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Explore the Eco-Friendly New Toyota Vehicles at Klamath Falls Toyota

Are you looking for a new vehicle that will help you reduce your carbon footprint? We understand that a lot of drivers want to do their part in helping to preserve the environment. The shifts in the automotive industry have also made it clear that the future of driving lies with hybrid and electric vehicles. At Klamath Falls Toyota, we have a wide selection of eco-friendly cars and SUVs that will help move you into the future of driving. You'll also have the satisfaction of knowing that you are making an environmentally-conscious choice with your driving.

 

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Toyota Prius Makes Strides in Family Safety with Improved LATCH Ease-of-Use Ratings

When you are first starting a family, you might not need a car with minivan-like space. Something efficient and economical would be perfect. The only thing you won't compromise on is safety.

LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) systems are meant to make installing child safety seats easier and mistake-free for parents and guardians. However, in its first round of testing in 2015 the IIHS discovered..

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Toyota Nominated for Wildlife Habitat Council Bats Project Award

Did you know that there are 15 species of bat in Oregon?

The world's only mammals capable of true flight, bats have come under threat in the last decade from a fungal infection called White Nose Syndrome. It has yet to reach us on the west coast, but is spreading rapidly, and has already killed millions of bats in the northeast.

As a…

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Oregon-Based Architects Design 'Living Building' for Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park may well be the first national park in the entire world. It has long upheld the values of preserving the natural beauty of the American landscape, and protecting the rare species that live there. Unfortunately, however, owing to the park's age, many of its structures do not live up to those values.

That is all soon to change, thanks in part to Toyota, and to Hennebery Eddy

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Why Good News for the Panda is More Reason Than Ever to Drive a Toyota

In the spring of 2016, Toyota pledged to help the IUCN identify conservation risks of at least 28,000 species. Before the end of the summer, breaking news proved how important IUCN assessments are to world conservation.

A recent population assessment showed the Giant Panda is no longer Endangered.

According to IUCN standards, the Giant Panda's population in the wild is stable enough to qualify for...

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Drivers Are Now Going Carbon-Free Just a State Away

Last year, Mark Mobley of Orange County, California put his name on a waiting list to be one of the first to own a Toyota Mirai. Unlike most cars you have to go on a list for, the Toyota Mirai isn't particularly sporty or supercar-esque, but it is unique and futuristic.

The Mirai runs entirely on hydrogen.

"I love it, and I feel like I'm part of the solution," said Mobley, who is dedicated to…

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How Toyota is Helping Conservationists Identify Species at Risk

Preserving the natural biodiversity of our planet is a multi-step process. To most people, the visible part of conservation involves protecting habitats, fighting global warming, and ending poaching. However, in order for all that to happen, a first "invisible" step must occur.

We have to find out which species are in need of saving!

It isn't always that obvious. People notice when large animals like pandas...

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Toyota Earns Energy Star Award for 12th Consecutive Year

Yesterday, Toyota issued a press release announcing that it recently earned an "Energy Star Partner of the Year" award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. This is the 12th year in a row that the EPA has recognized Toyota for implementing processes that help reduce total energy consumption...

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Hydrogen Means More Flexible Fuel Options

Okay, so you want to fuel up your car. Where does that gas come from? Most likely, it was drilled up out of the ground, or obtained through hydraulic fracturing. There are also tar sands, and types of shale that can be used to produce oil, but it's generally all the same stuff. Fossil fuels that dump about 1,075 million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the air each year1. Hydrogen will not produce any CO2 when used to power a car, and the fuel itself can be obtained from nearly anywhere. Don
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