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As I mentioned in the hidden features thread - toyotas don't break down. They just accelerate away
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So I am a bit miffed that by purchasing the Innova 6 months ago, Toyota will not cover me with this roadside assistance program.
On another note, my wife left the lights on in the Baleno on a shopping trip and came back to find that the vehicle had no cranking power. She had no clue what happened & called me. I gave her Maruti (specifically Varun Motors in hyderabad) number. Within 45 mins, a service van from maruti reached her and they jump started the car.
Total cost charged - ZERO. And my Baleno is nearly 5 years old now.
Now compare this to the Toyota 3 year roadside assistance program limited to vehicles bought after 1 April 2010!!
No wonder I will shift to Maruti again if they ever made a car like the Innova!!
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