Toyota Dyna commercial vehicles will be on show in Scotland for the first time next week at Bell’s Sports Centre, Perth for Wastex – a major new waste and recycling show in Scotland.
Toyota displays a Dyna 350 Derby style body and a Dyna 300 Dropside Caged Tipper on its outdoor stand S26 at Wastex 2002. Visitors to Wastex can also enjoy Toyota hospitality at the indoor stand F9. Toyota offers a number of body conversions on the Dyna, carried out by Hydromech in Bradford, including a 3-way Tipping Body with aluminium sides and a Box Van. Prices for the Toyota Dyna 300 dropside start at £12,495.
Toyota is the third largest motor manufacturer in the world and offers the widest range of diesel engines in the UK. Dyna 300 and 350 vehicles use the new 2.5-litre D-4D direct-injection common-rail turbo-diesel engines, which develop excellent torque and fuel economy, in either 88bhp or 102bhp form.
The Dyna has brought Toyota into the volume 3 and 3.5-tonne GVW market in the UK for the first time and has proved popular with a better load capacity than its European predecessor with a payload range from 1.25 to 1.5 tonnes.
The Dyna provides low cost of ownership with a full manufacturer three year warranty and 20,000mile service intervals. All Dynas are well equipped with anti-lock brakes, driver airbag, side-impact beams, remote door-locking/alarm and electric front windows fitted as standard improving safety and convenience.
Wastex is a brand new event in the UK’s exhibition calendar aimed at the waste management and recycling industry. Toyota has a strong commitment to environmental issues from recycling to the production of alternatively fuelled vehicles. Therefore, it is logical that Toyota GB wishes to offer products to satisfy the needs of the environmental waste sector such as the new fuel efficient Dyna light truck.
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