Toyota - Global Automobile Brand is now-a-days customers’ No. 1 choice. With its service, sales and spare part strategy, Toyota has reached out to its customers beyond one nation geography. One may find many service providers and distributors for this Brand in many countries; however, in context of Nepal, there is only one sole distributor of Toyota vehicles and its genuine parts i.e. United Traders Syndicate Pvt. Ltd. (UTS).
United Traders Syndicate Pvt. Ltd. was established in 1967 and the backbone persona behind UTS is Late Dr. V.G. Vaidya who was also the Chairman Of this Organization. With his vision and entrepreneur skills, UTS have come this far.
The continuity of success of UTS is catalyzed with the current leadership of Mr. Suraj Vaidya – President and CEO of UTS. He is also a President of Federation of the Nepal Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FNCCI)—an apex body representing the business community in Nepal. He is also Executive Member of the SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industries and Chairman of the SAARC Council for Tourism. With continuous visionary leadership and always at the helm of the company, UTS has been successful in maintaining its status as a market leader right from the beginning despite Nepal being represented by almost all major players from around the world.
Being the Toyota Authorized Distributor in Nepal, it has also newly expanded its service to the customers via UTS workshop which is currently located in Tinkune, Sinamangal Under one roof, one can be sure to obtain all the services customers need for maintaining their vehicle by the Skilled Technicians and Engineers Trained by the Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan. Toyota technicians are well-trained specialists and update themselves through technical bulletins, service tips, and in-dealership training programs.
With further expansion plan on Showroom, Body-paint unit and Spare parts division, UTS is sure to deliver its customers better and efficient service.
The new Toyota Liva has been designed to relect Toyota's renowned standaards of Quality, Durability and Reliability. You will experience it in everything from its robust build quality and exvellent performance to its smooth handling and insightful design, making every drive feel just lke the first.
Combining the rugged good looks of an SUV with the fluent drive, fuel efficiency and maneuverability of a hatch, the all-new Toyota Etios Cross is ready to write another chapter in this budget beater’s success story. Speaking on the occasion of the launch, Glenn Crompton, Vice President of Marketing, says: “The Etios delivers exactly what customers want – car-like efficiency and typical crossover styling traits at an affordable price point. It marks our entry into yet another category in the diverse and fast growing sub-B segment of the car market. The expressive Etios family now comprises a sedan, a hatch, and the youthfully rugged Cross in its budget-oriented arsenal. Naturally it also comes with the globally renowned promise of Toyota’s QDR (Quality, Durability & Reliability) standards.”
When we loaded it with features, little did we realize it would get so full of itself. With its fantastic list of features not to mention Toyota’s renowned QDR,it’s hard not to be impressive. But like every other hotshot, beneath all that ruggedness is a soft interior waiting for company. So when you start grabbing onlookers by the eyeballs, the attitude might just rub off on you.
The Toyota Corolla is the world's best-selling car. To date, 40 million Corollas have been sold worldwide since the first generation was launched in 1966, 47 years ago. With the introduction of the new Corolla - the 11th generation, it is now manufactured in 16 production locations and
sold in over 150 countries around the world. It features an advanced, more contemporary design; improved roominess, comfort, practicality and user-friendliness; unrivalled fuel economy, improved driving dynamics and enhanced safety features.
With Yaris' EPA-estimated 36 highway mpg rating1 and affordable price, you can leave your money in your pocket and your tired old notion of subcompact cars far behind. OnSTARTSutside, Yaris is all slick sheet metal and bold design. This looks like the car you wanted to buy — not the one you had to. On the inside, there's a surprisingly spacious interior, full of unexpected amenities like an available reclining rear seat2 and MP3-ready auxiliary audio jack. And on the road, you'll fi nd Yaris has remarkably respslidesihandling that makes it a blast to drive. Best of all, you can get all this good stuff three ways: 3-Door Liftback, 5-Door Liftback or Sedan. That's what happens when you think outside the econobox.
Embrace life with the Land Cruiser Prado and you'll be rewarded with fresh views of your world. The Prado is your entree to a life of pleasure. It blends driving enjoyment with unparalleled access to adventure. It's the excitement of being able to drive wherever in the world you want. It's the exhiliration of getting behind the wheel anticipating no roads. Condition or terrain will never limit you. It's the capacity and functionality to take everything you need with you, relying on no one. It's the power, strength and reliability of living with a legend expanding your potential to explore and feeding your dreams of adventure.
