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Hamer Toyota Blog - Toyota Dealer News, Events and Announcements

Introducing the All New 2018 Toyota C-HR Compact Crossover

Introducing Toyota's first-ever compact crossover offering, the all new 2018 C-HR. The C-HR stands for "Coupe High Rider". It's edgy styling and dynamic handling evokes universal notions of luxury, attractiveness, sophistication, and strength. The C-HR is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine producing 144 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque. All that power is sent to the front wheels via a continuously variable transmission (CVT). For its debut, Toyota C-HR will be…
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Annual Casino Night 2016 - Dia de Los Muertos

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After Hours Vehicle Drop Off

Hamer Toyota Service Center offers a convenient "After Hours" Vehicle Drop-Off! 

If you need your vehicle serviced but can only bring it in after the service department is closed or don't want to get up early to bring it in, you can use our After Hours Service Vehicle Key Drop-Off Box. 
The Key Drop-Off Box is against the wall, next to the building to the right of the Service entrance. If the service gate…
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Watermelon Festival at Hansen Dam Soccer Park

More than 50,000 pounds of watermelon will be consumed at the festival!

Anyway you slice it, the Watermelon Festival serves up a ton of fun August 13 & 14 in Lake View Terrace at the new location of the Hansen Dam Soccer Park Complex. All day fun includes free watermelon, delicious foods, carnival rides and attractions, games, contests, entertainment, a Kids Zone, and more.

Melon mania gets everyone into the act. Patrons can pucker up for the seed spitting contest at the “Spitway,” tap into their inner artist at the watermelon carving contest, or go for the gold in the…
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National Night Out

We have great neighbors here in Mission Hills. Most of them are our customers, as well as our neighbors, including many of the police officers at the Mission Area Station and the Firefighters at Station 75. 

Get ready, on Tuesday, August 2nd is 'National Night Out' for a fun and free event for families in Mission Hills, Sylmar, San Fernando, Arleta, Pacoima, North Hills, Granada Hills and other cities in the North Valley area. This…

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2016 Toyota's New Generation Prius


The new Prius’ EPA 54/50/52 mpg city/highway/combined is brilliant. The car stays in full-electric driving more often and more easily than the last model while gas pedal usage is the same. And when the engine does need to turn on, it isn’t as noisy. The whole car is quieter than before, though road and tire noise is irrefutably present. There’s a night and day difference dynamically between the new car and the last one. The new Prius really borders on fun.

The new Prius has a dramatic and very cool, Mirai-inspired appearance. The fourth-generation…

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If you would like to do something to help 
your community this holiday season 
and don't know what you can do...  

In Hamer Toyota's showroom we have food collection barrels, collecting non-perishable food items and new blankets to help M.E.N.D. take care of thousands of poor children and their families. MEND helps all year round, not just at the holidays, but not everyone is in a position to help 365 days a year. You can be sure to make someone's day brighter and you will feel good, for having helped…
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Hamer Toyota and the U.S. Marine Corps. Reserve are collecting "Toys For Tots"  

You can help make a child's wishes come true with a simple donation of a new, unwrapped toy.

Hamer Toyota has official collection boxes in our showroom. The US Marines and Hamer Toyota welcome any donation you can give!
All the toys collected will be taken to MB2 Raceway and...
on Sunday, December 13, at MB2 Raceway, 
13943 Balboa Blvd…
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We Need Your Help!

There is a crisis in California that affects its developmentally disabled citizens and their families. Nearly 40 years ago, under the Lanterman Act, California committed to close its State hospitals for the developmentally disabled, and promised these citizens and their families, the services they needed to allow them to participate as active, valued members of society. We are asking for your help.
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