News from Lander Toyota

  1. 5 May 2011

    Toyota Genuine Parts Revolutionary Rewards Offer

    Toyota is giving trade customers the opportunity to turn Toyota Genuine parts purchases into Qantas Frequent Flyer points for the authorised representatives they nominate. The revolutionary offer is facilitated through the automotive-trade rewards program, GetGenuine™.

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  2. 4 May 2011

    Toyota Extends Leadership

    Toyota Australia extended its overall market leadership in April with sales 50 per cent higher than any other company, according to official figures released today. April's result for Toyota was 50.1 per cent - or 4,570 vehicles - better than its nearest rival.

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  3. 2 May 2011

    Toyota Launches Aurion White Limited Edition

    Toyota has launched a Limited Edition Aurion offering more than $3000 of additional features over the Aurion Prodigy on which it is based. Numbers for the new Aurion White are strictly limited - only 250 have been built.

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  4. 22 April 2011

    Toyota Australia Vehicle Production Update

    Toyota Motor Corporation's announcement today (22/04/2011) is consistent with Toyota Australia's planned vehicle production schedule for May. On 14 April Toyota Australia informed employees, dealers and suppliers that the Altona manufacturing plant will operate on a reduced schedule of around 50 per cent in the month of May. Production outlook for June will be confirmed in May.

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  5. 15 April 2011

    FJ Cruiser Sweeps Rally WA

    Toyota's new FJ Cruiser will act as the official 'sweep' vehicle on the Quit Forest Rally WA on April 15-17. The FJ Cruiser will stand in for an original FJ40 that has been used as the sweep vehicle at 90 per cent of Western Australian rallies over the last 30 years.

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  6. 15 April 2011

    Toyota Update on the Impact of Events in Japan

    Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) offers its most-sincere sympathies to those affected by the March 11 Great East Japan Earthquake. As TMC continues to address its production situation in Japan following the disaster, it has decided that vehicle production from May 10 to June 3 will proceed at approximately 50 percent of normal.

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  7. 14 April 2011

    Japan Earthquake Causes Short Term Adjustment for Altona Plant

    Toyota Australia will adjust vehicle production at its Altona manufacturing plant to manage available parts supply following last month's Japan earthquake and tsunami.

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  8. 8 April 2011

    Toyota Lowers Prius Price

    Toyota Australia has reduced the price of its Prius petrol-electric range as hybrid technology begins to enter the mainstream.

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  9. 8 April 2011

    Japan Earthquake and Production

    As Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) continues to address its production situation in Japan following the March 11 Great East Japan Earthquake, it has decided it will produce vehicles at all its Japanese vehicle-production facilities from April 18 to April 27.

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  10. 6 April 2011

    Toyota Continues to Monitor Local Supply

    Toyota Australia continues to monitor the supply condition of vehicles, parts and subcomponents sourced from Japan and the potential for current events in Japan to impact on local operations. There is currently no impact on Toyota Motor Corporation Australia's (TMCA's) vehicle manufacturing operations at Altona, Victoria. The April production schedule remains unchanged.

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