BUSINESS temporarily came to a standstill in the
Capital City on Saturday when Toyota Malawi paraded a convoy of about seven state-of-the-art Toyota
Camry vehicles across the main streets, forcing people to put down their tools and watch the
Speaking at the launch of the new Camry,
Finance Minister Goodall Gondwe commended Toyota Malawi for the complimentary services it provides to governments??™ initiative of producing quality services.
???As Malawians, we have embarked on a path of growth and this is only possible if the products that we use are of good quality like this new Toyota Camry that we are launching today,??? said Gondwe.
Toyota Malawi Managing Director Rosemary Mkandawire said the new Camry was a real recipe for modern living and a combination of comfort, style, safety and value for money.
???Apart from its unique facilities, the new Toyota
Camry is environmental friendly since its uses
unleaded fuel hence our gratitude to the government of Malawi and petroleum organizations for making the
unleaded fuel available on the market,??? she said.
Mkandawire said it was great pleasure to Toyota
Malawi to proudly present the elegant and majestic new Camry that is available for viewing at the
Lilongwe and Blantyre showrooms.
According to Tender and Fleet Manager Richard
Makondi, the new Camry has a 2.4 litre engine
with an immobiliser and an AZFP??”4 cylinder gasoline.
Makondi said the new Camry is capable of opening its
windows and sun roof using the remote control keys
and that the vehicle is also able to control its inside
Makondi said with a higher ground clearance of 6
inches the new Camry has got a cruise control.
The other facility attached to the new product is its
ability to automatically adjust its headlights
depending on the number of passenger traveling in the vehicle.
The launch of the new Toyota Camry was done in a grand style at an occasion graced by hundreds of business captains and government officials.
Malawi's Daily Times