COME AND VISIT TOYOTA MOBILITY AT THE MOBILITY ROADSHOW, DONINGTON PARK 20-22 JUNE 2002
Visitors to The Mobility Roadshow at Donington Park from 20-22 June will have the opportunity to come and see the extensive Toyota range available through the Motability scheme. Toyota Mobility is committed to further enhancing lifestyle options for disabled people by providing accessible, safe, reliable and economic transport.
Toyota will be offering a number of vehicles for test drives and inspection on its stand including the new Corolla What Car? Car of the Year winner, and the Toyota Yaris – recently voted top car from 144 models in the 2002 J.D. Power customer satisfaction survey.
Visitors to the show can also view a number of other vehicles available on the Toyota Motability scheme including the flexible and practical Previa MPV, the popular people carrier Avensis Verso seating up to seven, and the versatile mini MPV Yaris Verso. The revolutionary petrol-electric hybrid Toyota Prius will also be on display for visitors to discover the practical and innovative technology. Adapted controls will be available on some road test models.
Toyota mobility staff will be on hand to discuss the great offers available through Motability from Yaris S and GS at nil deposit to Corolla T3, five door with only £500 advance deposit.
The Mobility Roadshow is the world’s largest outdoor mobility event for disabled, older people and their carers. The Roadshow is open from Thursday 20 June until Saturday 22 June.
“The Mobility Roadshow aims to give anyone with a mobility problem the chance to see what is available to help solve that problem and – most importantly – evaluate the options. Visitors will also be given the unique opportunity to test drive adapted vehicles available within the Toyota range,” comments Jon Pollock, General Manager for Toyota Fleet.
“The extensive Toyota Mobility range demonstrates Toyota’s commitment to encourage disabled people to make the most of the opportunities available to them in their career, leisure and practical living pursuits,” Jon Pollock explains.
Note to Editors
A press and photocall opportunity will take place on Thursday 20 June on the Toyota stand. A guest of honour will be on hand to discuss the importance of an independent, fulfilling lifestyle and how a positive mental attitude can help disabled people achieve great goals. More details to be announced prior to the show.