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Originally Posted by Autoblog
Toyota knows better than most the value of customer satisfaction and confidence in one's products. Having suffered a series of blows to its image with all of the recalls and safety issues that emerged regarding its vehicles recently, the automaker has responded by launching a complimentary maintenance plan for its customers. But while that promotion was initially part of a seasonal sales initiative, overwhelming positive feedback for the promotion has prompted Toyota Motor Sales USA to announce its continuation.
The two-year maintenance plan goes into effect immediately, and is offered on both new Toyota and Scion models. Called Toyota Care and Scion Service Boost respectively, the plans include complimentary oil and filter changes, tire rotations, lubrication of key chassis parts/components, regularly-scheduled 19-point inspections and 24-hour roadside assistance for a duration of two years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first.
I'm surprised they are offering this but they should've made it at least 3 years. BMW has 4, VW has 3, so why only 2yrs. It places the company last when consumers eventually do the cross shopping on what vehicle they lean towards because of such and such incentives.
Also they should've extended this deal to the Lexus brand as well.
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