When it comes to buying a new car, we believe that nothing should stand between you and the thrill of the drive. Which is why we've made sure every[T5] new model bought after 1 January 2019 is protected by a minimum five-year unlimited kilometre warranty that covers any part, panel and accessory made by Toyota.View full terms and conditions
Stick to your annual service schedule, and we'll extend your engine and driveline warranty from five to seven years, so you can drive stress-free for longer. Conditions apply.
We'll increase the standard guarantee on your new Hybrid battery to up to 10 years as long as you undertake your annual inspection as part of routine maintenance according to the vehicle logbook. Conditions apply.
For any failure that prevents your Toyota from being driveable, and for any failure that's had multiple unsuccessful repair attempts, we'll refund whatever you've paid in full. Conditions apply.
While taking care of your vehicle, we'll also take care of you by covering your expenses related to car hire or towing if required. Conditions apply.
If you'd like to find out more about Toyota Warranty Advantage, or you need to make a claim, our qualified dealers are on hand and ready to help.CONTACT A DEALER
Here's everything you need to know about the Toyota Warranty Advantage, including what it covers, how it works and what your rights are.Toyota Warranty Advantage Terms & Conditions
What if I bought my Toyota before
01 January 2019?
You'll be protected by Toyota's three-year/100,000km warranty that covers any defect in material or workmanship in both parts and panels. If you're the proud owner of a Hybrid, we'll cover your battery for a full eight years or 160,000km, whichever comes first.
What is the Toyota Warranty Advantage?
Toyota Warranty Advantage, is a five-plus years new vehicle warranty which offers:
Who is giving this Toyota Warranty Advantage?TOYOTA MOTORS CORPORATION AUSTRALIA
When does this new warranty period commence?
This new warranty period will apply to all vehicles delivered to a guest in Australia from 1 January 2019.
What has changed with this new Toyota Warranty Advantage?
Toyota's current warranty period is three years/100,000km, whichever occurs first. This is now five years/unlimited km.
The new warranty period is that we will cover for up to:
Vehicles used for private use have access to additional warranty coverage if the vehicle is maintained in accordance with the vehicle maintenance schedule as indicated in the Warranty and Service book and in the case of the Hybrid battery extension, have a Hybrid Health Check performed annually. Your Toyota dealer is best equipped to maintain your vehicle with factory-trained technicians, with special service tools, using genuine parts and at competitive prices.
What is the Hybrid Health Check?
A Hybrid Health Check is a detailed analysis, where your Service Centre uses a special scan tool to confirm the health of your Hybrid battery and Hybrid systems to ensure trouble-free motoring.
How often do I need a Hybrid Health Check?
Hybrid Health Checks are done annually beginning from the year five service then each year thereafter for warranty coverage up to 10 years, which is incorporated in your routine maintenance, so no need for an extra trip to your Service Centre.
Will I have to pay for a Hybrid Health Check?
Hybrid Health Check is free when conducted as part of routine maintenance service with a Toyota dealer. If a Hybrid Health Check is requested outside of a routine maintenance, there will be a charge for the labour.
Is "We'll keep you mobile" the same as Roadside Assistance?
No. Keeping you mobile means that if your vehicle requires a warranty repair, Toyota will cover charges that relate to transporting your vehicle to a Toyota dealer, cost of the repair and a loan vehicle while your vehicle is off the road.
Who should service my Toyota?
Toyota Authorised Service Centres (we have about 300 nationwide) have specialist factory-trained technicians. We have access to the latest diagnostic equipment and specialist service tools along with regular Toyota updates. And we only use genuine parts. This all means that you'll keep your Toyota in the best condition.
Do I qualify for the Toyota Warranty Advantage for my 2018-delivered vehicle?
The new warranty period only applies to vehicles delivered to a guest on or after 1 January 2019. Vehicles purchased before this date will still have the three-year/100,000km warranty period.
Any Toyota warranty (including relevant Toyota warranty periods) does not limit and may not necessarily exceed your rights under the Australian Consumer Law statutory consumer guarantees. If your rights under the Australian Consumer Law are greater than the Toyota Warranty Advantage (or other applicable Toyota warranties), we will always honour your rights under the Australian Consumer Law.
What is the Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty?
This refers to the total vehicle warranty – that is almost everything between your vehicle's front and rear bumper (subject to terms and conditions) which includes up to seven years for the engine and drivetrain and up to 10 years for the Hybrid battery.
What qualifies for the 60-day money-back guarantee and when does it begin?
For any failure that prevents the vehicle being driveable, and for any failure which has had multiple unsuccessful repair attempts within 60 days of collecting your new vehicle.
Is the Toyota Warranty Advantage transferable?
Yes. If you sell your Toyota or purchase a pre-owned vehicle while it is under the Toyota Warranty Advantage period, the warranty will transfer to the new owner for the remainder of the period from the original delivery date to the original purchaser.
[T5] Excludes new vehicles used for commercial applications, such as taxis, hire vehicles and vehicles transporting people or goods for payment including a part-time or casual basis. The standard Toyota Warranty Advantage period for these vehicles is 5 years/160,000kms (whichever occurs first), from delivery. See toyota.com.au or your vehicle's Warranty and Service Book for T&Cs. This warranty does not limit and may not necessarily exceed your rights under the Australian Consumer Law.