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Visit us for all your vehicle needs, including finance and insurance, servicing and repairs, WOF inspections, as well as parts and accessories from New Zealand's largest Toyota parts department.
Our city branch is conveniently located on the corner of Montreal and St Asaph Street; a short walk to the hospital, Avon River, Riverside Markets, and the City Mall, or visit the Miles Toyota Airport Service Centre just outside the Christchurch Airport.
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The Canterbury West Coast Air Rescue Trust provides a world-class air rescue and air ambulance service that flies from accident sites to hospitals and critical care units throughout the South Island, with their helicopters rescuing over 900 people in 2016.
They heavily rely on donations in order to continue their essential work, and we’re proud to help out by giving the ground teams the use of a Toyota Corolla and Fortuner so they can support the teams in the sky!
Ronald McDonald House South Island Trust is an independent registered charitable trust established to help and support South Island children and their families. The Trust is managed by a voluntary Board of Trustees, a small staff and many volunteers.
Miles Toyota is proud to have sponsored Ronald McDonald House South Island right from day one, giving the House a vehicle to use and carry on their good work! Each year, we also have a team of our staff pitching in and cooking a dinner for the families.
The Canterbury Rugby Football Union is a pillar in the Canterbury sports community and a dominating force on the field. Since 1879, the CRFU has provided leading rugby entertainment that often takes home the prized Ranfurly Shield, garnering massive support from Cantabrian fans.
We support the CRFU’s men's and women’s teams, as well as provide their staff with RAV4s, Corollas, a Camry, and a Highlander. We also sponsor the Take a Kid to Footy games, providing entertainment and goodies for the young rugby supporters. We’re proud to be a part of New Zealand’s greatest pastime on such a local level.
An ongoing relationship with the Canterbury Basketball Association has developed into something special over the years.
The Alloyfold Canterbury Wildcats are top competitors in the National Woman’s Basketball Championship. The team makes use of sign written RAV4. We’re also delighted to be a player sponsor of Shea Crotty.
We've had the absolute pleasure of joining the local Toyota 86 Club on their regular cruises throughout the South Island, including trips to Arthur's Pass and Akaroa. Taking in the stunning scenery on a winding road as part of a convoy of Toyota 86 and GT86s is a real delight and gives us a chance to 'hang out' with our customers outside of the showroom.
With a vested interest in bettering our community for years to come, we're excited to be able to support local sports team such as Southbridge RFC in their goal of encouraging healthy sportsmanship as we believe a better tomorrow starts today.
Absolutely over the moon with my purchase! Bought a 2008 Toyota Aurion Sportivo and couldn't be more happy with the sale!! Cheers to Peter and Miles Toyota for making it happen. Next round's on me! Jason Blanchard
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