As an approved Toyota Centre, we have the expertise to help you ensure your vehicle is well looked after. If you want to help protect the value of your car and keep it in good working order, it’s important to get your car serviced regularly.
We recommend that you have a major service every 20,000 miles, with a health and safety check every 10,000 miles. You can get your car serviced at any one of our 22 Toyota workshops.
Here are just a few advantages of using Steven Eagell Toyota Centres for your vehicle service:
While-You-Wait Service: Relax in our customer lounge while our experts carry out the necessary checks to get you back on the road in no time.
Trained Toyota Technicians: They know your Toyota best! Our techs have undertaken extensive training in at the Toyota Academy, are familiar with the terms of your warranty and ensure all repairs comply with the highest manufacturer standards.
Courtesy/loan Cars and Collection & Delivery*: We aim to make your car service experience as convenient as possible. This is why we offer loan vehicles or the option of a pick up and drop off from a place of your choice.
Genuine Toyota Parts: Genuine manufacturer parts, designed and tested to high exacting standards are the only ones we fit on your vehicle.
- Subject to availability on a first come, first serve basis.
We also offer Service Price Match on any like-for-like written or e-mailed quotation from another service outlet within a 10 mile radius (where they’re using genuine Toyota parts).
There are two Toyota Servicing options, each including a clear and comprehensive list of checks to ensure your vehicle is carefully inspected to ensure your safety:
Intermediate Service: From £145 and designed to maintain all the things on your vehicle that need frequent inspections.
Full Service: From £260, our most comprehensive service, designed to maximise the performance and longevity of your vehicle.
All services include a FREE 37 Point Visual Safety Report. This is a comprehensive visual inspection of your vehicle, conducted by a technician, highlighting any urgently needed work to meet safety and legal requirements, as well as any work that may need doing in the future.