Toyota models average around $6,083 for maintenance and repairs during their first 10 years of service, which beats the industry average for popular brands by $782. There is also a 13.51% chance that a Toyota will require a major repair during that time. This is 7.02% better when compared to the other auto manufacturers in this segment that we have studied.
|Year||Major Repair Probability||Annual Costs|
|4Runner Maintenance Schedule||4Runner Repair Costs|
|Avalon Maintenance Schedule||Avalon Repair Costs|
|Avalon Hybrid Maintenance Schedule||Avalon Hybrid Repair Costs|
|C-HR Maintenance Schedule||C-HR Repair Costs|
|Camry Maintenance Schedule||Camry Repair Costs|
|Camry Hybrid Maintenance Schedule||Camry Hybrid Repair Costs|
|Corolla Maintenance Schedule||Corolla Repair Costs|
|Highlander Maintenance Schedule||Highlander Repair Costs|
|Highlander Hybrid Maintenance Schedule||Highlander Hybrid Repair Costs|
|Land Cruiser Maintenance Schedule||Land Cruiser Repair Costs|
|Prius Maintenance Schedule||Prius Repair Costs|
|Prius Prime Maintenance Schedule||Prius Prime Repair Costs|
|RAV4 Maintenance Schedule||RAV4 Repair Costs|
|RAV4 Prime Maintenance Schedule||RAV4 Prime Repair Costs|
|Sequoia Maintenance Schedule||Sequoia Repair Costs|
|Sienna Maintenance Schedule||Sienna Repair Costs|
|Supra Maintenance Schedule||Supra Repair Costs|
|Tacoma Maintenance Schedule||Tacoma Repair Costs|
|Tundra Maintenance Schedule||Tundra Repair Costs|
|Venza Maintenance Schedule||Venza Repair Costs|
|Yaris Maintenance Schedule||Yaris Repair Costs|
We consider anything that exceeds $500, including parts and labor, to be a "Major Repair".
We aggregate and analyze millions of automotive data points from a variety of sources, including some of the industry's leading data providers. The maintenance tables, charts and resulting rankings are conducted on a semi-annual basis, with our most recent update published in September 2020.
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