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TKM Launches Toyota Used Car Outlet, Opportunity To Sell & Buy Used Toyota Cars

New Delhi.
Toyota Used Car Outlet:
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) has also entered the pre-owned car business with the launch of Toyota Used Car Outlet (TUCO) in Bengaluru. Thus, it is the first car manufacturer to offer fully OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) refurbished used cars to its customers. The ‘Maru Maru’ is exclusive to Toyota with the signature high quality precision cleaning. TKM is also providing financial support from TFSIN along with personal RTO support to the customers for easy documentation process.

The used car business is expanding rapidly
Toyota Kirloskar Motor has reaffirmed its commitment to create a transparent and reliable used car market for Toyota customers across India. The facility will only buy and sell Toyota owned cars. The company has started its pilot project in Bengaluru and is planning to expand in future. Under this, every suitable Toyota car will undergo a detailed inspection at the TKM Workshop to determine the current quality level of the car before it is refurbished by Toyota. This will ensure the highest level of quality and reliability for the end users of the product.

customers benefit
Inaugurating the Toyota Used Car Outlet, Vikram Kirloskar, Vice Chairman, TKM said that the used car market in India is growing rapidly every year and TUCO is fair and transparent with increased credibility for its customers and for the Indian society as a whole. represents our commitment to growing the used car market. Our focus will be on offering our customers the finest quality refurbished cars with convenience, transparency and value for money. We are committed to create a reliable and transparent used car market, which will enable buyers to swiftly dispose of the right quality cars at the right price.

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