Bring Your Toyota Home
February 26 2018, Toyota Canada - Sprint Marketing
Don't wait for your Toyota to tell you there's a problem - here are three reasons to bring your Toyota home.
1. Toyota Genuine Motor Oil
Toyota Genuine Motor Oil is more than just a lubricant in your engine — it’s specially designed to help keep your engine performing at its best.
Specially formulated and engineered for your vehicle, Toyota Genuine Motor Oil helps to protect your engine from energy loss, heat and wearing between contact surfaces that are caused by friction and high temperatures within your engine.
It also helps to keep the engine’s rotating parts well lubricated.
Toyota Genuine Motor Oil is formulated with a unique combination of base stocks and special additives designed for optimal performanceinside your Toyota’s engine.
Engineers test and refine these additives to constantly improve the compounds for optimal performance in your Toyota.
But after regular use, and over time, all oil will get dirty. Additives will break down and will need to be replaced.
Toyota Genuine Motor Oil is the only approved by and recommended for use in your Toyota.
It offers five different properties that help protect the quality of your engine and keep it performing at its best.
These functions include:
- Lubrication to reduce friction;
- A cooling aspect to absorb heat from the engine;
- A sealing function to prevent loss of power;
- Rust and corrosion prevention; and
- A cleansing function to remove soot and other buildup.
While you can’t see all of this going on inside your engine, you can have the peace of mind knowing that Toyota Genuine Motor Oil is hard at work helping keep your Toyota running smoothly and protecting your engine.
2. Toyota Premium Batteries
Your car battery does more than just start your car. Your battery helps to store, and provide electricity needed to power and stabilize many of the different systems in your Toyota, and to do so, your battery must remain healthy.
Over time, your battery’s performance may deteriorate. A host of factors such as the battery’s age, the driving conditions and temperatures it operates at, and even the driving habits — affect its performance.
The typical life expectancy of a light car or truck battery in Canada is about 4.5 to five years.
The best defense against the inconvenience of getting stranded is having regular battery health checks performed by your Toyota service technician. These factory-trained experts will be able to test the life of your battery, and assess the risk of failure.
If it’s time to replace your battery, choose Toyota Premium Batteries — only Toyota approved batteries have been selected for your Toyota and have been manufactured to meet Toyota’s exacting standards.
Toyota Premium batteries are selected to ensure optimal performance, providing the right specifications, such as cold cranking amps and reserve capacity for reliable performance — specific to your Toyota model.
Every critical function of Toyota premium batteries have been engineered and tested using state-of-the-art technology to get that perfect balance of life, power and durability.
3. Brake Inspections
The brakes on your Toyota vehicle form part of a complex braking system that is designed to bring your vehicle safely to a stop.
This system consists of several important brake components like callipers, rotors, brake pads, brake shoes, and brake drums.
When you step on your brake pedal, the caliper applies pressure to the brake pads which are then forced against the moving brake rotor, which causes friction and slows down the vehicle.
Some brake components, such as brake pads, will wear as result of normal usage. Other components can develop excessive rust, dust and dirt buildup, which can affect their performance and longevity.
If technicians determine that any of your braking system components need replacing, you can count on the Toyota Genuine Brake Components from your Toyota dealership.