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Toyota recall passes 80% completion in UK

The programme also ensured no new or used vehicles were sold without first receiving the required adjustment. In spite of the high profile recall programme,…

The programme also ensured no new or used vehicles were sold without first receiving the required adjustment.

In spite of the high profile recall programme, Toyota continued to prosper in terms of new car sales, with healthy increases posted both in March and the first quarter of the year. Last month saw figures up 15.5 per cent compared to the same month in 2009, at more than 18,000 units. The first three months of the year show Toyota outperforming 2009 by almost seven per cent, with more than 28,800 new car sales.

Toyota’s positive sales momentum is set to continue, thanks to its ground-breaking new customer option of an extended five-year warranty or three years’ free servicing on all new retail and small business car sales. Under the banner “your choice, our promise”, it delivers perfect peace mind for motorists when making their new car purchase decision- let hope Toyota Nigeria Limited is doing almost the same.

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