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Tasman Toyota was formed in 2002, evolving from Gray & Inch Toyota, the original company being established in 1946. The dealership is New Zealand's longest operating Toyota franchise, and has been trading on its current site since 1963.
The premises underwent an extensive refurbishment in 2003 with a new Showroom and Parts and Service Reception areas built to take us into the new millennium. With the addition of our Westown branch in 2005 and also the acquisition of Hawera in 2010, we now employ over 55 people.
As a proud Toyota Franchise we offer a full range of Automotive Services and we are Lexus Parts and Service providers.
Our Toyota Stores are here to serve their local communities across the country with your vehicle purchasing and servicing needs. Our customer and staff safety is a priority to us, so our Stores are doing everything that is needed to keep you safe during the different COVID-19 Traffic Light phases.
Tasman Toyota books out its community BBQ to many charity organisations, schools and other entities seeking to raise money for great causes. The trailer can be booked through our Customers Relationship Manager - Jo Eliason by phoning 06-769-9933 Ext: 821
Excellent service. Even dropped me off at work and returned my vehicle to me again. Couldn't ask for better. 2016 Hawera Customer Radar Feedback
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