Huge savings at Lancaster Toyota and Lexus cost-price sale weekend

Lancaster Toyota Ipswich is holding a cost-price sale weekend.

Lancaster Toyota Ipswich is holding a cost-price sale weekend. - Credit: supplied

Motorists can save thousands of pounds this weekend at an exclusive cost-price sale being held by Lancaster Toyota Ipswich and Lexus Ipswich.

It is the third year running that the retailers, in Augusta Close on Ransomes Euro Park, have held the one-off weekend which has proved a huge success in the past for both customers and the dealerships.

The cost-price sale applies to new cars registered and delivered before the end of March and customers can save up to £3,500 on selected models.

Dealer principal Andy Trott said: “We are the only Toyota and Lexus retailers putting on this special cost-price event. We have done it before and its has proved very successful. Both years we have staged it before we sold 51 brand new Toyota cars in one week alone – normally we would do about eight to 10 on average in a week.

“It is a once-a-year event and the savings are massive. They are genuine savings but we only have a limited number of vehicles.”


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Because the event has proved so popular when it has been held in the past two years, Mr Trott urged would-be customers to phone the dealerships in advance to book an appointment to see a member of the sales team to avoid missing out and being disappointed because limited stock is available.

Lancaster Toyota Ipswich and Lexus Ipswich are in Augusta Close – telephone 01473 520113 for Toyota and 01473 520267 for Lexus. Visit the websites at www.lancasteripswich.toyota.co.uk and www.ipswich.lexus.co.uk

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