Just like our team here at Hilltop Toyota, Toyota Canada is working hard to support and protect owners, consumers, and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a look at just a few of the ways the company is helping out during this crisis.
To assist Toyota vehicle owners, Toyota Financial Services is providing case-by-case payment relief. Call 1-800-661-3062 or visit Toyota’s Moving as One page to learn more about this option. For customers at or nearing the end of a lease, Toyota is offering contract extensions. In addition, Toyota owners can still take advantage of Toyota Roadside Assistance services in the event of an emergency or breakdown.
For consumers wishing to buy a new vehicle, Toyota Canada is presenting a variety of flexible payment options. Toyota’s online purchasing options are just as flexible, allowing car shoppers to configure their preferred model, get price quotes from the dealer, apply for credit, and more — all without needing to leave the house.
Toyota Canada is taking important steps to help communities across Canada amid the pandemic. It’s bolstering its partnership with Canadian Blood Services and Hema-Quebec to ensure that the country’s blood supply remains sufficient. It’s also matching dealer and employee donations to key COVID-19 response efforts, especially community food programs. So far, Toyota and its workers have donated nearly $500,000 to Canadian food banks.
Meanwhile, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada is donating ventilator masks, gloves, and other protective equipment to hospitals. Leveraging the company’s extensive expertise and resources, it’s even collaborating with industry partners to offer manufacturing and business assistance, produce face shields and masks, and develop improved testing capabilities.
At Hilltop Toyota, we strive to put our customers and community first in everything we do — and we’re proud to be associated with a larger company that does the same, especially during this challenging time. Remember to call us for any vehicular needs you have this season.