Japanese car manufacturer Toyota has been in the country for over two decades and the brand has launched number of models in the market during this time. Currently, the market conditions around the world are a bit challenging because of the ongoing Corona virus pandemic. In India, manufacturers has resumed operation in their dealerships post lockdown and are following government guidelines to control the spread of virus. Many manufacturers are now coming up with better offers and other schemes to uplift customer sentiments and improve car sales in the country. Toyota has also announced attractive finance schemes on its model for the month of July.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor earlier today announced special finance offers and schemes for its customers in India. In order to ease up the process of buying a car, Toyota Kirloskar has come up with variety of offers like unique buy-backs to some of the lowest EMIs. One of the main attraction in this scheme is the unique buy-back offer that is available for Yaris sedan and Glanza premium hatchback. Toyota has announced an assured buy-back offer of 55 percent on these two models.
Commenting on the exclusive & special set of offerings, Mr. 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.
Other than this assured buy-back offer, Toyota is also offering other schemes like a low EMI scheme for Innova Crysta MPV. As per this scheme, Toyota Innova can be had for an EMI as low as Rs 9,999. Apart from that, Toyota is also offering an EMI deferment of three months across all Toyota models in the country. This will definitely come in handy for those who are planning to buy a car during this time but are sceptical about their current financial situation.
Toyota currently has models like the Glanza, which is a rebadged Maruti Baleno, the Yaris C-segment sedan, the Innova Crysta MPV, the Fortuner luxury SUV, the Camry Hybrid D-segment sedan and the Vellfire luxury MPV in its line up. The automaker has tied up with Suzuki for a range of jointly developed and rebadged car models, the first of which will be introduced in India next year. The partnership with Suzuki will also see Toyota producing electric cars for the Indian market.