Thursday, October 17, 2019
By Kamal Swami
Toyota Commences Special Service Campaign To Celebrate The Festival
Celebrating the 20 years of its successful existence in the Indian car market Japanese car market has initiated the “Three-Months Service Carnival” for the owners of its cars. The Japanese carmaker initiated its journey in the Indian continent twenty years back in 1999 and since then succeeded in retaining its position consistently in the market. The special service program will continue between October 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019 and can be availed at any of the Toyota’s dealerships within the country by the Toyota owners.
The Toyota vehicle owners bringing their vehicle to the dealership will be offered various benefits on car servicing and maintenance, replacement of components and various value added services. The company will offer the discount up to 20 percent on the general repairs including the labor and the parts replaced in the vehicle. The owners of Innova Crysta and Fortuner will be applicable to enjoy the discount up to 20 percent in the Toyota VCare service, that consists of 14 point safety check, followed by value added services including tyre and battery replacement.
Commenting the announcement of the ‘Service Carnival’, Mr. N Raja, deputy managing director, Toyota Kirloskar Motor, said, “We would like to sincerely thank all our customers for their support all through our 20 years journey here in India. Customer voice is of paramount importance to us and we are constantly working towards exceeding their expectations in terms of product, sales and service. As we continue to bring in innovative and special offers, we invite all our esteemed customers to be a part of this carnival and celebrate this festive season.”
As far as recent launches by the Japanese car maker are concerned, it has recently updated its compact sedan Yaris with new features and also extended its variant line-up with the competitive price tag of Rs. 8.65 lakh (ex-showroom, India). Along with this, it is also reported that the company is getting ready to launch the new MPV Vellfire by the end of this month. This MPV will go against the likes of Mercedes-Benz V-Class.