Here at Jim Hudson Toyota near Columbia, our mission is to deliver an unparalleled car buying experience. Our friendly and experienced team is here to help make it as easy as possible for you to get behind the wheel of the new or used vehicle you’ve been searching. Customer service and satisfaction is our top priority and because of this, our car dealership is a multi-time winner of the Toyota President’s Award, an honor we take very seriously. Along with becoming your go to local car dealer, we also have a strong belief in giving back to the Irmo area community and we’re proud to work with and support many local charity organizations.
Our commitment to delivering the best ownership experience possible doesn’t stop after the sale. Our state-of-the-art service department is here to provide the quality care and service that you and your vehicle deserve. Our customers enjoy many amenities including complimentary Wi-Fi, lifetime multi-point inspections, shuttle services, car washes, and much more. We also have a team of parts experts on hand to help you with all of your genuine Toyota OEM parts needs.
The next time you’re in search of vehicles for sale or auto service and parts near Chapin, SC, we invite you to stop into our showroom in Irmo to experience the Jim Hudson Toyota difference. With our massive inventory of cars, trucks, and SUVs to choose from along with excellent programs like our Xchange Dealer Trade Up Program and competitive financing options even for drivers with bad credit, we know you won’t be disappointed. Contact us today and we’ll be happy to help you with your automotive needs.
Jim Hudson, founder and principal of Jim Hudson Automotive Group, was presented with the Order of the Palmetto by Gov. Nikki R. Haley. “On behalf of the people of South Carolina, I am pleased to award Jim Hudson the Order of the Palmetto – our state’s highest civilian honor. This award is in recognition of his extraordinary work and dedication to the citizens of our state,” says Gov. Haley
At the Hudson’s Heroes Souper Bowl of Caring, we hosted 20 local high schools who helped pack over 4,000 boxes of food for the needy in the Midlands. These young men and women gave up a Saturday morning to help those in need!