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Manufacturers Warranty

Our vehicles are built to exceptional standards, but to ensure your peace of mind, our manufacturer’s warranty covers any faults with mechanical components that can affect your Toyota.


We offer a 3 year bumper to bumper warranty on mechanical components.

Keep your car looking sharp

12 years of anti-corrosion coverage is included.

Give yourself peace of mind

Our vehicles are built to exceptional standards, but our warranty guarantees complete peace of mind.


The warranty covers any defect that is attributable to a manufacturing or assembly fault under normal use for a period of 3 years or 100,000km, whichever comes first, with no mileage limitation for the first year (only valid in Pan-European countries). The warranty covers the cost of towing your vehicle to the nearest authorised repairer in the event of a breakdown immobilising your vehicle if that breakdown is the result of a warrantable defect.  

Surface rust and paint defects appearing on any of the painted body panels due to a fault in material or workmanship are covered by warranty for 3 years, regardless of the mileage. 

The warranty gives 12 years' coverage, regardless of mileage, against perforation of the bodywork (ie: any holes through the bodywork from inside to outside) due to corrosion that is attributable to faults in material or workmanship.

Standard warranties can also be transferred to any future owner throughout the covered warranty period. 

Genuine accessories are also covered for the 3 year duration of the car in case of defaults during manufacturing. 

The vehicle must be maintained following the manufacturer's specifications and instructions, as set out in the owner's manual. Failure to do so may invalidate the warranty for maintenance related items. 

You are responsible for keeping all records necessary to prove that such maintenance had been performed, in the event of defects requiring warranty work.

The owner is obliged to present the vehicle to an authorised repairer as soon as possible. This is to prevent the defect from escalating and  requiring more extensive repairs than would originally have been needed.