We service and maintain your Toyota in line with the manufacturer's standards and recommendations.

For your peace of mind and convenience, our one stop shop concept offers:

  • Quick oil change
  • Periodic Maintenance/Servicing
  • Mechanical and electrical repairs
  • Air conditioning system Re-Gas
  • Tyre renewal
  • Tyre puncture repairs
  • Wheel alignment
  • Electronic diagnosis
  • Battery charging system test
  • Battery health check and replacement


Please contact us as we need to know more about your car to advise you in the most efficient way.


Please contact us as we need to know more about your car to advise you in the most efficient way.


The increasing number of vehicles in the country has catapulted the importance of safety, while we can't do anything about the circumstances beyond our control; here are a few tips to keep you safe.

  • Always wear seat belts as wearing seat belts decreases death by 20 to 30%
  • Always keep a fire extinguisher in the car to prevent any major mishaps caused due to fire.
  • Don't use the air conditioner when you are stuck in a flood situation
  • Don't roll up the windows if you are stuck in a flood situation as power windows might get jammed.
  • It is handy to keep a small hammer in the car to break the glasses to exit when necessary.
  • Always maintain correct tyre pressure as it will help in effective braking.
  • Follow lane while driving and avoiding jumping lanes. Always stick to the lane assigned to you and stay within the speed limits.
  • Always look for road signs and give due importance to them.
  • Don't sound your horn unnecessarily as it causes air pollution.
  • Don't accelerate while you are pulling out a parked car, always look for other vehicles in the rear view mirror and then move forward slowly.
  • Use indicators while turning the vehicle left or right, be extra careful while cutting lanes and put the indicators on at least 30 meters before turning.
  • Be extra careful while reversing and look for pedestrians and other obstacles.
  • Overtake when it's absolutely necessary and keep optimum distance from the vehicle which you are trying to overtake. Don't speed past a bus which has just stopped to disembark passengers as people trying to cross the road will be blinded due to the stationary vehicle.
  • Don't stop abruptly; slow down before stopping to give enough warning to the vehicles behind you.
  • While driving on the highways make sure you maintain proper distances from heavy vehicles as they might not be able to stop at a short notice.



Driving economically leaves a lighter ecological footprint on Earth, and driving with an eye toward ecology returns the bonus of economy.

  • Gently accelerate before hills
  • Lift off throttle just before cresting a hill - As described in the previous technique, use inertia to your advantage
  • Coast down hills and slight grades - This is sort of the reverse of building momentum to go up a hill. Whenever you get the chance, let gravity naturally drag you and your car down every hill.
  • Brake only when necessary - Eliminate wasted fuel from re-accelerating.
  • Slow before entering a curve - rarely, if ever, apply the brakes to set-up for entry into a curve in the road. Instead, let friction slow you down.
  • Anticipate traffic flow and traffic signals
  • Yield the right of way to aggressive drivers
  • Don't drive while hungry, angry or tired. These conditions/emotions don't exactly promote patience and gentleness.


Here are some tips to help you reduce the amount of fuel you use. If you are already following these tips, you are probably getting the best fuel mileage your car can deliver.
While being safer for you and others, sensible driving helps to reduce fuel consumption. On the other hand, aggressive driving (speeding, rapid acceleration and braking) contributes to high fuel consumption.
While each vehicle reaches its optimal fuel economy at a different speed (or range of speeds), gas mileage usually decreases rapidly at speeds above 100km/h.
The heavier the car the more fuel it consumes. So, avoid keeping unnecessary items in your vehicle, especially heavy ones.
Idling gets 0 km per litre. Cars with larger engines typically waste more gas at idle than do cars with smaller engines.
Using cruise control on the motorway helps you maintain a constant speed and, in most cases, will save fuel.
The use of overdrive / higher gear not only reduces your vehicle's engine speed but also, reduces your vehicle's fuel consumption.


First Service at
Second service at

* 10,000 km applicable for New Generation vehicles such as New Rav4, New Corolla, New Yaris Hatchback, Yaris Sedan, PriusC

Service Menu Minor Major
Passenger Rs. 3,500 Rs. 7,000
SUV & Crossover Rs. 5,000 Rs. 9,000
Commercial Rs. 4,500 Rs. 8,500

*T&Cs applicable