Al-Futtaim Motors, the exclusive distributor of Toyota in the UAE, said the refreshed styling of its new Camry helped the brand achieve a solid 27 per cent growth in sales in the three months since the launch of the 2016 model.
Al-Futtaim Motors, the exclusive distributor of Toyota in the UAE, has handed over the first 50 Toyota Camry Hybrid to Arabia Taxi, a franchisee of RTA Dubai and a member of the Arabia Holdings Group of companies.
The new 2016 Toyota Camry was officially launched in Bahrain by Ebrahim K Kanoo, the authorised dealer of Toyota and Lexus brands in the kingdom.
The bumper-to-bumper redesign of the Toyota Camry for 2016 will add a new chapter to
Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it would recall a combined 361,800 vehicles globally, including the Camry sedan, covering three separate defects.
Subject to the recalls are 170,000 Camrys to fix a faulty ball joint that could
Toyota Motor Corp is recalling about 885,000 cars, mostly Camry, from the model years 2012 and 2013 due to potential problems with air conditioning condensers, the company said on Thursday.
Globally, the recall involves Camry, Ava
Toyota Australia has exported its one millionth vehicle to the Middle East recently.
The company has been supplying Camry and Aurion vehicles to the region since 1996, said a statement from Al Futtaim Motors, the exclusive distrib
Ebrahim K Kanoo, the distributor of Toyota and Lexus in Bahrain, has launched Ramadan offers for customers who purchase a Toyota car during the month.
Customers will enter a raffle to win a brand new 2013 Toyota Camry, or 2013 Toy
Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), part of Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has enhanced its current fleet with 1,100 new Toyota vehicles purchased from Al-Futtaim Motors, exclusive distributors of Toyota in the UAE.
The new deal
Toyota presented its full line-up at the 33rd Saudi International Motor Show (Sims) which was held in Jeddah recently under the patronage of the Ministry of Transport.
The event took at the Jeddah Centre for Forums and Events, a statement
Toyota Motor President Akio Toyoda apologised for the recall of millions of vehicles around the world, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported, as the deepening recall crisis threatened to further damage its sales and delay an earnings recovery.