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New paint system saves $40,000 a year and the environment

The introduction of a waterborne paint system at Toyota New Zealand’s Thames-based Signature Class plant is saving the company $40,000 a year and improving the environment, particularly for the...

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Fielding your interest...its game on at Toyota’s stand

Toyota’s Kiwi hospitality will be an integral part of their stand this year at Mystery Creek’s 50 th anniversary Fieldays ® from June 13 to 16. The popular Puha and Pakeha food truck will dispense...

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Exclusive Toyota Fortuner TRD arrives

The Toyota Fortuner has been given an aggressive upgrade with the inclusion of a TRD (Toyota Racing Development) enhanced version of the SUV to the New Zealand line-up. This is the first time in Ne...

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More than 12,000 kiwi kids are Toyota Kiwi Guardians

More than 12,000 kids have redeemed 23,954 medals as the Toyota Kiwi Guardians programme, which aims to increase Kiwi kids’ connection with nature, celebrates its second anniversary. Designed to he...

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New Corolla wows with flair, dynamic performance and technology

Toyota’s most technologically advanced small car, the 2019 Corolla, will arrive here later this year with a stylishly distinct, dynamic, muscular and sophisticated look. More power, better economy...

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Drive Happy Project on target

Toyota’s new way of selling vehicles, the Drive Happy Project, is on target despite its relatively quiet start in April, with 1362 * sales recorded to date since launch. “We expected a significant...

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