WHAT ABOUT THE WAR­RANTY BOET?

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Ah, there’s that mil­lion dol­lar ques­tion. Toy­ota Mo­tors South Africa doesn’t beat about the bush in this de­part­ment: af­ter­mar­ket ac­ces­sories that are not sold through its of­fi­cial dealer net­work are not factory ap­proved. As any af­ter­mar­ket ac­ces­sory re­tailer will tell you, get­ting any prod­uct ap­proved by Toy­ota’s moth­er­ship in Ja­pan is more dif­fi­cult than mak­ing a hyena im­per­son­ate Don­ald Trump, pre­tend­ing to be a cabaret singer. How­ever, we’ve part­nered with pre­mier sup­pli­ers, pro­vid­ing some of the best prod­ucts money can buy. So we didn’t cut a deal with Oom Faan’s Lekker Lorry Parts in that dodgy part of town. For in­stance, the OME sus­pen­sions come stan­dard with a three-year/60 000km (which­ever comes first) war­ranty, and Front Run­ner prod­ucts are sold to much ac­claim all over the world these days. Ditto with the qual­ity stan­dards for both RHC and Gen­eral Tire.

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