71 days ago

Alert Level Four

Botany Toyota

Good evening all,
As a result of this evening's announcement and the move tomorrow to Alert Level Four, Manukau Toyota Group has locked down all branches, effective immediately.

Please bear with us as we attempt to contact customers who are expecting vehicle deliveries in the coming days ... we will be updating individual customers via text message and email. Please consider service bookings from Wednesday onwards postponed for the time being. Again, we will be in touch with you as soon as practicable.

Updates as the lock-down continues will be posted here.

Please do all you can to stay safe and healthy, look after yourselves, friends and family.

Darren Smart
CEO, Manukau Toyota Group

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