Toyota Service Advantage is another reason why owning a Toyota is such an affordable choice.
When you buy a new Toyota, you don't have to worry about unexpected and astronomical service costs. Every Toyota across the range comes with a low capped price service cost for a set number of years/kilometres [B20] . You'll pay the same low price from one logbook service to the next. It's just one example of the advantages of Toyota ownership that we are proud to offer.
Your Toyota Service Advantage service can be carried out at any Toyota Service Centre in the country where only Toyota-trained technicians work on your car. You can't beat the peace of mind that comes with quality care at a low capped price.
Each model of Toyota is unique. To find out how many capped price services are included for a particular model, visit the Pricing & Eligibility page for details. You can also check out the Claim Periods page for information about the time periods in which you can claim each of your services.
With Toyota Service Advantage, you receive:
- Scheduled logboook services including labour, fluids, and Toyota Genuine Parts [T15]
- Only Toyota-trained technicians to work on your car
- The use of specialist Toyota diagnostic equipment to keep your car performing at its best
Service pricing and eligibility
With Toyota Service Advantage you'll pay no more from one logbook service to the next for a minimum of the first three years or 60,000km[B20], whichever comes first.
Toyota Service Advantage pricing represents the maximum amount payable for standard scheduled servicing which is as per 'maintenance for normal operating conditions' outlined in the Warranty & Service Logbook's service schedule. Toyota Service Advantage excludes Government and Rental vehicles and certain other exclusions apply. See toyota.com.au/advantage for exclusions and eligibility.
[T15] All Toyota Genuine Parts carry a 12 month Toyota Warranty. Conditions apply. The Toyota Genuine Parts Warranty does not limit and may not necessarily exceed your rights under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010. Warranty conditions differ for Tyres and Batteries. See relevant sections for details.