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Cooke Howlison has been a successful, locally owned and operated company since 1895, and we pride ourselves on providing our customers with an exceptional level of service in Balclutha and Dunedin. Our passion is our people - our staff and our customers.
We are able to offer you the full range of new Toyota vehicles, Toyota Signature Class used vehicles, as well as other quality used passenger and commercial vehicles. With vehicle Finance and Insurance, Parts, Grooming and Service; we are a one-stop shop for all your motoring needs.
Come and meet our friendly team today.
Cooke Howlison Toyota is a proud supporter of our local ecosanctuary, Orokonui.
The ecosanctuary aims To restore the ecological integrity of the Orokonui Valley by providing a pest-free environment where existing native species can thrive and into which absent native species can be safely introduced.
Alzheimers Otago provides support to people with dementia and their families across all of Otago.
Cooke Howlison had supported Alzheimers Otago since 2008 and along with some local grants provided the organisation with a new Toyota Corolla.
Together with Otago’s Department of Conservation, Cooke Howlison Toyota ran a Wild Dunedin competition to encourage ecosystems to flourish throughout Otago.
Participants made bug motels out of natural materials around the house and backyard.
The activity also qualified children to receive a Toyota Kiwi Guardians medal.
The team at Cooke Howlison Toyota have been participating in the local Santa Parade for decades.
Providing vehicles to tow the floats, as well as drivers, our team enjoys getting in the Christmas spirit every year
Cooke Howlison Toyota is a proud supporter of the Edgar Centre.
Our partnership with the Edgar Centre reaches far and wide into the community through sports, theatre, conferences and more.
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