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Toyota Kirloskar Motor launches Toyota Connect India, a smartphone application

Toyota Kirloskar Motor recently has launched a smartphone application -Toyota Connect India – to provide connected service to its customers with that of Toyota’s global standards. The app is said to be fully integrated cloud-based connected service platform supported by a dedicated and specialised call centre, Toyota’s dealer networks and service providers.

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Toyota Connect Launch

The company has said the app will enable a unique service of assisted navigation with 24×7 dedicated call centre,  online service appointment with ePayment, GPS location based road side assistance. It will have also have detailed 3D downloadable maps with live traffic updates etc. The app is available on Android & iOS platforms exclusively for Toyota’s existing and new customers.

Highlights of the product:

  • Assisted Navigation with 24×7 dedicated Operator Service: A unique Assisted Navigation service with personalized search support to find any destination of choice, anytime.
  • Immersive Navigation experience: Detailed 3D downloadable maps with Live Traffic updates, Enlarged views of Junction & Intersection, Lane guidance, Voice guidance, Speed limit display, upcoming Toll booth voice announcements & more.
  • Vehicle Maintenance: Comprehensive ownership support with Timely vehicle Service Reminders, Online Service Appointment & Convenient e-Payments.
  • Emergency Service: Enjoy Peace of mind with 24X7 Location (GPS) based Road side Assistance support & simple DIY contents.

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