News from Brian Hilton Toyota

  1. 3 June 2020

    Toyota Rotates Executive Trio to Expand Leadership Experience

    Toyota Australia has announced senior executive changes as part of its long-term rotation policy designed to develop the experience and abilities of its leadership team.

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  2. 26 May 2020

    Toyota to Support 86 Grassroots Motorsport until 2022

    Australia's aspiring race drivers will have another two years to develop and hone their craft under the eye of professional drivers with Toyota confirming its popular grassroots 86 racing series will be run through to the end of 2022 season.

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  3. 20 May 2020

    Toyota Australia Recalls RAV4 Vehicles Due to Front Lower Suspension Arms

    Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a safety recall involving RAV4 petrol and hybrid vehicles produced between 25th September 2019 and 17th October 2019. The total number of vehicles involved is 1,552.

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  4. 18 May 2020

    Toyota Australia Celebrates Dealer Excellence with National Dealer of the Year Awards

    Toyota Australia has celebrated excellence throughout its Dealer Network, with 15 Dealers awarded the 2019 Toyota President's Award for Excellence. The President's Awards recognises the top Toyota Dealers around Australia - the best all-rounders at a dealership level, who showed exemplary performance in 2019. Criteria is based on a range of elements such as dealership sales, service and facilities.

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  5. 11 May 2020

    Hybrid Power Features in Next Generation Toyota Kluger

    Toyota has confirmed the next-generation Kluger SUV will offer both hybrid and petrol engine options when it arrives in Australia in the first half of next year.

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  6. 6 May 2020

    Toyota Welcomes Federal Government Hydrogen Initiative

    Toyota Australia has welcomed the $300 million commitment by the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to invest in hydrogen energy projects.

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  7. 1 May 2020

    Toyota Australia Recalls Landcruiser 70 Vehicles due to Exhaust Pipe Heatshield

    Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a recall involving LandCruiser 70 vehicles produced between June 2016 and November 2018 to improve outreach to consumers. There are 22,971 vehicles involved in the Australian market.

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  8. 29 April 2020

    Toyota Passes 15 Million Global Sales of Hybrid Vehicles

    Toyota's technological leap forward - that began with Prius in 1997 - has now evolved into a global phenomenon with Toyota's hybrid vehicle sales totaling 15 million units across all Toyota brands.

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  9. 26 April 2020

    Toyota Technology Lends a Hand in the Fight Against COVID-19

    Toyota has utilised its advanced design, technology and production expertise to help assist the medical community in protecting them from the COVID-19 virus by developing and manufacturing desperately needed face shields.

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  10. 24 April 2020

    Toyota Secures Additional RAV4 Hybrid Supply

    Toyota Australia has secured a substantial increase in production of its popular RAV4 Hybrid SUV from the factory in Japan with the additional vehicles arriving during the second half of 2020.

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