Used Toyota for Sale in Avon, NY


At Pioneer Truck Sales, we believe that purchasing a pre-owned vehicle should be a stress-free experience whether you’re buying an actual truck, a versatile SUV, or one of our many captivating car choices. That’s why we always treat our customers with honesty and integrity while offering some of the top used cars for sale in Avon and the surrounding areas. We have models to fit most any lifestyles and budgets, and highlights include a strong selection of pre-owned Toyota models — which are well known for their quality and reliability. So come experience the Pioneer spirit when you’re looking for your next ride. We’ll get you the best deal possible!


For one thing, even though Toyotas have well-earned reputations for durability, that’s not what we rely on when picking models for our lot. Instead, we rigorously inspect each one so that you can be confident in the vehicles we sell.

Another key advantage to pre-owned Toyotas — and nearly all of the used cars for sale in Avon — is their affordability: They’re usually priced well below the cost of similarly equipped new models, even if they’re in similarly impressive condition, too. The difference actually has to do with depreciation. Even if you carefully maintain a brand new car, it can easily depreciate by 20% or more in only a single year in service. The value of that same car can then depreciate by some 60% after five years. The good news is that a used vehicle’s price will fall right in line with its book value, bringing a huge potential for savings.

The knowledgeable sales consultants at Pioneer Truck Sales also take fair pricing to the next level by carefully researching local market conditions to ensure you’re getting a good deal. It’s almost like we do the negotiating for you to save you both time and money.

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Toyota is one of the auto industry’s leading innovators, and not just for its fuel-saving hybrid technologies. You can also find many Toyotas — including rugged trucks and SUVs — with sophisticated Safety Sense systems that can bring extra peace of mind every time you take the wheel. Toyota can put digital convenience to work for you as well with its intelligent infotainment setups that can be further complemented by first-class luxury features. Just remember that equipment in the used cars for sale in Avon can vary by model and model year.

  • Award-winning safety technology can be close at hand with high-tech help from Toyota’s blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, digital rearview mirrors, adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assistance, and automatic high beams.
  • An early adopter of Amazon Alexa compatibility in its vehicles, Toyota also helps you connect with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, WiFi compatibility, Bluetooth, and wireless charging.
  • Toyota puts key vehicle info where it’s easy to see with its modern head-up displays, large touchscreens, and reconfigurable digital instrument panels.
  • The Toyota family can help take care of your family with rear-seat media systems for gaming, videos, and more.
  • Leather heated/ventilated seats, heated leather steering wheels, genuine wood trim, concert-level JBL audio, signature LED lighting, hands-free access, and panoramic sunroofs are among the many upscale cues available in today’s used Toyotas.
  • Toyota Racing Development (TRD) tunes up select pre-owned models with high-performance upgrades inside and out.
  • A continued emphasis on fuel efficiency is on full display in pre-owned Toyota hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and upcoming EVs.


Some of the toughest used trucks for sale in Avon wear the “Toyota” name, and as you can tell by our name, these are the ones we focus on for our customers. Of course, Toyota also builds rewarding SUVs, sports cars, sedans, hatchbacks, and more, so Pioneer Truck Sales also features plenty of those models. Looking for something specific? If it’s not in stock today, we can often track down even hard-to-find Toyotas to meet your needs.

  • The Toyota Tundra full-size trucks offer multiple bed lengths and cab sizes that can be configured with smart technology and surprising comfort. All are strong and capable with the versatility to command whatever comes next.
  • One of the best-selling trucks in its class, the Toyota Tacoma blends right-sized dimensions with real-truck strength of its own.
  • The Toyota 4Runner and Toyota Sequoia SUVs also boast truck-style body-on-frame constructions for standout strength whether you’re pulling a trailer, blazing trails off-road, or dominating the daily grind.
  • Toyota’s team of top-notch SUVs further includes the Toyota Venza, C-HR, RAV4, and Highlander, all with smart versatility and many with hybrid technology.
  • The Toyota 86 is a thrilling choice for enthusiasts with rear-wheel-drive performance, a striking sports-car design, and a price tag that won’t break your bank account.
  • Built in partnership with BMW, the Toyota GR Supra is an upscale driving machine that recalls classic Supras of years past but with a ferocious fast-forward attitude.
  • The Toyota Prii help you get into hybrid driving with the city-friendly Prius c, the cargo-friendly Prius v, the plug-in Prius Prime, and the original Prius hatchback that’s now available with electronic on-demand all-wheel drive.
  • Families love the Toyota Sienna minivan for premium benefits like its hands-free power-sliding doors, Driver Easy Speak in-cabin PA system, and hybrid and all-wheel-drive powertrains.
  • Cars are still stars for Toyota, and the Toyota Yaris, Corolla, Camry, and luxurious Avalon standing out as worthy alternatives to the brand’s trucks, SUVs, and minivans.


Still run by its founding family, the Toyota Motor Company began life back in the early 1900s as a pioneer in automated weaving for the textile industry. The key was the company’s gas-powered engine that kept the looms working. However, Kiichiro Toyoda realized that same powerplant could also be used in cars, and he helped create the 1933 AA Sedan that was Toyota’s first car. (The AA was actually sold as a “Toyoda,” but Kiichiro went with the “Toyota,” which has better connotations in Japanese, when he left the weaving world entirely and started up as an automaker.)

Toyota expanded its business to the United States in 1957, selling all of 300 vehicles in its first year in this country. But as customer tastes changed in response to the gas crisis of the 1970s, Toyota was well-positioned to meet the sudden appetite for fuel-friendly small cars. The company sold 1 million cars to U.S. customers in 1972 and established itself as the best-selling import brand in the country in 1975. Toyota then began building vehicles in the U.S. in the 1980s and has now firmly established itself as one of America’s — and Avon’s — favorite brands.

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