Business is booming for Anchor Maintenance, who have just opened a brand new fleet and in need of some handy vehicles to help get the job done...

Over the last few days, Snows Toyota have delivered a total of six Proace vans to Anchor - a service company that provides quality maintenance to businesses across the UK. The success of this company is growing, and with a higher demand, comes the need for improvements and upgrades in both services and equipment. This is where Toyota has got involved and provided the company with six smart and practical, medium wheel base, Euro6 compliant Proace vans; the ideal companion to help Anchor keep up the pace.

Not just an ordinary van, the Toyota Proace features a clever Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system that is assured to keep ahead of competition with it's brilliant efficiency. Anchor prides themselves on their environmentally-friendly practices and thanks to the SCR system, the exhaust emissions are actually cleaner than what went in! This is due to the conversion of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) into Nitrogen and Water - introducing thoughtful Toyota engineering at its best.

These vans are now wearing the Anchor logo and ready to exceed expectations in space, performance, technology and safety.

If you are interested in finding out more about Snows Toyota and all our services, products and latest offers that we provide, you can contact us directly here today, or make an enquiry with any further queries you may have and a member of our team will get in touch as soon as possible.

Snows has seven Toyota dealerships in the South and South West, located in Exeter, Hedge End, Honiton, Paignton, Plymouth, Southampton, and Waterlooville. The Group prides itself on its reputation and dedication to delivering excellent customer service, and is rewarded by the fact that over half of its business comes from returning customers. With Snows, driving becomes an experience, rather than a chore.

Author Sophie Taylor

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Posted on 23/05/2017