Whitehorse Toyota Celebrates Grand Opening of New Location

Posted on 27. Sep, 2018 by in Toyota Canada

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WHITEHORSE, YT, Sep 26, 2018 – As Whitehorse Toyota eyes a half-century of portion drivers, Toyota’s northernmost play is slicing a badge on a new salon and use area designed to gentle a heart of each Yukoner.

“We’ve cared for drivers in a Yukon given 1970 and a new trickery will safeguard they continue to suffer a best sales and use knowledge in a Canadian automobile industry,” pronounced Ken Mason, Dealer Principal during Whitehorse Toyota (formerly famous as Mic Mac Toyota). “Our new dealership comforts many amenities that make it a pleasure to try all Toyota has to offer, including an considerable choice of imperishable nonetheless gentle – and really constant – SUVs and pick-up trucks that are ideal partners for life in a north.”

“As this mint trickery demonstrates, Whitehorse Toyota is stability to deposit in this community,” pronounced Larry Hutchinson, President and CEO, Toyota Canada Inc. “The trickery doubles a dealership’s space, provides some-more services for Toyota customers, and represents a long-term joining to Whitehorse Toyota employees and a people of Whitehorse.”

Whitehorse Toyota is good famous in a Yukon for a village involvement. The dealership is a long-time unite of a annual Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Festival. (In fact, Mason and his mother Sandra were crowned Mr. Mrs. Yukon during a 2017 festival!) Ken is also a unchanging caller during McCauley Lodge, where he has been personification guitar and singing to perform a residents of this retirement village for some-more than 30 years, and a dealership is an ongoing unite of a Special Olympics.

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Whitehorse Toyota’s joining to a Yukon is also clear in a pattern of a new facility, that some-more than doubles a dealership’s space to 25,000 block feet. 

A new 2,700 block feet salon has room for 6 vehicles indoors, with TV and internet comforts in a lounge. Visitors can try a new tech centre, that highlights Toyota’s attention heading reserve systems and user-friendly features. The new dealership also has some-more space to concede for a incomparable on-site preference of new Toyota vehicles, and Toyota Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles.

Toyota dealerships have a repute for glorious patron service, and Whitehorse Toyota and a group of 20 employees continues to denote because this is so. The dealership comforts an enclosed drive-through accepting area for car servicing, and an indoor area to broach new vehicles to business – charity Yukon drivers a new turn of year-round comfort. Whitehorse Toyota’s 4 use accepting bays, 9 automatic bays, dual rinse bays, and dual fact bays are prepared to caring for Toyota drivers and fast get them on their way.

Whitehorse Toyota’s new trickery also incorporates a series of comforts to minimize a environmental footprint – notably, specifically mutated window glazing to yield higher insulation, to revoke heating costs and emissions, and to urge year-round comfort.

The new Whitehorse Toyota salon and use centre is located during 111 Range Road, and is reduction than a 10-minute expostulate from a prior location.

 

For some-more on a dealership, revisit www.whitehorsetoyota.com.

 

About Toyota Canada Inc.

Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) is a disdainful Canadian distributor of Toyota and Lexus vehicles. Toyota has sole over 5 million vehicles in Canada by a inhabitant network of 287 Toyota and Lexus dealerships. Toyota is dedicated to bringing safety, quality, dependability and trustworthiness in a vehicles Canadians expostulate and a use they receive. TCI’s conduct bureau is located in Toronto, with informal offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and Halifax and tools placement centres in Toronto and Vancouver. Toyota operates dual production comforts in Canada. Having constructed some-more than 8 million vehicles, renouned Canadian models built during these comforts embody Toyota RAV4, Toyota Corolla, Lexus RX 350 and RX 450h hybrid.

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