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Toyota is a class above

THE National Teaching and Advisory Service has signed a deal worth £250,000 for more than 20 Toyotas.

South Manchester dealership Culvers Toyota will provide the cars, which are being funded by Toyota Financial Services on contract hire with maintenance.The deal includes 22 Toyota Yaris 1.4-litre diesels, three Corollas, an Avensis and a Celica from the firm's Stockport dealership.

The NT&AS, based in Manchester, operates throughout the United Kingdom to meet the special educational requirements of looking after children and children in need. It also provides a range of practical training and consultancy to education and social services authorities and independent child care bodies.

Eric Bowker, of the AT&AS said: 'The liaison with Culvers has been excellent and items like warranty, maintenance and bodywork all combined to persuade use to choose Toyota.'

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