Toyota (UMW Toyota Motor) is showcasing the latest models at the ongoing Malaysia Autoshow, from 26 to 29 April at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) in Serdang.
The Toyota exhibition area located in Hall A, displays the latest Toyota models and visitors can also experience the superior off-road capabilities of the Toyota Hilux and Fortuner at the outdoor location.
“Toyota has been a regular participant at the Malaysia Autoshow since its inception in 2010. Being an event focussed on sales, we welcome the opportunity to show our latest models to visitors and invite them to take the vehicles for test-drives around MAEPS. Through their driving experiences, we hope they will see that Toyota offers ever-better vehicles to customers,” said Ravindran K., President of UMW Toyota Motor.
The highlight at the Toyota exhibition area are the new Toyota C-HR compact crossover SUV. Launched earlier this year in Malaysia, the C-HR has been drawing lots of attention with its head-turning looks. Also on display are the latest L-Edition Toyota Hilux, Vios, Sienta, Innova X and Avanza X.
Test-drives of the models around the spacious grounds of MAEPS are also available upon request. This will give visitors an opportunity to personally experience the performance, comfort and driving pleasure that Toyota vehicles offer.
Visitors to the Toyota booth can learn more about the various sales and aftersales services available. These include attractive financing schemes such as the Toyota 2-Tier plan which offers lower installments for the initial period of the hire-purchase loan.
At the outdoor sites (shuttles are provided to transport visitors), there will be an opportunity to experience the 4×4 capabilities of the Fortuner SUV and Hilux pick-up. Both models have a proven record of toughness and can serve its owners well as personal transport or ‘business partners’. Two features are the highlights including climbing capabilities and driver-assist systems . Customers get to try out the Hillstart Assist Control and Downhill Assist Control, as well.
The Hilux celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and in some regions, its name is even used to refer to any pick-up model. With its robust 4×4 system supplemented by Active Traction Control and Vehicle Stability Control, the Hilux can easily take on rough and slippery terrain.
The four-day Malaysia Autoshow provide car buyers and bargain hunters plenty of other activities, aside from cars.