Toyota in Scotland: the full list of Toyota centres

Toyota in Scotland

Toyota centres can be found throughout Scotland, from the Borders to the Highlands and up into the subarctic archipelago. Perhaps you live in Scotland and are thinking about purchasing a new or used Toyota but do not know the location of your nearest Toyota centre. Or perhaps you have planned a visit to Scotland but realised that it coincides with the time when your Toyota requires a scheduled service.

Either way, our Toyota centres in Scotland will be delighted to help you find your next car, or maintain your current Toyota in the same attentive manner to which you have become accustomed at home.

Toyota centres in Scotland

The table below provides the name, location and contact details of each Toyota centre in Scotland. The centres are listed alphabetically, and most of the centre names contain a hyperlink that will take you directly to the website of that branch.

CENTRE ADDRESS CONTACT 
Alexander Wallace Chanonry Road South, Elgin, IV30 6NG 01343 610242 
Border Edinburgh Road, Dumfries, DG1 3NU 01387 213141 
Border St Boswells Garage, Melrose, TD6 0EW 01835 822922 
Corrie MotorsHarbour Road, Inverness, IV1 1UF 01463 213886 
Helensburgh John Street, Helensburgh, G84 8BA 01436 710000 
Jim’s GarageGremista Industrial Estate, Lerwick, G84 8BA 01595 720254 
Macklin Motors Kennishead Road, Glasgow, G53 7SP 0141 896 1242 
Park’s Aberdeen address TBC 01224 348930
Park’s Harbour Road, Inverness, IV1 1JX 01463 217487 
SDM ‘Ladysmill’, Falkirk, FK2 9AU 01324 466977 
Struan Claverhouse Business Park, Dundee 01382 918307 
Struan Crieff Road, Perth, PH1 2SJ 01738 505657 
Western Lonehead Drive, Edinburgh W, EH28 8TG 0131 357 1835 
Western Old Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh E, EH16 4TE 0131 357 1836 
Western Crossgates Road, Halbeath, KY11 7EG 01383 665205 
Western Craigleith Road, Stirling, FK7 7LQ 0131 333 1333 
* Corrie Motors provides Toyota service and parts only

For a geographical view of Toyota centres in Scotland, visit our dealer locator page and conduct a search based on either location, centre name, or proximity to your home address.

What about former Toyota centres?

Occasionally, it may be necessary for existing Toyota centres to move premises or even cease trading. In such rare circumstances, Toyota would like to reassure you that provisions will have already been made so that customers experience minimal disruption to our award-winning service.

Customers with vehicles on order will have their delivery and handover arranged either through another branch within the same dealer group, or at an alternative Toyota centre. If a customer purchased a service plan with a group that has subsequently ceased trading for Toyota, this arrangement will continue to be honoured within the same dealer group. Those who purchase national service plans from Toyota are able to transfer them across dealer groups.

Learn more: Where is my nearest Toyota GR centre?

22 comments

  1. My Toyota is coming up to service time, I live in Aberdeen and my nearest dealership is now 70miles what are my options.

    Thanks D Munro.

    1. Hi Douglas,

      Park’s in Aberdeen have taken on the Toyota franchise, and should be able to service your vehicle.

      You can reach their servicing department on 01224 348931.

      Thanks

    1. Hi Elizabeth,
      Thanks for your comment.
      You can to place an order for any new Toyota at any Toyota Centre.
      Thanks.

  2. Folks – my wife ordered a new Yaris from Arnold Clark for delivery in July/Aug. Then it was rescheduled to Dec. Today she received a call from Arnold Clark say her order was cancelled by Toyota as they are losing your franchise. Is this your “award winning customer service@?! Can you sort this out, she still wants the car (but clearly in a reasonable delivery time). Thanks

  3. Hi, As Arnold Clark is not your franchise any longer, there are only a handful of services in Scotland, which means they can be quite far away. Do you plan to establish more service places in Scotland, since driving more than 80mi (return, just for a service) does not seem to be realistic, especially considering prices of petrol. Not to mention that 30-40mi for a faulty car is not good either. Thanks.

    1. Hi,
      Thanks for your commment.
      We understand that this may be an inconvenience.
      We do not currently have any information on this but we will pass your feedback on.
      If you would like to discuss this issue further, please contact our Customer Relations team here -https://www.toyota.co.uk/help-centre#/iframe/https%3A%2F%2Fforms.toyota.co.uk%2Fcontact-us.
      Thanks.

    2. I have the exact same problem. As Arnold Clark had the only dealership in the north of Glasgow and now no longer Toyota meant my options were Darnley Falkirk or Stirling. As I live in Kirkintilloch, this is totally unrealistic and unacceptable.
      I contacted customer service and their response was as unacceptable as the decision to close the only dealership in the north Glasgow area.
      If II was aware that Toyota were going to have no facilities in my area, I wouldn’t have bought their brand,
      and still considering my options.

      1. Completely agreee. This decision to abondon you customers is beyond beleif. A year and a half on, no improvements, so do not know what to say…just to ask if this is a plan to withdraw from Scottish market?

      2. Hi, thanks for your comment.

        We apologise for the inconvenience and understand your frustration.

        This is currently all the information we have on this.

        Thanks.

  4. I was keen to buy a Yaris Cross but as I live in Ayrshire, Scotland and the nearest dealership is 40 miles away meaning any trip for servicing or repairs would mean a round trip of approx 90 miles. This means that I reluctantly have had to choose another manufacturer. I think Toyota have scored a spectacular own goal by closing so many “local” dealerships.

  5. I have been looking at Toyota cross for a while but with no local dealer except a portacabin at Parks, will have to forget that.

  6. I currently have a 68 proace verso with an adblue emissions error. 500 miles before vehicle will not start. I live just outside Ayr. My nearest Dealer is in Glasgow. They can book it in for end of May. They offered me a dealer in Hamilton who can book me in for 22nd Feb. I know have no option but to park the car on my drive for the next month. They also said they need to investigate if it’s covered by warranty. No other alternatives given. Paying large monthly payments for something I can’t use. When does the customer care kick in?

  7. The Jim’s Garage postcode and phone number are wrong. Postcode is ZE1 0PX and phone number is 01595 695202.

  8. was thinking of buying a new toyota for a change as ive had a load of hyundai car but with no dealer in ayrshire as i live in girvan dont think i will bother

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