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I've just found the service internal numbers for the new C-HR on Motor Report. Instead of the usual 6 month/10,000 intervals of other Toyota models, C-Hr owners will only need to bring it in once every 12 months/15,000km. Not sure if this applies globally, but in Australia, the servicing costs is capped at $195 per service for the first 5 years or 75,000km.
 

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My last Toyota was due for a service every 12 months too according to the sticker they put on my windshield. I'm guessing this isn't a new phenomenon with Toyota.
 

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Depends on the car model from Toyota. Some needs maintenance after the first 5,000 miles for small things like oil filters and general inspection. Would prefer not to go through the process if I don't have to.
 

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I'll be waiting to see what the official servicing breakdown is like. For reference here's what's stated for the 2017 Corolla....


Every 5,000 Miles
  • Check installation of driver's floor mat
  • Check NY State Inspection expiration date
  • Check for open campaigns/recalls
  • Replace engine oil and filter*
  • Rotate tires and check condition (tread depth)
  • Set tire pressures to correct psi
  • Check that all exterior light bulbs are functioning
  • Inspect front and rear brake components
  • Inspect and top off fluid levels
  • Inspect condition of drive axle boots
  • Check condition of brake fluid
  • Check transfer case and differential fluids
  • Check operation of cooling system and/or indication of coolant leak
  • Complete inspection of steering and suspension components
  • Complete inspection of exhaust system
  • Inspect air filter
  • Inspect wiper inserts/blades
  • Inspect cabin air filters (if applicable)
  • Lubricate propeller shaft (where applicable)
  • Inspect fuel lines and charcoal canister
  • Reset maintenance/tire pressure warning lights
  • Inspect ignition wires and distributor cap
  • Perform multi-point inspection with print-out
  • Road test of vehicle
  • $39.95--5,000 Mile Service Intervals--Synthetic Oil Vehicles
  • $79.95--5,000 Mile Service Intervals--Conventional Oil Vehicles
  • Call one of our Service Associates for more details
*10,000 miles for synthetic oil



Every 10,000 Miles
  • Check installation of driver's floor mat
  • Check for open campaigns/recalls
  • Replace engine oil and filter*
  • Rotate tires and check condition (tread depth)
  • Set tire pressures to correct psi
  • Check that all exterior light bulbs are functioning
  • Inspect front and rear brake components
  • Inspect and top off fluid levels
  • Inspect condition of drive axle boots
  • Check condition of brake fluid
  • Check transfer case and differential fluids
  • Check operation of cooling system and/or indication of coolant leak
  • Complete inspection of steering and suspension components
  • Complete inspection of exhaust system
  • Inspect air filter
  • Inspect wiper inserts/blades
  • Inspect cabin air filters (if applicable)
  • Lubricate propeller shaft (where applicable)
  • Inspect fuel lines and charcoal canister
  • Reset maintenance/tire pressure warning lights
  • Inspect ignition wires and distributor cap
  • Perform multi-point inspection with print-out
  • Road test of vehicle
  • $79.95--10,000 Mile Service Intervals--Synthetic Oil Vehicles
  • $79.95--10,000 Mile Service Intervals--Conventional Oil Vehicles
  • Call one of our Service Associates for more details
*10,000 miles for synthetic oil
 
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