Toyota launches 50th 'U Trust' outlet offering trade-ins and used cars
Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd. (TKM) has announced the launch of Toyota U Trust's 50th outlet in India. U Trust facilitates sale, purchase and exchange of Toyota and non-Toyota cars. Amana Toyota, Mallapuram, Kerala is the 50th Toyota U Trust Outlet. Toyota now has a network of U Trust outlets all over India.
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Amana Toyota, Kerala is an independent U Trust facility and offers dedicated showroom ambiance for the buying and selling of used cars.
Toyota U Trust aims to offer potential customers an opportunity to exchange their cars of any make for a brand-new Toyota, extending them a chance to upgrade. Customers are also welcome to exchange their cars for competitively priced used Toyota cars. Also on offer are a wide range of value-added services including finance options, Toyota genuine accessories and insurance.
"The used car business is a part of our value added services offered to our customers. The market for used cars is growing at a rapid pace and plays an important part in attracting new customers and retaining existing Toyota customers. We aim to provide our customers a Toyota QDR experience and treat them at par with the new car customers as a result of which the customers can buy Toyota Certified used vehicles which are eligible for a warranty up to 1 year or 15,000kms. Certified vehicles pass through 203 point quality inspection check. Additionally, the customers can avail of up to three free labor services at all Toyota dealerships", said Mr. N Raja, Senior Vice President, Marketing, TKM. "We are also focusing on expanding our U Trust outlets across India to help more and more customers enjoy the Toyota U Trust experience", continued Mr. Raja.
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