Toyota – Long Mile, Dublin join forces with us here at Ability2

Back in 1999 – Lucan Garda Station
Ash Leaf Shopping Centre in Crumlin, Dublin – two paintings I designed for Donal Murray

 

toyota hybrid logo with slight shadow

Firstly, I must, most highly recommend Toyota, Long Mile Road, to everyone as they are a truly fantastic company to deal with.  Their premises are totally wheelchair accessible (although no designated parking spots as yet) and the entire Team are so easy to deal with and are so accommodating when it comes to ANY issue that might arise.  They really go above and beyond the call of duty when you need them to at any time.  I dealt with Paddy, who is one of the Directors of the company and I have to say that Paddy and Stephen were very very obliging in all ways possible.  We spoke about the range of cars available and I especially spoke regarding the new 2016 Prius along with the GT48 (a 2.0 litre 2 door hard top sports car which I was especially interested in as being approx. 45-46,000 Euros – was in the same price range as the BMW I  owned at the time.

As I said, I myself went in to see the range of cars they had, both new and second-hand, and noticed that the brand new ’16 Prius had been totally redesigned and it looked incredible – I had looked at the Prius YEARS previously but found the design rather bland and much preferred more modern and powerful cars and had become the proud owner of a 141 – D – BMW 3 Series and had loved it, but, was scammed by the dealership that I had bought it from.  I was given a guaranteed a buy back price by them if I had used under 15,000km a year and yet they had offered me a ridiculous price, even though I had only used 8,500km over a two-year period.  And they only offered me a woeful 1500 euro above the guaranteed buy back price!  I warn ANYONE not to buy or even contemplate buying a BMW or for that reason a Hyundai either – hint hint!

 

Do mention to those at Long Mile Roads Toyota dealership that you read about them here at Ability2.org – thanks.

 

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