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Caring for you and your Toyota

A simple guide to caring for your Toyota

Being recognised as a manufacturer of some of the most reliable and safe cars on the planet is a huge accolade; and achieving this whilst producing approximately 10 million cars a year makes it all the more remarkable.

Manufactured to the highest quality

Most products that are manufactured of the highest quality are made in small numbers. Take the luxury watch market: hundreds of hours can be spent assembling Swiss masterpieces that are designed to last a lifetime and be passed on to the next generation.

One thing that you cannot do is neglect these quality pieces. Owners should avoid mistreatment and should certainly look to service and maintain the timepiece to continue to receive the accuracy, reliability and enjoyment the manufacturer intended.

Keep your Toyota running like clockwork

The same can be said of your Toyota. Manufactured with the utmost care and attention and to the strictest standards, you will need to spend some time and effort to maximise your enjoyment, comfort and safety.

By carrying out simple checks and regular servicing, as your model requires, you can expect your Toyota to provide you with many years and miles of pleasurable driving that many loyal Toyota owners advocate around the world.

Life with your Toyota

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