Toyota to organize special auto show in Abuja

11/10/2017

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An luxurious auto show of Toyota will be held in Abuja, Nigeria.

The Toyota auto show will be staged in the Nigeria’s capital, Abuja from November 21 to November 23. The car event is going to start at 8.0 am and end at 5.00 pm in these three days and appreciated as a display of ‘wonders on wheels from the stable of Toyota’.

Toyota booth report -2017 North American International Auto Show

In the special auto fair, visitors will be surprised with the elegance and beauty of all Toyota models which demonstrate the advantages of Toyota technology. The carmaker also would like to bring its vehicles closer to the public as their aspiration.

According to Mrs. Bukunola Ogunnusi, the Public Relations and Advert Manager, Toyota Nigeria, the auto show absolutely presents an opportunity for visitors to touch and feel the extensive cars range from Toyota.

The new Coaster bus is one of Toyota models to be showcased in this auto fair. The car has carried out a complete renovation as a reflection of state-of-the-art design and engineering.

The angular front Toyota Coaster

The new Coaster bus is one of Toyota models to be showcased at the auto fair

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Also as quoted by the manufacturer, the Land Cruiser and Avensis, two other models that have been reworked recently, will also be displayed. Other models include siblings of these magnificent wonders on wheels, namely the Corolla, Yaris, Hilux which is described as ‘Beyond Tough’ for its endurance and ability to tackle any terrain.

The angular front Toyota Land Cruier

Two other models, the Land Cruiser and Avensis will also be on exhibition

Special offers also await visitors at Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja. That means special discount will be offered to lucky Toyota vehicle buyers at the auto fair as its accent.

The angular front Toyota Avensis

Toyota Avensis will be on display at the special auto fair

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