Toyota Announces 2012 edition of ‘Summer Holiday’ Campaign

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Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) today announced the beginning of its ‘Summer Holiday’ Campaign 2012 – a service campaign with free check up & custom made offers for all Toyota cars. The month-long campaign will be conducted across Toyota dealerships from 16th April to 15th May, 2012. Toyota has set a benchmark in the automobile industry for its quality products and more so for Q Class Service Experience. Keeping this tradition alive, Toyota has launched this service campaign across all the Dealerships in South, West and Eastern parts of India. Under this campaign, all Toyota customers visiting Toyota Dealerships will be eligible for a free 20 point check which will ensure road worthiness of vehicle & trouble free journey for Toyota customers. Also, the customers will be able to avail custom made offers which include Free UV Protection on Parts Packages, impressive discounts on accessories & insurance renewal offers.  Apart from all of these, there will be a daily lucky draw for the chauffeurs visiting the dealership during this campaign.

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Sandeep Singh, Deputy Managing Director, TKM, said, “Based on our ‘Customer First’ approach, we at Toyota believe in reinventing different ways to reach out to our customers with Toyota’s promise of Q Class Service. After an overwhelming customer response on ‘Suhana Summer Campaign’ last year, we thought it would be the right time to conduct the campaign again this year. We have timed this service campaign to correspond with the summer holidays in India. The campaign will help our customers to service their cars and gear up their vehicles for long journeys, ensuring safe, comfortable and trouble free drives during this summer season.”

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  • Viper says:

    darn 4 months of wait is just plain stupidity after 1 year of head start by suzuki – for this face lift.and they left out the basics – split seats or even the 3rd headrest that they gladly give in international versions!

    they still think Indians are cheap bus**turds who will lap up any crap thrown at them… and these Suzuki guys are real stupid to think so. thanks for the price cut Honda!

  • Ivan says:

    more than a revolution of a car its a evolution

    would i buy one…well i dont think so why one would say well there is nothing new and i think Suzuki played conservative with the design..i expected more

    infact i saw it today as a display car at a showroom

    first thing i saw was how similar it looked to the existing model

    maruti why not make a smaller kizashi huh