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Welcome to Pukekohe Toyota

Pukekohe Toyota is part of the largest Toyota Dealership Group in New Zealand and it has been part of the Pukekohe & Franklin District Community for over 30 years.

It's our goal to provide a customer focused experience to all customers - our staff take pride in bringing you first class customer service across our sales, service and parts departments. We value our customers and we want to exceed their expectations each and every time they visit us.

We invite you to come on in to your Local and meet the Team at Pukekohe Toyota!

What does level 2 mean for your local Toyota Store?

Toyota Stores are open and ready to support you with your car buying and servicing needs. As we enter level 2 we ask you to follow the procedures at each store to keep you and the Toyota team safe.

Contact at our stores will be minimised as we continue to play it safe during level 2. But don't worry, you will still receive the high level of service you have come to expect when visiting our stores. We look forward to seeing you (at a distance) soon!

From the moment I received the initial email organising the service time, the vibe was really friendly,(as though you had known me for years) this continued when I arrived and was greeted as though I actually meant something to your service department, and again when I picked my car up. I have owned a car for 40 years and have used a lot of different service centres in this time, there has never been this "feel good experience" so much so that I look forward to the next service. This is the first time I have used Pukekohe Service centre and I will use you again, and I will definitely be recommending your services to my friends. Pukekohe Toyota Service Customer - March 2020

The Pukekohe Toyota Community

Geoff's Hilux

Pukekohe Toyota is a big fan of Geoff Thomas and GT is a big fan of the Toyota Hilux. "I love the 4WD mode", says GT, "Just flick the switch over and it handles the soft sand dunes as if we were on the main road. Too easy".

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Borrow our BBQ

Lift your next charity, school, club or community event by borrowing Pukekohe Toyota's Franklin Community BBQ trailer.  It's free to use, and we even throw in four loaves of bread and 2 x 40-packs of sausages to get you started!

Big thanks to our local Baker’s Delight and Mad Butcher for the wee helping hand!

If you're interested in borrowing our BBQ for an event, please send us an email or call us on (09) 237 0470.  We'll check its availability and send you a booking form.  Return the form, and the BBQ is yours to use!

After the event, simply return the BBQ to us clean and tidy.  We would also love a couple of photos of the BBQ in action at the event, and to know how much you raised.  How easy is that?

Supporting Young Athletes

Pukekohe Toyota is proud to support World Jiu Jitsu medal winner Emily Scrimgeour, we believe in you Emily!"

At Pukekohe Toyota we believe in encouraging young athletes and the Pukekohe High School First XV Rugby Team are a team to watch. It's always great to have the teams that we support drop in for a photo op.

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Sponsorship & Community Support

Pukekohe Toyota is proud to support a wide range of individuals, organisations and events within our community including:

Awhitu School,  Big Kids Day Out, Bombay School, Brooke Clarkson Motorsport, Buckland School, Burns Support Group, Counties Sports Fishing Club, Emily Scrimgeour, Fostering Kids, Franklin Arts Festival, Franklin Bride of the Year, Franklin Bride Show, Franklin Hospice, Franklin Multicultural Festival, Harrisville School, Koru Care NZ, Liam Lawson, Melisa Donahue, NZ Special Needs/Autism NZ, Patamahoe School, Pukekohe Christian School, Pukekohe East School, Pukekohe Family Fun Day, Pukekohe Golf Club, Pukekohe High School 1st XV, Pukekohe High School Boys & Girls Senior Basketball Teams, Pukekohe Hill School, Pukeware School, Puni School, RSA Franklin Pipe Band, Sunset Coast BMX, Team GCC Racing, Tuakau & Waiuku Duck Race, Valley School, Waiau Pa School, Waiuku Netball, Waiuku Rugby, Waiuku Fire Service, Waiuku Kindergarten and the Waiuku Community Patrol

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