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Toyota Fixed Price Servicing Benefits & Prices

By Stephen Turvil | December 12, 2016


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Fixed Price Servicing explained, Essential Care Servicing for older vehicles and reasons to trust the manufacturer.

Toyota Fixed Price Servicing Benefits & Prices
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Intermediate, Full and Full+ Servicing

Toyota Fixed Price Servicing ensures your vehicle is safe and efficient and incorporates a transparent, easy to follow, pricing structure throughout the brand's franchised network. There are three types of servicing to consider: Intermediate, Full and Full+.

Intermediate is the “initial service” that ensures “smooth running”, the manufacturer explained. The Full Service, in contrast, is an in depth package that maximises “performance and longevity”. The Full+ Service is the most comprehensive and includes “additional replacement of longer service interval items”.

Toyota Fixed Price Service costs

The table below confirms the prices for a wide range of vehicles.

Corolla, Corolla Verso, iQ, Urban Cruiser, Verso S, Yaris, Yaris Verso£160£290£350
Auris, Avensis, Avensis Verso, Celica, Hiace, MR2, Previa, Prius, Proace, RAV4,Verso£180£330£390
Dyna, Hilux, Land Cruiser£240£390£490



Toyota Essential Care

Toyota Essential Care cuts the cost of servicing older cars; specially those aged five years plus. The Silver Service is basic yet ensures “safety and road-worthiness” whereas Gold is “more comprehensive”, Toyota stated. The table below confirms the prices.

Engine SizeSilverGold
Up to and including 2.2-litres£100£180
Over 2.2-litres£140£260


Toyota confirmed prices for any necessary extras, too. Highlights included: 

  • air-conditioning re-gas (from £40);
  • air-conditioning re-gas and cleanse (from £80);
  • hybrid brake fluid change (£60);
  • non-hybrid brake fluid change (£40);
  • coolant change (from £70);
  • petrol or diesel fuel treatment (from £20);
  • spark plug change (from £60);
  • fuel filter replacement (from £40);
  • manual transmission or differential oil change (from £40);
  • cabin filter replacement (£40);
  • hybrid health check including one year battery warranty (£40);
  • automatic transmission fluid replacement (from £110).

Benefits of trusting Toyota

Toyota explained that there is a range of reasons to trust its franchised network to care for your vehicle. Highlights include:

  • “our technicians have undertaken extensive training in our Academy, (and) service your vehicle to the highest standards in full compliance with the terms of your vehicle’s warranty;”
  • “we only ever fit genuine Toyota parts;”
  • “we are happy to arrange courtesy cars or a collection and delivery service to ensure your experience is as convenient as possible;”
  • “if you prefer to wait with us while we service your vehicle, we can offer a one hour service with two technicians working on your car (which is) ideal if you need your vehicle back in a hurry.”

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