Its supreme dynamic performance and durability were forged worldwide on vast tracts of land. A duble swing back door version is now available, yielding a dramatic improvement in everyday convenience. The king of 4WD is breaking new ground as your professional and reliable working partner.
Move ahead with cutting-edge style and sophisticated luxury. The New Fortuner with its bold design and imposing presence gives you a distinctively new experience. So stand out and make your presence felt.
The Toyota Hilux gives you the freedom to do whatever you want, whenever you want. No matter what the activity, no matter what's up against you, nothing can stand in its way. The Toyota Hilux offers endless possibilities. And the kind of versatility where the only limit is your imagination.
With a globally respected reputation for reliability and endurance, the HIACE Commuter combines functionally elegant design with a complete range of practical and convenient onboard cabin appointments. Whether you use it for business or pleasure, it offers every person aboard a comfortable ride for the duration of their journey. With a lineup that includes Wide & Super Long and Standard & Long body styles, it's easy to experience the unique HIACE performance that is known and loved worldwide.
INTRODUCING THE TOYOTA COASTER, DESIGNED FOR PEOPLE AND CRAFTED FOR DURABILITY AND ECONOMY.
With its spacious, comfortable cabin, the Coaster feels like a family sedan. And its pleasant interior is just one of many welcome features. The Coaster delivers precise handling, with extra reserves of power and comprehensive safety amenities. Toyota engineering ensures rugged strength for years to come and overall economy. And Coaster is a pleasure to behold, with fresh curves and eye-catching angles. Form follows function in every detail of design. The balanced combination of economy, luxury and performance makes the Coaster an attractive solution to many of today's traffic and environmental problems. It puts more enjoyment and efficiency into small bus operation, because Toyota puts people first.
Always wear your seat belt--and make sure all passengers are buckle up, too.>
Adjust your car's headrest to a height behind your head--not your neck--to minimize whiplash in case you're in an accident.
Never try to fit more people in the car than you have seatbelts for them to use.
Obey the speed limits, Going too fast gives you less time to stop or react. Excess speed is one of the main causes of teenage accidents.
Don't run red lights.
Use turn signals to indicate your intention to turn or to change lanes. Turn it on to give the cars behind you enough time to react before you take the action. Also, make sure the signals turns off after you've completed the action.
When light turns green, make sure intersection clears before you go.
Don't drive like you own the road; drive like you own the car.
Make sure your windshield is clean. At sun rise and sun set, light reflecting off your dirty windshield can momentarily blind you from seeing what's going on.
Don't blast the radio. You might miss hearing a siren or a horn that could warn you of possible trouble.
Make sure your garage door is completely open before backing out of it. This was submitted by another teen who learned this one from his dad's mistakes.
Drive into your garage straight, not on an angle.
Make sure your car has fuel in it. Don't ride around with the gauge on empty--who knows where you might get stranded.
Don't take drugs or drive if you've taken any. Don't ride with anyone who has been using drugs. Even some over the counter drugs can make you drowsy. Check label for warnings.
Don't drive with small children or even small teenage friends as passengers in a front seat that has a passenger-side air bag. They should be buckled up in the back seat. Recent transportation studies show that small children may be injured by the air bags even in low impact collisions. (Actually, it's safer not to drive with friends and kids in the car when you're learning to drive. They can be distracting.).
Don't talk on the car phone, put on make-up, comb your hair, or eat while driving. People who talk on car phones while driving are four times more likely to have an accident. If you need to make a call, pull off the road to a safe spot and park.
Don't fiddle with the radio while you are driving. It's better to wait until you can pull over and stop because even taking your focus off the road for a few seconds could lead to an accident.
Use good quality tires and make sure they are inflated to the right pressure (check your owners manual for what is right for your tires and car).
Maintain your car. Bald tires, a slipping transmission, or a hesitant engine could lead to accidents.
Use headlights during daylight driving, especially on long stretches of desert highway and rural roads to make you more visible to oncoming drivers.
Watch out for potholes, especially after bad weather.
Be on the lookout for motorcycles, bikes, and pedestrians.
When driving to a new place, get complete directions before you go. Figure out what exits you need to take before hand.