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Launch of Toyota LandCruiser 300

September 3, 2021

LandCruiser 300 GR Sport. Overseas pre-production model. Final Australian specification may vary.   Customer deliveries of the highly anticipated Toyota LandCruiser 300 will be delayed, Toyota Australia announced today. As previously advised, LandCruiser production in Japan has been halted for part of August and most of September due to COVID-19 restrictions in Southeast Asia that have led to parts shortages. However, a limited number of vehicles will be in dealerships as demonstrator models nationally from...

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Toyota Australia Recalls Supra Vehicles due to Engine Management Software

August 24, 2021

Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a safety recall involving Supra vehicles produced between March 2019 – May 2021. There are 674 vehicles involved in the Australian market. The subject vehicles have been equipped with an engine management software that, under certain specific engine start conditions, could damage a component that provides braking power assistance. In this condition, there could be a loss of brake assist and an increase in stopping distance....

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Toyota Corolla sales top 50 million across the globe

August 13, 2021

Toyota has sold 50 million Corollas worldwide and more than 1.5 million in Australia   Toyota has sold its 50 millionth Corolla, cementing its position as the world’s most popular model. Over the course of the past 54 years, Australians have played a significant role in its success with more than 1.5 million Corollas sold locally. Australia was the first export market for Corolla when 15 examples of the small 1.1-litre KE10 two-door sedan left...

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Toyota HiLux and Fortuner gain key upgrades

August 12, 2021

Toyota has upgraded its popular HiLux (SR5 Double Cab Chassis and Pickup pre-upgrade image shown. Vehicle shown fitted with optional Toyota Genuine accessories, sold separately)   Toyota has updated its rugged and reliable HiLux pick-up and Fortuner family SUV with a variety of new comfort and safety features including fitting Toyota Connected Services1 as standard on all grades. The addition of Toyota Connected Services1 provides increased peace of mind for owners, offering vital assistance in the event...

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Two New Flagships for LandCruiser 300 Series

August 4, 2021

LandCruiser 300 (l-r) Sahara, Sahara ZX, GR Sport pre-production models.   Toyota Australia will launch two dramatically contrasting flagship LandCruiser variants when the all-new 4WD range goes on sale in the fourth quarter of this year. The dual strategy involves the introduction of GR Sport, offering distinctive off-road character and prowess, and Sahara ZX with a high-quality focus emphasising peerless on-road luxury. Toyota Australia Vice President Sales, Marketing and Franchise Operations Sean Hanley said the...

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TOYOTA MARKS LANDCRUISER’S 70TH BIRTHDAY IN STYLE

August 1, 2021

**Australia celebrates historic anniversary with special-edition LandCruiser 70 Series** **Unique features complement LandCruiser’s legendary 4WD performance** **10 million vehicles sold worldwide, including 1.14 million in Australia** Toyota’s legendary LandCruiser turns 70 today – an historic milestone being celebrated in Australia with the release of special-edition versions of the rugged LandCruiser 70 Series off-roader. The platinum anniversary marks the 1951 Japanese debut of the Toyota BJ, which three years later was renamed LandCruiser – a brand...

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Toyota 86 Update The Iconic Sportscar Lives On

July 30, 2021

The all-new GR 86 had its global dynamic debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK earlier this month (overseas pre-production model shown) The Toyota 86 has captured the hearts and minds of performance enthusiasts around the country, ever since it was first introduced to the Australian market in 2012. With its compact dimensions, front-engine/rear-drive layout, responsive drivetrain and affordable price tag, the popularity of the 86 is no surprise with over 20,000...

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Toyota Recalls Vehicle Due to Fuel Pump

July 30, 2021

Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate an expansion of a safety recall originally announced on 4th March 2020. The additional models involve 367 Toyota 86 vehicles produced between April 2018 – November 2018 (inclusive). The involved vehicles are equipped with a fuel pump which may stop operating. If this were to occur, warning lights and messages may display on the instrument panel, and the engine may not run smoothly. This can result...

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Toyota Announces Key Upgrades for HiAce and Granvia

July 30, 2021

Toyota announces HiAce upgrades, effective 2 September (pre-upgrade image shown).   Toyota Australia has announced updates for its HiAce van, HiAce Commuter Bus and Granvia wagon, bringing added technology and comfort and convenience features while offering a streamlined choice for customers. Headlining the model updates, available from September, is the addition of new safety and security technology with the fitment of Toyota Connected Services1 to all models. Inside, all three models benefit from upgraded features with...

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Toyota Encourages Australians to Connect with Nature and Plant a Tree for Planet Ark’s National Tree Day

July 29, 2021

Toyota Ambassador, Adam Goodes planting a Eucalyptus Baby Blue tree seedling to celebrate Planet Ark’s National Tree Day   Toyota Australia’s dealer network, students and local communities are giving nature a helping hand this week for Australia’s largest annual tree-planting and nature care events1 – Planet Ark’s Schools Tree Day and National Tree Day. Organised by Planet Ark in partnership with Toyota Australia, Schools Tree Day is held on Friday 30 July and National Tree...

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