Buyers who have pre-ordered the new Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series will have to wait a little longer to receive their vehicle, as customer deliveries for the Australian market have been delayed due to the pandemic.
Toyota Australia announced on 3 September that production in Japan was halted for part of August and most of September due to COVID-19 restrictions in Southeast Asia that have led to parts shortages.
While no new date for customer units has been released, a limited number of vehicles will be in Australian Toyota dealerships from early October. These will be demonstrators only, but test drives will be available.
Toyota Australia say they are continuing to work closely with the global production team to provide the latest information and that any customers who have placed orders for the new LandCruiser 300 will be contacted by dealers to update them regarding the arrival of their vehicle.
Toyota will continue to provide updates as global production is confirmed.