I have referred tons of my family members to them and I have had several family members actually buy their cars from them, and they were equally satisfied. We take our cars there for service every time because we know we will be pleased with the outcome

Tony Divino Toyota Scion - Riverdale, UT

On 6/29/2016 10:15:16 PM Frankmesen@yahoo.com wrote:
My list of complaints with this dealership is so long that I don't even know if I can remember to list all of them. I put a deposit down to special order a tundra trd pro. From the beginning the salesman was great, always responsive always getting back to me, that was until I gave my $500 deposit and then all the sudden things changed and every response was "all find out first thing tomorrow" yet days would go by unless I text again to find out an answer to my question.. Funny how the customer service was great up until the deposit was made, coincidence? Another complaint is I live in California and I needed the truck delivered, and I made it perfectly clear what week I needed it delivered. I found out at the last minute (and I mean last minute!) that they couldn't deliver on the day I requested I just happen to text the salesman after again not getting back to me when he was suppose to and let's me know that they couldn't deliver it on the day I needed. So I literally take a shower and pack a bag and drive 11 hours one way to Utah because I had already planned out the days I was suppose to receive the truck, mind u I also had to call in sick for work. I get my truck finally make it back home after another 11+ hour drive back and in the rush of purchasing the vehicle I noticed something was added to my contract that I didn't ask for. They added a vtr etch system that cost me $249, when I talked to the customer relations manger DENNIS KING he told me I should've went over my contract before I signed it, that was his response! It's gets better, since I bought the truck out of state I had to register the truck through the DMV here in California. I asked the salesman if the taxes were sent (the taxes were added to the finance and they're suppose to be mailed to the DMV where u live when u buy out of state) the salesman tells me "yes they were sent last Tuesday" so I go to the DMV and after THREE HOURS of waiting I come to find out the taxes were never sent, I was lied too and I would have to return. So I make it to the DMV again after having to get a day off from work to go and I find out the dealership miscalculated the taxes and registration and I had to pay $1,489 out of my own pocket... Unbelievable a finance manger who does this for a living would make such a mistake of this amount! Another complaint is I preordered my truck before it was even built yet when I received it it had 83 miles on it, I find that very suspicious were Tony Divino employees joy riding my truck before I took it home??? I mean 83 miles is a lot for a new vehicle to have especially if it's preordered. After talking to the customer relations manager he told me why didn't u ask your salesman about the miles. I don't understand the need for a customer relations manager if they aren't going to look out for their customers? Dennis King just told me oh well I suggest next time u don't buy a vehicle out of state, way to try to get repeat customers Dennis!! So my advice to anyone thinking about buying a toyota stay clear of Tony Divino Toyota, especially the salesman Hiram Donley, the finance manger Brad, and the customer relations manager Dennis King. There are tons of Toyota dealerships nationwide to choose from this one isn't anything special and they won't give u any special reason to buy from them. Look at their Yelp reviews, most are bad!! If u buy out of state it's just more of a hassle cause you'll have to pay taxes in your state still, you'll have to go to the DMV (we all know how much fun that is) you'll have to get a smog certificate (extra cost) and it doesn't matter if the vehicle is brand new, and if u buy a truck you'll have to get a weight certificate which is another cost and public scales are hard to find I had to drive 35 min one way to get to one. Even if u want a tundra trd pro like I wanted yes they're a little harder to find but if u go online to cars.com and use the filter u can find over a hundred trd pros for sale nationwide right now, don't be impatient and deal with a company like Tony Divino. In the end I put an extra 1,500 miles on the truck since I had to pick it up from Utah, I made 3 trips to the DMV and spent around 7 hours getting it registered, I had to drive over an hour round trip to get my truck weighed, I had to get a brand new vehicle smogged (waste of money if u ask me) and I've made countless phone calls to the customer relations manger trying to solve my issues, and in the end I was told next time u should probably buy in the same state u live.