Your Toyota has an optimum service interval that depends as much on time and driving conditions as it does on distance, that's why the team at Brighton Toyota know your vehicle inside and out.
The Importance of Time vs Distance
If you don't do a lot of kilometres (and keep in mind the average Australian driver only does 14,600 [N14] per year) you should have your Toyota serviced at Brighton Toyota according to the recommended time based service intervals.
Short, stop-start journeys are one of the hardest forms of work an engine can endure. Since the engine doesn't get up to optimal operating temperature for any real period of time it can't burn off the by-products of combustion. This can lead to a reduction in the oils efficiency to lubricate which, in turn, can lead to premature engine wear and possible engine failure.
Alternatively, if you use your car more regularly and drive more than the average distance then you will reach the kilometre interval first, therefore your servicing at Brighton Toyota should be based on the recommended distance travelled. Remember, it's not only time or distance, it's whichever you reach first.
So if you're looking for a team of trained technicians to work on servicing your vehicle around Elsternwick, then you need to see the team at Brighton Toyota.
Recommended Service Intervals at Brighton Toyota
The below features the recommended Service & Maintenance schedule for all current generation Toyota vehicles at Brighton Toyota. Toyota's service intervals are designed to ensure your vehicle continues to operate within specification. Should you be after recommended schedules for other Toyota vehicles, please see the Warranty & Service Logbook or consult with Brighton Toyota who will be happy to assist.
[N14] Australian Bureau of Statistics Survey of Motor Vehicle Use (to 31 October 2007), August 2008.
[T15] All Toyota Genuine Parts carry a 12 month Toyota Warranty. Conditions apply. The Toyota Genuine Parts Warranty does not limit and may not necessarily exceed your rights under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010. Warranty conditions differ for Tyres and Batteries. See relevant sections for details.