Are you ready for the sheer excitement, and track-based brilliance of the annual Toyota Festival? If you love speed, super-hot Toyotas and the sound of tyres on tarmac, this is your must-attend event of the summer.
The annual Toyota Festival is back, and for the first time ever down South. It’s bigger than ever before - all it needs now is YOU.
This fun filled event is packed with on and off-track thrills and excitement, making it an unmissable day out for any Toyota enthusiast with a burning desire for speed.
Set aside the late afternoon for a musical treat on Wednesday 17th February. It will be completely worth your time if you are a lover of fine music, played with skill, finese and a youthful excitement and passion.
Bowater Toyota is very pleased to be able to invite friends, clients and customers to join the team and enjoy a "POP UP" concert by the 2016 Troubadour String Quartet.
- Venue: Bowater Toyota Showroom - Cnr Halifax & Rutherford Streets
- Time: 3.30pm – 4.30pm
- Date: Wednesday 17 February
- Telephone for more info: (03) 546 9269
The 2016 Troubadour String Quartet are Arna Morton - Violin, Rebecca Wang - Violin, Elyse Dalabakis - Viola, Francis Wong - Cello ; all amazing musicians and a treat to see as they share their love of performing not only the classics, but some classical takes on popular songs.
We are excited to host is ‘pop up’ concert and hope you will be able to join us.
Here is a little taster from the 2013 version of the Troubadour String Quartet, just click on the play button, and please read on for more information about the programme, the festival and this years musicians.
Meeting the new 2016 Toyota Prius with Adrien
This is a day we have been waiting for - the next generation of Toyota Prius - the world's favourite hybrid with ground breaking technology to help you gain remarkable savings; both in your wallet but also in your environment with less emissions and less fuel used than ever before.Posted by Bowater Motor Group on Thursday, 4 February 2016
The Toyota Prius is the world's favourite hybrid car - for very good reason. It is ground breaking, very accessible and does more than you could imagine, without even knowing it.
The next generation Toyota Prius was launched globally just a short time ago, so imagine our excitement when we get them in the showroom so soon after global launch to share with the very eco-minded folks of the top of the south!
This is a remarkable vehicle, that has a whole new look and new suite of technologies to make your driving even more economical. You really do have to come and drive it for yourself.
Toyota dealers around New Zealand have been saving power and money as part of environmental projects they have undertaken to meet Enviro-Mark Gold certification, saving more than $125,000 in the process.
Since 2008, all 64 Toyota dealers from Whangarei through to Invercargill have been part of a nationwide drive to improve resource efficiency and save on business costs.
There has been a combined nationwide saving of 11.7 percent, with consumption dropping by 795,000 kWh.
Although Toyota sales have risen by 26 percent since 2010, the increase in dealership business activity has not hindered power saving initiatives.
If the dealer network was still consuming power at 2008 levels it would be costing $127,266 more than what was paid last year, based on an average commercial electricity cost of 16 cents per kWh.
“The financial savings that accompany environmental projects is a bonus for our dealers, and should encourage other businesses to see how they can save money from improving their efficiency,” said Alistair Davis, Toyota New Zealand’s Managing Director, who is also the chairman of the Sustainable Business Council.
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