Toyota and Lexus have launched a new customer proposition where owners receive a year-long, 10,000 mile warranty each year.

Toyota offer 10-year warranty, but vehicles have to be dealer serviced

The catch is that they have to have their vehicle serviced at an official VM centre  in order for the warranty to be active. Annual servicing is a must on most of the range, although a few have 24-month intervals.

All light vehicles from the group are eligible, including vans and pick-ups and if the servicing is carried out every year the warranty will last for ten years or 100,000 miles.


CAT has asked both the IAAF and the IGA how the proposition fits with block exemption rules as they currently stand. We’ll keep you updated.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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