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West Orange Motors has operated in its current location since 1974 when it was acquired by the current owner. It has since become a multi franchise motor dealer.
Established over 40 years ago and has now operated in current situation with current management for the past 37 years. The dealership enjoys high recognition and a reputation as benchmark in the industry in our area.
The company is becoming increasingly involved in charitable and community programs supporting schools, public and private, health programs and sporting clubs. These endeavours are managed by in house charitable courses committee and are outside productive advertising budgets.
Facilities will be maintained and updated as and when indicated by the efficiency of their operation. All safety issues will be immediately addressed and remedial action taken at first available opportunity to ensure compliance with all statutes and regulations.
Management are committed to provide to our franchisers results which exceed targets and objectives as set from time to time, and to present their products in the most professional, and saleable manner and by adherence to all quality, safety and prudential business practices, provide our employees and customers with on going growth required to ensure maintenance of quality products and services into the future.
Orange Toyota is located at 28 Forbes Road, Orange NSW 2800. If you would like to call us please do on 02 6363 9988.
Toyota Motor Corporation Australia (Toyota Australia) is one of Toyota Japan's global manufacturing centres with a long term commitment to the domestic and export markets.
After 50 years in Australia, Toyota has grown to be one of Australia's leading automotive companies. But Toyota's focus is looking ahead. 50 years experience is just the foundations for a bigger and brighter future for everyone.
Toyota Australia's origins go back to 1958 when Theiss Brothers began importing the first LandCruiser models for work on the Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric scheme and sold the first Toyota LandCruiser in 1959. Assembly of Toyota cars began in the Melbourne factory of Australian Motor Industries (later AMI-Toyota) in 1963 and within a decade the Corolla and Corona (replaced by Camry in 1987) were well established in the market.
The commercial vehicle business became Theiss Toyota in 1971 and achieved commercial leadership in 1979. Meantime AMI Toyota began investing in an engine and stamping plant to consolidate its position as a high local content vehicle manufacturer.
In 1988 Toyota's local operations were unified to form Toyota Motor Corporation Australia and work began on restructuring and strengthening the group as a major step towards achieving international competitiveness and building vital export business. Toyota in 1994-95 consolidated vehicle production at its new world-ranking Altona plant in Melbourne.
We deliver outstanding automotive products and services to our customers, and enrich our community, partners and environment.
Our four core values are: