By Colin Bird on October 7, 2010
New Toyota and Scion vehicles will get two years or 25,000 miles free maintenance starting today, according to Toyota.
The maintenance plans include coverage on all normal factory-recommend services, including oil and filter changes, tire rotations, lubrication of key chassis parts/components and a 19-point inspection. The plans also include 24-hour roadside assistance.
Toyota decided to offer the service after receiving positive responses from car buyers who received free maintenance as an incentive during its summer sales events.
Toyota is the first full-line brand to offer free maintenance across its whole lineup. Toyota and Scion join Volkswagen, Volvo, BMW, Jaguar, Mini, Saab, Land Rover, Lincoln and Cadillac in offering free maintenance