Now that you’ve got your Scion on the road, you want to make sure it keeps going. That’s where scheduled maintenance comes in. Taking your car in for regular service will help your ride run better and last longer. It will keep your repair bills down, too. This booklet makes it easy to keep your Scion running smoothly. It lists all the factory-recommended services and tells you when your vehicle needs them. Be sure to look this booklet over carefully and keep it in your glove box. Do what it says and your Scion should be happy for many miles to come.
Scion tC Owner’s Manual
To help you get started with regular maintenance, Scion provides your vehicle’s first three oil changes on a complimentary basis. To find out how to obtain your complimentary oil changes, see page 3.
Remember that changing the oil is just one of the maintenance services that should be performed regularly on your Scion. Make sure that all the other services recommended in this booklet are performed on your car as well.
Scion tC user Manual
To make sure your warranty coverage stays intact, you need to maintain your Scion according to the recommendations in this booklet. You should keep records of vehicle maintenance, including date and mileage at time of service and a description of service items performed and parts installed. The scheduled maintenance log can help you keep track of this information. If you sell your car, be sure to give your maintenance records to the new owner.
Scion will not deny a warranty claim solely because you don’t have records to show that you maintained your vehicle. However, damage or failures caused by lack of proper maintenance are not covered under warranty.
You can have maintenance and repair services done by any automotive service provider you choose, or you can do them yourself. Scion won’t deny a warranty claim solely because you used a service provider other than a Scion dealership for maintenance and repairs. However, damage or failures caused by improper maintenance or repairs are not covered under warranty.