Toyota, Harford County MD
Toyota Car Dealer Near Harford County MD
Come see all the newest Toyota models all on one lot at Jones Toyota. Our friendly staff members would love to help you, and all the people in the Harford County area, find the perfect car at a price within your budget.
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Shop our massive selection from the comfort of your Harford County home. Go online where you can browse all of our available inventory. Or stop by our dealership today where one of our knowledgeable team members are ready to help you shop and compare 100s of Toyota models ALL on one lot.
In the market for a certified pre-owned Toyota in the Harford County area? Come to Jones Toyota and let our staff save you time and money. Let our experienced staff get you in the car of your dreams at an affordable price. Shop our wide array of certified pre owned and other used cars online today.
Financing a car can be a hassle free process with the help of the Jones Toyota finance team. Our dedicated team can help you, and everyone in the Harford County area, obtain affordable financing. It's easy to get started today, go online where you can fill out our credit application. Once we receive your completed application, a member of our Finance Team will contact you to follow up.
Need a reliable service center in the Harford County area to keep your vehicle in tip top shape? Jones Toyota Service Center can handle all your needs whether it is routine maintenance or a major repair. Are you a do-it-yourselfer? Our Toyota parts department is stocked and ready to get your what you need. Schedule your service appointment online today.
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About Harford County Maryland
Harford County was formed in 1773 from the eastern part of Baltimore County. It was named for Henry Harford, the illegitimate son of Frederick Calvert, 6th Baron Baltimore. Henry Harford was born to Calvert's mistress, Hester Whelan, whose residence still stands as part of a private residence on Jarrettsville Pike, in Phoenix, Maryland. Harford served as the last Proprietary Governor of Maryland but, because of his illegitimacy, did not inherit his father's title. Tudor Hall is in Harford County and is the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth. Harford County was also where the Bush Declaration was signed. Havre de Grace, a popular city within Harford County, was once under consideration to be the capital of the United States rather than Washington DC. There are a number of properties in the county that are on the National Register of Historic Places.