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Al-Futtaim Toyota pioneers Payment Protection Plan

DUBAI, July 27, 2020

Al-Futtaim Toyota has announced the launch of the Toyota Payment Protection Plan, which is applicable across all models and covers up to six months installments or up to AED20,000 ($5455) in case of involuntary loss of employment. The solution was developed in direct response to the current challenges being faced by consumers.
 
To confirm the effectiveness of the new Payment Protection Plan, which was introduced as a first of its kind in the UAE, Al-Futtaim Toyota conducted a series of surveys among its latest customers. 
 
The results of the survey were overwhelmingly in favor of the plan, which is being offered completely free to customers who had purchased new Toyota vehicles. Survey results show that majority of customers (76%) considered the plan to be either ‘valuable’ or ‘extremely valuable’ towards helping them make their purchase decision.
 
Aside from offering the innovative Payment Protection Plan, Al-Futtaim Toyota has also actively provided customers with cost-effective solutions to keep them on the road in the current circumstances. 
 
As the market leader in the UAE, Al-Futtaim Toyota has paved the way for the growing popularity of flexible leasing solutions to small and medium sized companies, thereby allowing them to get take advantage of the surge in demand for home deliveries. With its newly introduced expanded leasing options, both retail and business customers in the UAE can now lease almost any Toyota vehicle, without committing to a long-term purchase.
 
Saud Abbasi, Managing Director at Al-Futtaim Toyota said: “As we adjust to the new normal, Al-Futtaim Toyota has a role to play in providing the best possible value to our customers.
Furthermore, we are committed to empowering local businesses and drive growth to stimulate the economy. We will continue to innovate to adapt to the market and provide solutions that suit the current demands of our retail and SME customers.” -- Tradearabia News Service
 



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