Lift trucks: Toyota doubles warranty for Toyota genuine parts

Lift truck warranty now 12 months/2,000 hours including labor

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Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A. (TMHU), the nation’s leading forklift supplier, announced it has doubled the manufacturer’s warranty on new Toyota Genuine Parts purchased through an authorized Toyota Industrial Equipment dealer from six months or 1,000 hours to 12 months or 2,000 hours—whichever occurs first from the date of sale. The warranty is also offered on remanufactured Toyota replacement parts at no extra charge and includes labor.

“This warranty is a testament to our confidence in Toyota Genuine Parts’ and our reputation for providing the highest level of quality and durability,” said Terry Rains, vice president of aftermarket sales. “Toyota’s industry-leading one-year parts warranty including labor is designed to deliver to our customers Toyota parts and accessories that help their lift trucks run at optimal performance.”

Additional terms and conditions apply. Please see your authorized Toyota Industrial Equipment dealer for more information. 

All Toyota lift trucks are constructed with Toyota Genuine Parts and Accessories. Toyota’s quality control system makes certain that every Toyota component is constructed to the same exacting tolerances and strict quality control standards as the part it replaces. To maintain the highest levels of safety and quality, any replacement part used on a Toyota lift truck is recommended to be a Toyota Genuine Part.

In Modern’s annual survey of lift truck suppliers, Toyota held the No. 1 spot with $4.6 billion in revenue.


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