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Toyota of Manhattan Keeps Big Apple Giving


Big Apple GivingToyota of Manhattan launched its second Big Apple Giving campaign on Facebook where fans get the opportunity to vote for their favorite charity from a list of three pre-selected nominees. Toyota of Manhattan will donate $2,500 to the one with the most votes. The current contenders are:

  • Food Bank of NYC: Works to end hunger in New York City by organizing food, information and support for community survival and dignity
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City: Provides mentors to all children who need caring adult role models–special friends who can help expand their horizons, realize their potential and enrich their futures–changing their lives.
  • The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, Inc.: Committed to seeing the day when no New York City dog or cat of reasonable health and temperament is killed merely because he or she does not have a home.

“As a Manhattan business, we felt a sense of responsibility to help our neighbors and partner with worthy local organizations that could help the community,” stated Toyota of Manhattan General Manager Steve Kritikos.

To become a fan and vote for your favorite charity, visit www.Facebook.com/ToyotaOfManhattan.

Voting for this quarter ends July 3, 2012.

Big Apple Giving

Fans can also play to win an iPad 2 and answer trivia questions for free coupons to NYC restaurants. Additionally, as a fan you can cash in on exclusive online service specials and sign up for Toyota of Manhattan’s VIP discount program to get up to 20% off on all Toyota | Scion parts, accessories and regularly-scheduled maintenance.

All visitors can keep updated on events in and around New York City. As the ‘Big Apple’ guide to the Big Apple, Toyota of Manhattan knows their customer base is a varied and fun group.

To nominate a future non-profit, please contact jason.schroeck@toyotaofmanhattan.com.

More Happy Toyota of Manhattan Customers! Thank you Veronica and Robert!

Thank You Jesse! Another Happy Toyota of Manhattan Customer!

February 29, 2012 Leave a comment

Happy Toyota of Manhattan Customer Bart in Kiplinger’s Magazine with his New Toyota Prius v!

February 27, 2012 Leave a comment

Thank You Monica! Another Happy Toyota of Manhattan Customer

February 23, 2012 Leave a comment

Business Solutions: Vehicle Financing for Your Business

January 31, 2012 Leave a comment

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Through Toyota Financial Services: Business Solutions, we at Toyota of Manhattan can help you in many ways.

Toyota of Manhattan will help you save time by: obtaining both vehicles and financing from one place, streamlining the acquisition of future vehicles with a pre-qualified Vehicle Credit Line and by using one Master Agreement to buy or lease multiple vehicles. We will assist you in managing costs by consolidating multiple billing statements into one monthly statement, manage regular maintenance costs with a prepaid maintenance plan and help you select a finance or lease plan that best fits your budget and usage needs. Plan for the future by avoiding the rising cost of covered repairs with a TFS Vehicle Service Agreement.

How does that sound to you?! Visit our website for more information: toyotaofmanhattan.com/Business-Solutions or give us call today!

Toyota Regains #1 Spot for Brand Loyalty on Kelley Blue Book Site; Lexus Top Luxury Brand

January 20, 2012 3 comments

Yet, another reason to buy Toyota!

 

Kelley Blue Book reports that Toyota was #1 in brand lo­­yalty on its kbb.com website for the 4th quarter of 2011, bumping Hyundai, and Lexus was #1 among luxury brands.  Toyota last held the top spot in the 3rd quarter of 2010.

Toyota’s brand shopping loyalty for the quarter was at 50.6 percent, a 2.7 percentage point jump from the previous quarter.  Hyundai was second at 50.2 percent, Ford was third at 47.1 percent, Kia was fourth at 46.5 percent and Honda rounded out the top five at 46.4 percent.  Lexus was eighth on the overall list but first among luxury brands, followed by Audi at ninth and Mercedes Benz at eleventh.

“Hyundai was #1 in loyalty the past two quarters thanks to its strong designs, attractive value and the struggles of the Japanese brands with safety perception and supply issues,” said Akshay Anand, market intelligence Web analyst for kbb.com.  “However, Toyota has done a laudable job overcoming these issues, introducing programs such as ‘Toyota Care,’ while getting its supply back online.  The redesign of its flagship, the 2012 Toyota Camry, also helped drive interest to the brand and retain owners.”

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