Toyota India announces new offers across range, 55% buy back on Yaris and Glanza
Japanese automobile major Toyota has announced a host of offers to help the prospective customers make their choice. This include special benefits covering unique buy back offers to lowest EMIs. On the Yaris and Glanza, Toyota is offering an assured buy back scheme of 55 percent. Additionally, the company is also offering a low EMI scheme of Rs 9,999 for the Innova Crysta and EMI holiday across all models for three months
Commenting on the exclusive & special set of offerings, Naveen Soni, Senior Vice President, Sales and Services, Toyota Kirloskar Motor, said, "At Toyota, we strongly believe in the Customer First philosophy and our aim is to cater to our customers' expectations and needs by providing quick, cost effective, transparent and personalized services. The good news is that we are seeing some good momentum in the market contributing to more than double the growth in sales that we had witnessed in the month of May.
He also added, "The other factor that has helped us with gaining customer trust and attention are the new and innovative finance schemes that we have been offering to our customers to cater to their personal mobility needs, that too during a critical time like this. We would like to thank our customers for placing their trust on us. We want to continue bringing in such schemes so as to be able to offer the most unique offers to choose from. The EMI schemes for all Toyota models and 55% assured buyback offer for Glanza and Yaris will help the customers in fulfilling their dreams to own a Toyota vehicle without any further delay".
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