Dealers have been advised exactly how long they must keep their demonstrator models, as the waiting list for the 2022 Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series grows.
Toyota dealers across Australia have been advised they must keep demonstrator models of the Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series for a minimum of six months – even if VIP customers offer to pay over the odds to jump the queue.
Toyota has placed strict conditions on the limited demonstrator stock so all dealers have an opportunity to show customers the first new Toyota LandCruiser in 14 years, amid uncertainty over when saleable showroom inventory will arrive.
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