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Toyota Of San Bernardino Buys Kennedy Cadillac Site

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Toyota of San Bernardino has purchased the dealership formerly occupied by Kennedy Cadillac.

Toyota of San Bernardino President Clifford R. Cummings said “The property is smack on the 215 Freeway and will enhance our visibility immeasurably.”

“We are climbing out of the recession; the economy is improving and I am extremely optimistic about the future of the Inland Empire,” said Cummings.

Cummings believes the high visibility 3.9-acre site with more than 44,000 square feet is the perfect place to present the new 21st century-style Toyota dealership, which the Toyota corporation calls Toyota Image USA II.

This is part of Toyota of San Bernardino’s plan to fuel growth and expand market share. Toyota is giving incentives to dealers to build larger stores under its Image USA II architectural plan.

The incentives include increased allocations of high demand models, such as Prius, Camry and Scion.

“We are very excited about the relocation of our dealership to continue the revitalization of the San Bernardino Auto Center.

There are exciting things happening here and Toyota of San Bernardino is leading the way,” said Cummings.

Over the next 14 months Cummings will redesign and expand the structure to include new divisions, including a body shop and expanded vehicle service department as well as all sales.

Toyota of San Bernardino is a seven-time recipient of Toyota’s President’s Award, one of the highest honors for a Toyota dealership.

“The President’s Award is a testament to our staff’s dedication to satisfying every customer, from the day you buy a Toyota and for as long as you own it,” said Cummings.

The new dealership’s exterior design will have a highly recognizable signature portal for the Toyota brand, Toyota of San Bernardino and the Toyota product lines. The Toyota trademark in red creates a dominant, tasteful impression that is recognizable from a significant distance.

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