By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Other | Issue: December 2012
Service Manager Lloyd Van Zant and Parts Manager Dennis Armstrong invite you to visit the new Fowler Toyota of Tulsa.
Momentum Toyota of Tulsa is under new ownership and is now Fowler Toyota of Tulsa. Located on the Broken Arrow Expressway at Sheridan Road, Fowler’s goal is to be Tulsa’s leading Toyota dealer. The Fowler family is Oklahoma born and bred, and has four family-owned dealerships in Norman, with its fifth now in Tulsa. The new ownership of Fowler Toyota of Tulsa became official on October 3.
Fowler has made many improvements to the dealership and vastly expanded inventory. A grand opening celebration is taking place through December 31 and is featuring outstanding sales incentives on select vehicles, as well as many drawings for door prizes.
Full-sized Toyota Tundras will be offered at zero percent interest for 72 months, and Camrys will be available at zero percent for 60 months as part of the grand opening activities. General Manager Ken Wilkens said, “Fowler Toyota has a huge inventory of both select pre-owned and certified pre-owned vehicles from which customers may make their selections. Our certified pre-owned vehicles have undergone a rigorous 128-point inspection to be qualified. When a new Toyota dealership has been established, they qualify to receive extra shipments of vehicles to support grand opening activities, and we will have a great supply of both pre-owned and new vehicles available during our grand opening.”
Toyota says the 2013 Toyota Tundra trucks are simply the most powerful vehicles on the road today, and Tundra provides the best value, good looks and best safety features in its 2013 model. The full-sized Tundra is available in regular cab, double cab, and crew max body styles. Some of the Tundra’s specifications include a 310 hp, 4.6 liter aluminum i-Force V8 engine, electronic ignition system, 5-speed and 6-speed ECT with intelligence, rear-wheel drive, power-assisted front and rear disc brakes, fold-up rear seats, and a turbo charger. The 2013 also includes larger fuel tanks, more traditional styling, and a new dash. Tundra is designed to meet all the off-road requirements. This is a remarkably nice truck in every department.
The 2013 Toyota Camry sports a new design and an update of almost every component, according to Wilkens. The result is a better end result in terms of comfort and security. The midsize Camry offers a spacious internal compartment with comfortable seating. It is available in two versions, the gas-electric and hybrid. Engines on the 2013 Camry connect with a 6-speed automatic gearbox, allowing manual type gear management via the floor shift handle. Toyota Corporation says the newly designed Camry was designed to exceed market needs.
A recent Consumer Reports Survey ranked Toyota best in seven categories. Toyota Motor Corporation’s Scion, Lexus and Toyota brands took the top three spots, and the Toyota Prius C, a subcompact hybrid, got the best overall score. Rankings predict the reliability of 2013 model-year vehicles based on surveys of Consumer Reports’ readers.
Fowler Toyota has veteran factory-trained technicians who will service your Toyota vehicles for repairs, scheduled maintenance, oil changes, tire rotations, brake service, and much more. Their dedicated express maintenance service features oil changes in less than 30 minutes. The modern parts department at Fowler Toyota has a large inventory with literally thousands of Toyota parts to meet vehicle needs.
Stop in and meet the staff at your new Fowler Toyota of Tulsa. They are always ready to provide the highest standards in customer service, whether you’re bringing your vehicle in for a checkup or looking to buy a new or pre-owned Toyota.
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Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.