About Springfield Toyota
At Springfield Toyota, our highly trained sales staff has earned a credible reputation with their many years of service and commitment. Our goal is to make sure that each of our customers receives the quality service that we have built our name on. We offer a very extensive inventory available at competitive prices. However, our support does not end after the initial sale has taken place. We take pride in keeping your car in the same condition in which it rolled off the showroom floor. You do not have to take our word for it; we let our sales, service, and parts speak for themselves.
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- on DealerRater
Sheryl, Terry and Dennis were wonderful. They all made buying my new car stress free. All very knowledgeable and great to work with. I will buy all my future cars from Kay Jennings Springfield Toyota. Thank you all.
- on DealerRater
This is my second lease from Springfield Toyota. Due to my hectic work schedule and dealing with the insurance company and rental agency, my time constraint was limited. Freddy Zamorano was able to bring all the paperwork to my home because I could not get to the dealership in time. Not only was this process streamlined I was flabbergasted, dumbfounded, and perplexed at how simple the process was. Michael Nguyen played in a key role informing Toyota that my insurance company was paying off the last lease so that I could get into my new lease in time before the rental would expire.
I have to say Michael Nguyen and Yared Manalebih and his management staff including My Salesman Freddy Zamorano deserve all the credit in making this possible including the Finance Manager Kyu Jo who prepared all the paperwork necessary to be filled out.
- on Google
Purchased my 2010 Tacoma new at Springfield Toyota. Have had all services done at the dealership and they have always provided top notch service and advice. My recent 30K mile service came in under the estimate they had provided. Great news at this time of year. I also got a bonus that was not planned on. A Craftsman 10 mm socket left on the firewall cowl. It provided a couple days of entertainment as it rolled from side-to-side during turns. Took me a few minutes to actually find the noisy tool but recovered it, no harm no foul.