Toyota place the highest importance in the quality of their vehicles, and their superior build and reliability is what keeps our customers returning car after car. As a Toyota owner, you should be always be confident in the safety and performance of your vehicle, which is why Toyota conduct product recalls if these standards have not been met.
What happens if I receive a recall notice?
If you receive a Toyota recall notice, it is important to act swiftly, primarily for your own safety and that of anyone who travels with you, as well as other road users. Simply follow the recall instructions outlined in the letter or email.
I have questions…
We are here to help, seven days a week. If you want to know more about Toyota recalls or you require assistance in actioning one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your nearest Vantage Toyota centre.
How do I check if my Toyota is being recalled?
It is quick and simple to check if your Toyota is affected by a recall issue. All you need is your vehicle registration number or Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
You will find this 17-digit-and-letter code on your car, either where the windscreen meets the dashboard or on the driver's side door post. Your VIN number can also be located in the V5 registration document provided by the DVLA.
When you have found your vehicle registration and VIN, you can check for a recall at any time using the Toyota Recall Checker.