Toyota leads the pack as the world’s top-selling automaker in the first nine months of the year. According to reports on October 27, 2014, Toyota had record sales of 7.615 million vehicles. They have a projected estimate of around 10.2 million annual sales. If this happens, it will be a record for the automobile industry.

Toyota is mostly in competition with General Motors and Volkswagon. All three are competing in developed markets, like the United States and Europe, as well as in growing markets, like China and the rest of Asia. Toyota has held the sales crown since 2012 and hopes to finish off 2014 strong.

Toyota is a Japanese company that makes the Camry sedan, Prius hybrid and Lexus luxury models. Check out our inventory of Toyota vehicles.


Over the past 17 years, Toyota has sold over 7 million hybrid vehicles. Toyota began selling the Prius in Japan in 1997 and in the US in 2000. They have now firmly established themselves as the world’s largest hybrid maker. Today in the US, Toyota sells four Prius models in addition to gas-electric versions of the Camry, Avalon and Highlander.

Toyota will begin selling its first mass-produced hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle in Europe next summer and hopes that it will meet the same success that the Prius has enjoyed.

Thinking about switching to a hybrid? Check out our inventory of Toyota vehicles here.


Toyota has released the new 2015 Toyota Camry for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Toyota has become the first manufacturer in the series to update the NASCAR ‘Gen-6’ model, which was introduced in 2012.

The 2015 Camry race car has been redesigned to provide the vehicle with a more unique identity. Toyota’s Calty Design worked to update the on-track Camry and incorporate design elements from the new 2015 production Camry into the race car. The biggest change to the redesign is the front end and grill area, which now looks like the new production Camry. Additionally, the vehicle has a new, sleek hood, nose and tail. The quarter windows have also been changed to add to the sleeker look.

The redesign of the Toyota Camry race car is a prime example of the improved collaboration that has taken place between NASCAR and its auto manufacturers in the past three years.

The new 2015 Toyota Camry will make its NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut at Daytona International Speedway during February’s ‘Speedweeks.’ In the meantime, check out our inventory of 2015 Toyota Camry vehicles.


Toyota revealed a new C-HR Concept car at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. It may be a foreshadowing for a future compact-SUV car in the European market. The C-HR Concept features a “diamond architecture” styling theme. The lower grille is six-sided and has a diamond-like shape. The body-work is also diamond-like, whereas the fogs are more triangular.

The roof has the appearance of being made from curved, colored glass, and there are no door handles. The rear-view mirrors have a blade-like appearance and the wheels have a fan-blade design.

According to Toyota, the C-HR has a hybrid powertrain to improve fuel efficiency. Toyota has yet to announce any other power or economy figures.

Learn more about the C-HR Concept car here and check out our inventory of Toyota vehicles.


Car shoppers have a lot of options and concerns to sort through when buying a new car. Size, fuel economy, quality, and reliability are some of the biggest concerns when looking for a new vehicle.

Toyota vehicles provide some of the most worry-free ownership experience. This is based on proven reliability, low expected maintenance costs, strong warranties, and strong performance in crash testing. Toyota’s Camry and Camry Hybrid, Avalon, Tundra, Sienna, and Sequoia are Toyota’s top worry-free cars!

Relax when you buy your next vehicle and check out our inventory of Toyotas!


Clint Bowyer is thrilled to support Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC)! The mission of LBBC is to provide trusted information and support to individuals affected by breast cancer, their families, caregivers, and medical professionals.

This weekend, Bowyer’s No. 15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota will sport a pink and white color scheme to support the company’s program with LBBC. 5-hour Energy is donating five cents to the organization for every pink lemonade flavored bottle sold from now through the end of the year. So go out and buy Pink Lemonade to give more this year!

Bowyer’s pink car will be at this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Kansas Speedway as well as Charlotte Motor Speedway on October 11th and Talladega Superspeedway on October 19th. A name of someone currently battling or who is a survivor of breast cancer will be featured above the right side window. Bowyer would like nothing more than to paint the town pink with a win at this weekend’s 1.5-mile oval!


Clint Bowyer Autoplex is thrilled to announce that during the month of October, for every vehicle we sell, we will donate $100 to the June Bug Cancer Foundation!

The June Bug Cancer Foundation was created in 2007 by the family of June “June Bug” Monnard Sauder who was treated for breast cancer for 11 months at Central Care Cancer Center before her death in 2005. Her legacy lives on through the foundation, which helps people with financial obligations as they struggle with their fight against cancer.

Since 1975, the Central Care Cancer Center has been providing compassionate care to Kansas families in their time of need. The center specializes in treatments of all types of cancer and blood disorders. No matter what kind of cancer touches your life, or the life of a loved one, they are there to help you. They have seven main clinics and many outreach locations with experienced physicians and staff that are able to offer advanced treatment closer to home.

Help us help them! Help us make a difference at Clint Bowyer Autoplex. New or used, car or truck, Toyota or Jeep— whatever you choose, there is no better time to buy than right now!

Read this to learn more about the June Bug Cancer Foundation.