If you’re looking for car ownership with total peace of mind, take a look at an extended warranty for your new, approved pre-owned or used Toyota. This is one of the foremost comprehensive warranties available anywhere and covers everything you’ll require from car repairs to hotel costs, from MOT cover to body repairs.
Toyota extended warranties are available for a 12 month period or 15,000 miles (whichever comes first) but for a limited period only and for the same cost, you'll take advantage of 24 months cover or 30,000 miles (whichever comes soonest). All repairs are carried out by an Approved Toyota Centre, utilizing genuine Toyota parts.
Benefits of the Toyota Extended Warranty
In addition to 24 months’ peace of mind for the cost of 12 months, you’ll too enjoy:
Two FREE MOTs over the course of your guarantee period.
Free Toyota Roadside Assistance within the UK and Europe given by the AA.
If you can’t drive your vehicle since a covered part has failed, you'll claim up to 5 days car hire to a most extreme of £45 per day (counting VAT), after the primary 24 hours.
If repair or replacement of a protected part takes more than 24 hours from arrival at a Toyota Dealer and you're more than 20 miles from your home, our Extended Warranty can pay up to £150 (inc VAT) towards one night’s accommodation, counting breakfast.
If your vehicle comes up short on an MOT, a Toyota Extended Warranty ensures against startling repair bills. As long as the vehicle is repaired and passes, we are going pay for parts and work, up to the vehicle’s purchase. All you’ll pay is the original MOT test price and the first £10 of any repair charges covered by the Extended Warranty.
How to do it
Vehicles must be serviced and assessed by a Toyota Dealer at least once a year (or more as often as possible for high mileage drivers), on understanding with the recommended service plan. Extend your warranty at your local Westover Toyota dealer today
The mechanical or electrical failure of a ensured part. This includes:
In addition to this, there is cover for the replacement of covered parts which result in the failure of an MOT test.
The primary exclusions are: