Get S$15k off a Toyota at the brand’s Private Sale online event



Toyota Singapore continues its online sales onslaught with its first private sale event, read on for details on how to sign up


SINGAPORE

The Circuit Breaker may have broken, but the onslaught of car sale events online continues.

Toyota Singapore, through its distributor Borneo Motors, has held a blitz of online sales events here in the past three months – including a demo car sale, a ‘normal’ sale, and even an auction sale – but it just announced its new sale event which kicks off tomorrow at 1000h.

Toyota Singapore says the Private Sale is worth your while because it’ll deliver special prices that you can only access through the sale itself (meaning you presumably can’t visit the showroom and say, “Eh I saw online sale price at S$123,456 with COE – gimme?”). 


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All of Toyota’s current models are on sale, except the Supra sports car, and while Toyota hasn’t released specific details on discounts it’s saying it will offer up to S$15,500 off on some cars.

Also, the Private Sale event is private because you need to sign up to access it. Like many other brand sale events of the past quarter, you first sign up and obtain a code – that can be done at this link here. 

You’ll then receive a password at 1000h tomorrow, then you can log into Toyota’s online sale website (above) and view the special sale prices. As usual for online sales events, you then can reserve the car of your choice online for a refundable S$500 deposit.





CarBuyer Tip: Since Toyota now offers a concierge test drive service that brings the car straight to your door, you definitely should take a test spin in the car you’ve set your eyes on, before going ahead with the purchase (that’s what the S$500 refundable deposit is for).


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