Service Advantage Patterson Cheney Toyota
Unexpected Service costs is a thing of the past with Patterson Cheney Toyota Service Advantage. All new Toyotas across the range come with a low, capped price, service schedule. This means you’ll pay the same low price for each logbook service.
- Scheduled logbook service, including labour, fluids and Toyota Genuine Parts
- Only Toyota-Training Technicians working on your vehicle
- The use of specialist Toyota diagnostic equipment to keep your Toyota performing at its best
As each model of Toyota is different, find out how many capped price services are included for your model by contacting our Service Team on 03 9215 2255.
Service Pricing & Eligibility
With Toyota Service Advantage at Patterson Cheney Toyota you'll pay no more from one logbook service to the next for a minimum of the first three years or 60,000km†, whichever comes first.
Remember, it is important to regularly change oil, filters, brake fluid and inspect brakes and suspension to maintain the working order and safety of your vehicle. Book a service online with Patterson Cheney Toyota.
To check eligibility, or if you'd like to check your service schedule, simply get in touch with Patterson Cheney Toyota.
Toyota Service Advantage services can be claimed within a nominated number of months or kilometres of the due service date at Patterson Cheney Toyota. Please note that when the service claim period expires, the next service period will then be available.
It is important to note that missing a service or prolonging time between services at Patterson Cheney Toyota, means that you may not benefit from the total number of available services under Toyota Service Advantage. Also, there is the potential to affect your vehicle's operating performance, which may lead to costly repairs down the track.
Keep in mind, if you don't do a lot of kilometres you should have your Toyota serviced according to the recommended time based service intervals at Patterson Cheney Toyota. Alternatively, if you use your car more regularly and drive greater distances then you will reach the kilometre interval first, therefore your servicing should be based on the recommended distance travelled.