Toyota Spare Parts
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Toyota has been one of the most popular automotive brands in Australia and beyond for as long as anyone can remember. They have achieved this status because of their ability to make great cars, but like all vehicles, even the best ones need a little TLC every now and again. That is why the demand for Toyota spare parts is always huge. Rather than simply giving up on an older Toyota vehicle, owners will go in search for the parts that will help squeeze a few more years of life out of their engine.
Expect more parts to be hitting the market soon, as Toyota have just begun operations at a spare parts distribution center that will be the largest in the Middle East and North Africa. All told, the center will be able to serve over half a million vehicles, which is an absolutely staggering number. Toyota has been doing business in Egypt for quite some time now, and the creation of the parts center, which took about two years to put together, is part of a plan to further expand operations in that part of the world. The parts center is located in Sadat City, and is a cavernous 30,000 sqm.
This move by Toyota is actually essential, as the automotive industry is recovering and growing at a great rate. The slow years seem to be a thing of the past, as sales in almost every single segment are blossoming the world over. A report issued by the Automotive Marketing Information Council revealed that car sales in the first quarter of 2015 were up by almost 15%. Those numbers included a wide variety of vehicles, with buses and trucks in the mix. When looking at passenger cars alone, that jump in sales was almost identical at 14%. Toyota accounted for about 7,300 vehicles during the first quarter of 2015.
Now that the parts center is up and running, officials from Toyota believe that genuine parts will be made available in no time at all. This is not only a benefit to the consumer, who will enjoy the affordable prices of the parts, but also to accredited agents, who will no longer have to scramble to get their hands on parts that are inflated in price. It’s a win/win scenario that may well have a ripple effect across the entire region.
It’s refreshing to see a huge company try to build up their business in a developing region, and it’s also great that they are committed to providing quality spare parts at a price that everyone can afford. Australian consumers routinely go back to the Toyota brand time and again because they know exactly what they are going to get when they purchase a vehicle bearing that brand. When you buy an import car, you want to be sure that spare parts are available and affordable, which is exactly what Toyota seem to be trying to deliver.