Toyota announced a recall of some 6,39 million vehicles worldwide today. The automotive giant’s decision comes after it found fault in 27 of its models,… Read more →
Watch as Toyota’s Giniel de Villiers, currently competing a Yaris S2000 in the National Rally Championship, gets introduced to his National Off-Road Championship-competing, Hilux-driving, team-mate.
Toyota South Africa Motors has released its most outlandish Land Cruiser yet, the FJ Cruiser.
Toyota South Africa Motors has announced that vehicle production at its production facility in Prospecton in Durban will continue at 100 per cent, despite the recent events caused by the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan.
Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) has received a lot of flack over the past few years for its product placement and pricing. Since it stopped producing the popular Tazz, the company has not had a budget-friendly option in its line-up, and even the B-segment Yaris was a bit out of reach of the first-time buyers. However, all this has now changed. Enter the Aygo.
A joint 10-month study carried out by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) with NASA engineers has cleared Toyota’s electronic throttle control system of causing unintended acceleration, other than those addresses by Toyota in recent recall programmes, but the lawsuits remain.
Toyota South Africa Motors announced that the company plans to invest R363 million in a new parts distribution warehouse in the Ekurhuleni municipality.
NAAMSA has released a 2010 wrap up of vehicle sales and the report shows that new car sales numbers ended on the high note for 2010. When compared with the same month in 2009, December 2010 new vehicle sales reflect an improvement of just short of 30 per cent.
Beware those bearing false gifts – Toyota South Africa has been made aware of a new scam…
It’s been a few years since we last saw the Sprinter badge grace the paintwork of a Corolla, but in line with the recent facelift that sought to bring out the age-old saloon’s sportier qualities; Toyota South Africa Motors has brought back the once very popular Sprinter models.