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    Posted April 22, 2014 by
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    Long Beach, California

    Hooman Toyota’s New State of the Arts Toyota Car Dealership Facility Set To Open Later 2014

     

    April 22, 2014 – Long Beach, CA -- Hooman Toyota is building an all-new state of the arts Toyota dealership at the former Boulevard Cadillac at 3399 East Willow St. Long Beach, CA 90806. The new Hooman Toyota location is within eyesight of the busy 405 freeway. It is set to open on the 4th quarter of 2014 with nearly three times the capacity.

     

    Rumors about the Hooman Toyota move started when CVS Pharmacy purchased the two-car lot properties (Mitsubishi and Toyota) in 2008. Sean Belk of Signal Tribune News first reported in March 2013 that Hooman Toyota would move to the Boulevard Cadillac location. He was correct.

     

    The all-new state of the arts Hooman Toyota showroom and service facility on 3399 East Willow St. Long Beach, CA 90806 is scheduled for grand opening on October 1, 2014. The new facility will feature:

     

    • 67 service stations
    • 10 express service bays
    • 6 waiting areas
    • Subway sandwich shop
    • 180 loaner cars available
    • 800 total new and used vehicle inventory

     

    Hooman Toyota has been at the current Traffic Circle location on 4401 Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90804 since 2006. This location is one mile south of the 405 freeway exit. It consisted of the showroom facing the Traffic Circle while the Service and Parts departments are across the street on Atherton St. This is a major inconvenient for customers with sales and service. In spite of it, Hooman Toyota built the dealership to be known for great after-sales owner loyalty benefits, low prices, superior service, and aggressive auto loans. Hooman Toyota simply out grew the Traffic Circle location.

     

    In addition to the latest tech gizmos and increased capacities, the new Hooman Toyota facility is expected to generate the much needed new jobs. About 100 additional new jobs will be added. (We are accepting applications.) It will have the capacity to carry 500 more cars than currently. In all, the total construction investment cost runs approximately $8.5 million.

     

    Long Beach has a long history with the automobiles. It is part of the Socal car culture; after all it is home to the world-famous Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. The move of Hooman Toyota from the Traffic Circle to the new location off the 405 freeway marks another historic change for the City Of Long Beach’s affair with the car.

     

    “We want to thank our customers for supporting us over the years. It has been a longtime goal and a great blessing for us. It all worked out that the Boulevard Cadillac property was available, as we wanted to stay in Long Beach. The new facility will be perfect. Our big investment will be a win-win for all. We especially want to thank the City of Long Beach officials for supporting us in the whole process.” said Mr. Hooman M. Nissani, President of Hooman Automotive Group.

     

    About Hooman Toyota:
    Hooman Toyota is part of the Hooman Automotive Group. Hooman Toyota offers new Toyota, used cars, factory certified pre-owned vehicles, auto loans, car leases, car parts, auto repair, auto body service, and car rental serving Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Orange County California. Hooman Toyota won the prestigious Toyota President’s award for 2013. Hooman Toyota is renowned for the Hooman VIP Owner Loyalty program that offers luxury car ownership benefits on new and certified Toyota vehicles. The Hooman Automotive Group carries top brands: Toyota, Nissan, Scion, Hyundai, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge and RAM Trucks.

     

    Hooman Toyota
    4401 Pacific Coast Hwy,
    Long Beach, CA 90804
    (800) 785-6353
    www.hoomantoyota.com
    https://www.facebook.com/HoomanToyota

     

    For Employment Opportunities:
    http://www.hoomanautomotive.com/

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