UMW Toyota Motor kick starts Rewards program for month of April

Toyota promos April 2016_2 For the month of April, UMW Toyota Motor has announced further cash rebates and greater rewards for customers purchasing Toyota vehicles. The current promotion ends on 30 April.

Depending on the model and variant, the rewards include attractive cash rebates of up to RM4,000 which would reduce the amount of hire-purchase loans. In other words, customers get a lower monthly installment. UMW Toyota Motor has a panel of finance providers which offer hire-purchase loans with attractive interest rates. Furthermore, the company has a panel of insurance companies to provide their customers additional benefits and faster claims processing on accident repairs and more.

In addition, for those who buy a Toyota Vios, Corolla Altis or Camry Hybrid, there is also a free scheduled servicing for 5 years and the Toyota Vios and Corolla Altis also come with accessories worth up to RM7,200. The accessories include items such as an advanced DVD audio-video infotainment system with GPS navigation, reverses camera, aerokit and digital video recorder.

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The Toyota rewards program is also available for vehicles purchased at the Toyota WOW Roadshows that are presently ongoing, as well as Toyota showrooms nationwide.

2016 Toyota Dream Car Art contest

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Nine children have had their artwork selected as the winning masterpieces in the National phase of the 2016 Toyota Dream Car Art Contest. The global contest, organised by Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) is in its tenth year.

The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest is one of the largest global art contest, participated by children from over 81 countries who shared their ideas about the future of mobility by drawing their dream cars. Each year, the contest starts around November of the prior year with the national phase where the best submissions in each category are chosen. There are three categories for different age groups: under 8 years old, 8 to 11 years old and 12 to 15 years old.

Drawings by respective country winners’ are sent to TMC Japan for the World Contest phase where every submission will be judged by TMC top management, together with art experts. The award ceremony for the World Contest phase is scheduled to be held in Japan this August and will be attended by participants whose drawing is selected as the finalist.

For this year’s National phase in Malaysia, UMW Toyota Motor received more than 600 entries, mostly coming from participants in the 10 – 12 year old category. Each submission was judged by a panel of judges comprises of local experts and UMW Toyota Motor management.

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