Toyota Recall-Not in Kenya…

All Toyota models sold by Toyota East Africa limited are unaffected by the recall worldwide according to the following press release sent out by the Toyota East Africa MD yesterday.

The Press release reads as below

At Toyota East Africa, we are always working at demonstrating our very high commitment to safety standards and our unwavering support to our customers. For this reason we need to comment on the current news in the media relating to the recall of some Toyota models in some countries.

We are aware of and appreciate our customers concerns as to whether products sold by Toyota East Africa Ltd are also affected. Therefore we are in contact with Toyota Motor Corporation Japan.

We wish to assure our customers that to date, so far as we have been able to verify, none of the models that we sell in Kenya are affected.

As of today we have not received any complaints from our customers in Kenya and as far as the information supplied to me as of midday today from Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan no vehicles in Kenya have been affected.

In the event of any of our products being affected, we will contact our customers personally in order to ensure that issues with the product are identified and corrected within the shortest time possible and with minimal inconvenience.

Should any Toyota Customers be concerned please contact Toyota East Africa directly as we are the only official Toyota Distributor in Kenya and we are in constant communication with Toyota Motor Corporation Japan, on all product related issues.


Hylton Bannon
Managing Director
Toyota East Africa Ltd

The numbers to contact us on are:
(020) 696 7207 or (020) 696 7319 or 0724 256 594 or email us on

Media Contact:
Esther Odongo
Customer Relations Team Leader
Toyota East Africa Ltd
Office Telephone (direct): +254-20-6967566
Mobile: + 254-0724-256594

3 thoughts on “Toyota Recall-Not in Kenya…

  1. I just was told Toyota is considering recalling all vehicles as a result of gas pedal malfunctions . My sister owns a Toyota, should the car be used before being replaced?

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