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Toyota Announces Waku Doki Q Service Campaign

By Motortrend India Staff   |   17 July,2012

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) on Tuesday announced its ‘Waku Doki Q Service Campaign’ from 16th July to 15th September, 2012 – a service campaign with free check up and custom made offers for all Toyota models.

The two month-long campaign will be conducted across Toyota dealerships from 16th July to 15th September, 2012. Toyota has set a benchmark in the automobile industry for its quality products and more so for Q Class Service Experience. Keeping this tradition alive, Toyota has launched this service campaign across all the dealerships across India.

Under Waku Doki Q Service Campaign, all Toyota customers visiting Toyota dealerships will be eligible for a free 20 point check up for monsoon season which will ensure road worthiness of vehicle & trouble free journey for Toyota customers. Also, the customers will be able to avail customised offers which include Toyota Protect Insurance, Toyota Genuine Accessories in addition to Service packages in parts, tyre, battery etc.

Toyota customers can also experience Waku Doki by visiting the Online portal  on Toyota Bharat Website during the same period. All that is required by the customers is to fill in all the details in the portal & they will get surprise offers through SMS & email which can be redeemed at any Toyota dealership.

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Sandeep Singh, Deputy Managing Director, Sales & Marketing, TKM, said, “Waku Doki Q Service Campaign speaks for heightened anticipation and excited heart thumping experience while driving a Toyota vehicle. Through this campaign we are trying to add a One Stop Shop experience for our customers. With the onset of monsoon ensuring the readiness of the vehicle will be one of the motives for all our customers who visit the dealers. This campaign will help our customers to service their cars while enjoying the benefits through various packages and gear up their vehicles for longer journeys, to enhance the road worthiness & Customer safety during rainy season.”

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