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Introduced into the Irish market in 1972 Toyota Ireland is a 100% Irish owned company responsible for the sale and distribution of Toyota passenger and commercial vehicles.

About Toyota Ireland

Introduced into the Irish market in 1972 Toyota Ireland is a 100% Irish owned company responsible for the sale and distribution of Toyota passenger and commercial vehicles through its network of 46 dealerships located throughout Ireland. Toyota Ireland and its Dealer network employ 1200 people and recently sold its 500,000 car to an Irish customer.

Founded in 1937, Toyota Motor Corporation has grown to become the largest car company in the world. Toyota has been voted the most admired motor vehicle company globally and ranks first for quality and social responsibility within the car industry. Industry observers regard Toyota as the most efficient and highest quality producer of motor vehicles, laying testament to the 'Best Built Cars in the World' tag.

For further information regarding the Toyota Motor Corporation, visit www.toyota.co.jp

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