Children, teachers and volunteers at Ride High in Milton Keynes have a reason to celebrate this weekend after Steven Eagell Toyota (Bedford) presented them with a cheque for £2,700 from Toyota (GB)’s ‘Fund for a Better Tomorrow’.
Toyota has introduced a new Approved Used Car Warranty programme to give even greater peace of mind and support for customers buying older and high-mileage vehicles. This reflects how built-in Toyota quality is giving owners the opportunity to purchase industry leading extended warranty cover for used cars.
The warranty services provided by Toyota and Lexus are ranked top in the British motor industry, according to the UK’s franchised car dealers. The latest survey by the National Franchised Dealers Association’s (NFDA) judged that the two Japanese brands provided the fairest warranty service for both dealers and customers in the winter period of 2011.
With more than 1,200 entries received, there was no shortage of technical inspiration and colourful creativity from the UK youngsters taking part in the 6th Toyota Dream Car Art Contest. This year produced highly original ideas for machines that are cleaner, safer and fun to drive, not least a car built entirely from sweets.
A Toyota Yaris provided by Helensburgh Toyota has proved to be the perfect vehicle for reporter Andrew Gibson and photographer Stewart Robertson from the Clydebank Post to take part in the grueling Monte Carlo rally. Starting last week from Clydebank College through to Monte Carlo the journey covered 1,300 miles and took them through the Alps.