Toyota of Seattle's service advisors and Toyota-trained technicians go above and beyond to provide the professional care you need.
We offer several amenities to make your appointment as easy and comfortable as possible.
Courtesy Shuttle (Monday-Saturday)
Drop-off and Pickup Service
Located near a Streetcar Route
Pet Friendly Atmosphere
Two Satellite TVs
Complimentary Coffee and Tea
Convenient Downtown Location
Schedule your service appointment online today. It's easy, fast, and secure!
Did You Know?
You can bring almost any car to our service department, not just Toyotas. We can service most vehicle makes and models.
Even if you didn't buy your vehicle from us, we can still perform your Toyota warranty services here. We are Toyota-certified to perform warranty services on any Toyota.
Five Tips for Cold Weather Driving
Why not take a little time to be car care aware and make sure your vehicle is ready for the harsh winter weather ahead? A few simple steps now can save you the headaches and cost of an emergency breakdown later, says the Car Care Council.
Battery - Keep the battery connections clean, tight, and corrosion-free. Cold weather is hard on batteries, so it's wise to check the battery and charging system. Because batteries don't always give warning signs before they fail, it is advisable to replace batteries that are more than three years old.
Heater, Defrosters, and Wiper Blades - Check that the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system are working properly, as heating and cooling performance is critical for interior comfort and for safety reasons, such as defrosting. Fall is also a great time to check your air filters. Wiper blades that are torn, or cracked or that don't properly clean your windshield, should be replaced.
As a general rule, wiper blades should be replaced every six months. When changing the blades, be sure to also check the fluid level in the windshield washer reservoir.
Tires - Check the tires, including the tire pressure and tread depth. Uneven wear indicates a need for wheel alignment. Tires should also be checked for bulges and bald spots. If snow and ice are a problem in your area, consider special tires designed to grip slick roads. During winter, tire pressure should be checked weekly as tires lose pressure when temperatures drop.
Brakes - Have the brake system checked, including brake linings, rotors and drums. Brakes are critical to vehicle safety and particularly important when driving on icy or snow-covered roads.
"Getting your vehicle ready for winter while temperatures are still mild is a proactive approach to preventive maintenance that helps ensure safety, reliability, and fewer unexpected repairs when severe winter weather strikes," says Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council.
Let our factory-trained service staff help you get ready for the cold days ahead and help ensure a happy holiday driving season!