Toyota of Plano dealership expands, breaks ground in north Plano

Toyota of Plano officials break ground on new dealership in north Plano.

Toyota of Plano officials break ground on new dealership in north Plano.

The Guenther family, owners of JG Auto Group which owns and operates Toyota of Plano, breaks ground on the new 15-acre dealership. The Guenther family, owners of JG Auto Group which owns and operates Toyota of Plano, breaks ground on the new 15-acre dealership.[/caption]

Toyota of Plano, a car dealership and service center, broke ground on its new center in north Plano today.

Toyota of Plano, currently located at 1001 Preston Road, Plano, will be relocating to 6888 SH 121, Plano, just west of Toyota Motor North America’s new headquarters. The dealership is expected to open at this new space in January 2018.

The new dealership will have about 405,000-square-feet of building and service capacity, multiple first floor entertainment lounges, a second floor VIP lounge and gourmet dining café run by Bonnie Ruth’s. The service department will also have over 100 service bays for regular and express maintenance, said Jack Guenther, president of JG Auto Group, which owns and runs Toyota of Plano.

Toyota of Plano is expected to add at least 40 new jobs to this location employing over 230 associates, said Mike Avellar, chief operating officer at Toyota of Plano.
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