Our highly trained & experienced Toyota Technicians know best how to look after your Toyota.
We service all Makes/Models
* Courtesy Car Available by prior arrangement
* Open from 8.30am
* A Vehicle Health Check is carried out on all services and a video emailed to you by our Technician's highlighting any indentified work for authorisation
Hybrid Health Check
Hybrid Health Check is a five-step annual service undertaken by specialist Toyota hybrid technicians using unique tools and computer diagnostics to test the complete hybrid system. At the end of the process, the customer is presented with a detailed report by Toyota’s Hybrid Service Advisor. It's the ideal way to make sure your Hybrid system is operating as it should, alerting you to any issues and helping to maintain optimum performance.
Our technicians will test the whole Hybrid system and compile a written report that gives you all the information you need in order to understand the health of your Hybrid car.
Step 1. Diagnostic test of the hybrid system.
Step 2. Battery health check.
Step 3. Battery insulation test.
Step 4. Auxiliary battery charging test.
Step 5. Cooling system check.
Hybrid Battery Extended Care
Toyota Hybrid Drive components are covered by a five-year or 100,000km manufacturer’s warranty (from date of registration) as standard. Following a successful Hybrid Health Check, customers will benefit from a further one year’s (or 15,000km) Hybrid Battery Extended Care cover. Should an issue arise with the hybrid drive components, the cost of a repair is covered where the car has Hybrid Battery Extended Care cover.
This cover can be renewed annually for up to 10 years from the first date of vehicle registration by completing another Hybrid Health Check, giving customers the assurance that the hybrid components on their vehicle are operating to manufacturer’s specification.
A Toyota Hybrid Health Check is now included with any Hybrid Service at Grandons.
Over four decades of Hybrid know-how
For some people, hybrid technology is still thought of as new technology. In fact, even though our first hybrid, the Prius, was on the roads ahead of its time in 1997, we’ve actually been honing our hybrid know-how since the mid 1970s, with gas turbine hybrid models, the Century and Sports 800.