When you want a great deal on one of the used Toyotas for sale in Tempe, AZ, be sure to tap into the advantages of TAP 101. At Tempe Auto Plaza 101, we scour the area to find top-quality used Toyotas that can meet just about anyone’s lifestyle or budget, and we back them up with affordable pricing, superior customer service, and easy financing through our 100% secure online application. Want to shop online? You can do that as well, and our showroom is open for in-person visits, too. Either way, you’ll enjoy a hassle-free shopping experience that can soon have you driving your dream car home.


Most people shopping for used Toyotas in Tempe are out to save some money, and you can indeed save thousands of dollars by buying a pre-owned model instead of a new one. You can thank depreciation for that since it can lower a car's value by 20% or more in just its first year on the road. The same car can then easily see a depreciation rate above 60% once five years have passed. However it’s actually good news when you buy used cars because it means you’ll see lower price tags based on their lower value. And that’s even when the used car is in great condition.

Speaking of which, the used Toyotas for sale at TAP 101 have all been mechanically inspected to meet not only our strict quality standards but yours as well. We also recommend checking out a Carfax or AutoSearch report for neutral third-party information about a used vehicle, including important details about past owners, previous service records, open recalls, and past accidents (if any).

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Toyota has become one of the country’s best-selling auto brands by providing high-quality vehicles that supply the kind of features customers most demand. It’s an approach that also pays off when folks are shopping for pre-owned models: After all, the used Toyotas for sale in Tempe still boasts amazing safety technologies, smart connectivity, high-tech powertrains, and creature comforts you may not expect from a mainstream brand. (Just remember that exact equipment may vary by model and model year.)

  • Many pre-owned Toyotas come standard with Safety Sense technologies such as automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, and automatic high beams, while additional driver assistance can come from a blind-spot monitor, a camera- based digital rearview mirror, and more.
  • Head-up displays, massive touchscreens, and head-up displays can also help you keep an eye on things.
  • Toyota treats you to a wide range of connectivity resources such as Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, WiFi compatibility, Bluetooth, Amazon Alexa compatibility, and wireless charging.
  • Families on the go will appreciate Toyota’s rear entertainment systems, and drivers will especially like the Easy Speak in-cabin PA when it’s time to talk to back-seat passengers.
  • Dial-up the driving excitement with used Toyota models upgraded by TRD — Toyota Racing Development — for enhanced performance and style.
  • Toyota’s efficiency leadership comes into focus with the brand’s award-winning hybrid technology.
  • Live it up in luxury with high-end touches like leather heated/ventilated seats, heated leather steering wheels, real wood trim, and JBL audio.


TAP 101 is your source for some of the hottest used Toyotas for sale in Tempe, whether you’re interested in a rough-and-ready SUV, a powerful truck, a premium people mover, a revved-up sports car, or simply an easy-to-own mainstream sedan. Further, if you don’t see the specific model you want on our lot, please let us know, and we can get to work to find the pre-owned Toyota you’re looking for. It’s all part of our commitment to serving our clients! Some of our favorite members of the Toyota family include:

  • Modern adventure machines like the Toyota RAV4, Highlander, Venza, and C-HR SUVs, all with athletic style, versatile capability, and innovative technology that — in many cases — can include high-efficiency hybrid powertrains.
  • The Toyota 4Runner and Toyota Sequoia are built with truck-like body-on-frame construction for robust towing strength and trail-friendly performance you just can’t get in a crossover.
  • Moving from truck-like to actual trucks, the Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma are at your service with fearless attitudes for adventure-friendly owners.
  • Toyota’s used sports cars come in two great flavors: The fun-but-affordable Toyota 86 and the fire-breathing Toyota GR Supra. Both boast purpose-built rear-wheel-drive chassis, revved-up styling, and track-friendly driving thrills.
  • There’s nothing like the Prius family for hybrid efficiency, and you can choose from the original hybrid hatchback — now available with all-wheel drive — along with the city- sized Prius c, the versatile Prius v, and the plug-in Prius Prime.
  • Toyota’s car lineup continues to show off rewarding alternatives to its trucks and SUVs, highlighted by the hot-looking Yaris hatchback, the compact Corolla — with its own available hybrid setup — and the classic Camry that can come with either a hybrid powertrain or a 301-hp V6 (or a thrifty four-cylinder engine).
  • The Toyota Sienna sets the bar for modern minivans with standard swagger and available hybrid and all-wheel-drive configurations.


After inventing an engine-powered automatic loom in the 1920s — even developing the engine itself — Sakichi Toyoda seemed to have his company on the fast track to success. However, his son, Kiichiro, wanted to take things in a different direction. Kiichiro engineered a car to fit around the company’s powerplants and thus was born the 1933 AA Sedan. It was the first vehicle to use the “Toyoda” name, although that was eventually changed to “Toyota” because the latter sounded better in Japanese. The automaking business proved so profitable that the Toyota Motor Company was launched as an independent entity.

Fast-forward to 1957, and Toyota was ready to make its mark on the U.S. auto industry. The starting point was the Toyota Crown sedan that sold all of 287 units in its first year in the United States. Needless to say, demand for Toyota models significantly increased over the years, so that the company’s overall U.S. deliveries topped the 1 million mark in 1972. By 1975, Toyota was the best-selling import brand in America. The company opened its first U.S. manufacturing plant roughly 10 years later and today is firmly established as one of the country’s most popular auto brands.

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