Cost of Maintenance

Cost of Maintenance

High durability , long life & quality of Toyota Genuine Service Parts ensures less replacement of parts . Customer first approach & continuous efforts to provide High Quality repair at low cost for our esteemed customers. Cost of Maintenance represents the total cost incurred by customer for Periodic Maintenance parts, lubricants & labour charges up to 1lakh km. It does not include cost incurred on General repair & accidental repairs.

Cost of Maintenance
Cost of Maintenance

Genuine Parts

Genuine Parts

Genuine parts are designed & engineered specially for your Toyota and carry a 6 month/10,000km warranty. Over the years, heavy investment in R & D has been made to study the design, material selection & internal construction of Toyota Genuine Parts. These parts are also tested under various simulated extreme conditions to ensure Quality, Durability & Reliability. For complete peace of mind, always insist on Toyota Genuine Parts. Genuine Parts can be purchased from Toyota Dealer outlets across India & can also be ordered online for select locations.

No To Counterfeit

  • Toyota is best for Toyota. Don't be blindfolded by fake parts. They may look the same, but it only takes a single fake part to damage your Toyota or potentially endanger your life. Make the right choice and avoid the fake.
  • With counterfeit parts, you get exactly what you pay for. They may look same, but the difference in performance is glaring. Fake parts do not conform to the high standards of quality Toyota Genuine Parts are known for. Stay clear of fakes and the danger they bring to you and your Toyota vehicle.

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Importance of Regular Maintenance

Importance of Regular Maintenance

  • Routine checks and adjustments are essential for the safe and reliable operation of your vehicle. Always fix or have fixed any problems that occur. If you notice anything unusual when driving, check it as soon as possible.
  • Not replacing the oil filter for a long time can cause it to become clogged and restrict oil flow. possibly leading to engine problems or damage.
  • Using a battery with low fluid levels can lead to the battery going dead, overheating.
  • Continued use of insufficient or dirty coolant from lack of replacement over a long period can lead to overheating or radiator corrosion.
  • Continued use of insufficient or dirty brake fluid from lack of replacement over a long period can lead to loss of braking effectiveness.
  • Using a loose or worn V-belt can lead to breakage. which may cause the battery to go dead or the engine to overheat.
  • Regularly get the tyre tread depth checked for maximum traction & grip. Change your tyres before it reaches its wear limit to avoid accidents.
Fuel Saving Tips

Fuel Saving Tips

  • If you are waiting for someone, or stationary in traffic, for more than 30 seconds you are better turning the engine off, assuming it is safe to do so. Excess weight puts a heavier load on the engine, causing greater Fuel consumption. An extra 45 Kgs increases fuel consumption by 2%.
  • Do not race or Decelerate suddenly In Traffic signals , Speed breakers & close driving with vehicle ahead Frequent Braking consumes more fuel and accelerating after braking consumes more fuel than driving at a constant speed.
  • Use clutch only when needed. Riding with clutch causes loss of energy & damages to clutch lining. Resting your foot on the clutch or brake pedal while driving causes premature wear, overheating and poor fuel economy.

  • At highway cars get better mileage with the AC on and the windows rolled up. The drag caused by rolled down windows at high speed reduces fuel efficiency more than the AC.
  • Do not use fuel station without shelter or Paved floor. Use reputed fuel stations to get good quality of fuel.
  • The number one reason for poor mileage is low tyre pressure.
  • Check the tyre pressure every two weeks, or at least once a month (including the spare tyre).
  • Properly inflated tyres can reduce fuel consumption by up to 3%.
Monsoon Driving Tips

Monsoon Driving Tips

  • It is not advisable to drive your car through water logged roads (Flooded roads). Especially when water level is more than half of your tyre height. Do not start the engine when the vehicle is submerged in water.
  • Do not stop the engine while driving in water logged condition.
  • If possible switch off electrical systems (AC, Audio System).
  • Majority of short circuits in electrical components are reported during monsoon season. Water condensation may happen in Monsoon. This is natural. Switch ON headlamp for few minutes till FOG disappears.
  • Depress the brake pedal and the clutch pedal several times after driving through water.
  • Roll down and roll up the windows, the weather strip at the bottom of the windows will clear the fog.
Safety Tips

Safety Tips

  • Safety starts with buckling your seat belt. Seat belts protect drivers and passengers by securing them to their seats. Always have passengers buckle up too.
  • SRS (Supplementary Restraint System) Airbags do not replace seat belts, they supplement them. SRS airbags and seat belts together provide occupants with more effective protection. Do not sit too dose to the steering wheel or dashboard.
  • Do not attach stickers or place things on the steering wheel or dashboard.
  • Airbags may not deploy in collisions where the force of the collision is downward, such as in an impact with the loading platform of a truck.

  • When you need to suddenly brake, press and hold the brake pedal down as hard as you can, as strong and steady pedal pressure is necessary for ABS to work properly.
  • You may feel fine vibrations in the pedal and hear noise, but this is the ABS functioning normally continue applying strong pressure to the pedal.
  • Never let a child stand on or below, or sit without a seat belt in the front passenger seat of a vehicle equipped with a passenger-side airbag! It is extremely dangerous.
  • In the sudden braking before a collision, the unrestrained child will be flung first forward into the dashboard then thrown backward by the rapid and forceful inflation of the airbag-possibly causing life-threatening injuries.
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