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A motor racing debut in New Zealand’s most competitive single make car racing championship in front of a crowd of 100,000 people is not everybody’s ideal start to a motor racing career.
Expanded equipment and sharper pricing improve the value and appeal in the revised Toyota Previa.
Waikato University student Taylor Cockerton has confirmed that he will contest the 2017 Toyota Racing Series, the first driver and Kiwi to commit to the championship.
From the brutal bellow of a V8 ute to the refined balance of Toyota’s purpose-built TR 86 sports coupe race car: Milford, Auckland driver Mike Lightfoot is ready to race.
The Toyota Corolla is now available with a hybrid powertrain in New Zealand.
The biggest prize purse in New Zealand’s premiere 2016-2017 motorsport series – a total of $100,000 – has been announced for the Toyota TR 86 Championship.
Aucklander Nick Cassidy claimed his maiden victory in the FIA European Formula Three Championship at Circuit Park Zandvoort in the Netherlands over the weekend.
Expect to see a maximum grid contesting the five-round Toyota Racing Series here in January and February next year.
Toyota New Zealand steers attention to their Thames plant in an all new TVC capturing the commitment and character behind their used vehicle refurbishment operations.
Toyota New Zealand is recalling a total of 36,961 new and used import Toyota and Lexus models due to a possible fault involving the charcoal canister fitted to the fuel tank.
New Zealand race drivers are using their TR 86 sports coupes to hone their skills in winter motor racing – no matter how foul the weather – and setting their goals for the coming summer race season.
The latest Hilux launch that saw the model’s range expand to 21 variants late last year is making inroads with customers in the Light truck market.
Toyota New Zealand has announced that the FJ Cruiser, an SUV model that has been part of its New Zealand line-up since 2010, will end production in August this year.
Rumoured to be the most successful Toyota Festival yet, the three day event held in the picturesque Central Otago drew a generous crowd with plenty of thrill-based activities in March.
In 1966 Toyota made a modest entry into the New Zealand car market. Fifty years later and the brand is still going strong.
The highly-publicised C-HR has been confirmed as the latest addition to Toyota New Zealand’s SUV line-up following the world premiere of the production model at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
Bowater Toyota has been announced the 2015 Toyota dealer of the year at the annual Toyota Dealer Awards ceremony in Nelson over the weekend. This is the second year in a row that the dealership has won the coveted award for overall excellence in all aspects of dealership operations.
The annual Toyota Festival offers more excitement and track-based brilliance for 2016 featuring a celebrity guest and an extended event line-up.
The highly anticipated 2016 RAV4 is now in dealerships and looks to build on the successful platform created by the outgoing model with added safety features, stature and a dynamic new look.
By using renewable energy and hydrogen-based production methods Toyota wants to completely eliminate CO2 emissions from manufacturing and vehicle use by 2050.