Globe Toyota Witnessing Huge Demand of all Toyota Vehicles This Festive Season!

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Globe Toyota Witnessing Huge Demand of all Toyota Vehicles This Festive Season!: “Cumulative wholesales in this Financial Year from the time period of April to September 2022, has witnessed a phenomenal growth of 68% compared to the corresponding period of last year, further strengthening TKM’s sales-trajectory,” shared Mr. Vivek Datta, MD & CEO Globe Toyota.

Globe Toyota Witnessing Huge Demand of all Toyota Vehicles This Festive SeasonCommenting on the month’s performance, Mr Datta said, “This month we launched our latest offering from Toyota which includes the first self-charging strong hybrid electric vehicle in the B SUV segment and the Urban Cruiser Hyryder which was first unveiled in July. The brand new SUV from Toyota has received rave reviews, with booking orders exceeding beyond our expectations and further reinforcing customer’s faith and trust in Toyota’s technological prowess.”

Pricing for the new model has also been very well received by our customers and the market alike, as Toyota India have tried to price all the grades of the Hyryder very competitively. Deliveries of the vehicle have begun recently, and we are thrilled that our customers will be able to drive home the brand new Urban Cruiser Hyryder this festive season.

Our segment leading models like the Fortuner, Legender and the Innova Crysta Petrol continue to garner customer orders whilst models like the cool new Glanza continue to clock promising wholesales as well as customer orders.

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Further, Datta Added ‘We, at Globe Toyota, are in line with Toyota’s commitment towards sustainability and protecting the environment in line with the principle of ‘Respect for the Planet’.

Towards this, in 2015, Toyota announced its global environmental challenge 2050, which seeks to contribute towards establishing a ‘future-proofed’ sustainable society that is in harmony with nature. Under this ambition, Toyota has set for itself six challenges, the first three of which includes goals towards achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 throughout the entire lifecycle of our products.

Thereby, we not only aim to address the impact of the vehicles that we sell, but also to cover our entire value-chain including manufacturing activities. In that sense, we aspire to go beyond the tailpipe emissions, and take a more holistic and society focused approach in our sustainable interventions.”

And all other vehicles in the Toyota line-up will further aid us in catering to the myriad mobility needs of our Indian consumers.

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