Your Toyota Dealer in Brewer, ME
All roads lead to Downeast Toyota, one of the largest Toyota dealers in Maine. We are a new and used car dealership that has been proudly serving the greater Brewer and Bangor, ME community since 1966. Whether you are searching for a dependable car, hardworking truck, spacious SUV, versatile crossover or a family-friendly minivan, you are sure to find the exact vehicle that you are looking for in our extensive new Toyota and pre-owned inventory. Our selection of new Toyota models includes the award winning Camry, Corolla, Rav4, Prius, Tundra, Tacoma, Sienna, 4Runner, Highlander, Yaris, Avalon, Land Cruiser and Sequoia, and our used cars for sale include a variety of makes and models to suit most styling preferences and budgets. If you are in the market for a new or used car near Bangor, ME, it is worth crossing the river to see what we have to offer!
As a full-service Toyota dealership, you can count on Downeast Toyota for all of your automotive needs. In addition to new and pre-owned car sales, we work with over 25 local lenders to help you secure an auto loan. Our Toyota Service Center is fully equipped to keep your vehicle in perfect working order, and we carry genuine Toyota parts in our Parts Department. We are also home to Downeast Auto Body, Maine’s only Toyota Certified Collision Center, and Downeast Toyota Rental, the Bangor area’s source for Toyota rental cars.
As a family owned and operated dealership, we pride ourselves on our courteous and professional customer service, and have spent decades building lifelong relationships with customers from all over the state of Maine including Bangor, Waterville, Machias, Auburn, Lincoln, Bar Harbor, Hampden, Calais, Winterport, Ellsworth, Orrington, Millinocket, Holden and beyond. Come visit us at our location in Brewer, ME to see why so many people have made Downeast Toyota their dealership of choice!
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