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Everything We Check on a Multi-Point Inspection

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The best way to keep your Toyota in top shape is to bring it in for regularly scheduled maintenance. Whether you are bringing your new Toyota to our service department for one of its ToyotaCare maintenance checks, or your vehicle is several years old and in need of a checkup, our Toyota-certified and trained technicians will perform a multi-point inspection. 

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How To Make Your Headlights Shine Again

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Headlights are one of the most important pieces of equipment on your car. Most headlights are made from polycarbonate plastic so the material can become cloudy and foggy over time. Before you go out and purchase a new set, our service team here at Steve Landers Toyota of Northwest Arkansas has a few easy steps for you to restore your headlights.

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Getting Your Toyota Ready for Cold Weather

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It’s finally fall and the temperature is about to start dropping. And then it will waffle for a while before becoming cold. This is Arkansas after all, and before we know it winter will be here! With the upcoming cool weather, you’ll want to make sure to check a few things on your Toyota to make sure you are ready for changing seasons.

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Why Go to a Dealership vs. a Repair Shop?

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There are so many options for maintenance and repairs for your vehicle in the Rogers area and throughout Northwest Arkansas, that it can be a little daunting. Should you visit a dealership’s service department, a chain repair shop or something independently owned? 

We at Steve Landers Toyota of Northwest Arkansas are all about supporting the local economy, but we also want to let you know why you should choose a dealership — and our dealership in particular — over other shops. 

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ToyotaCare — No Cost Service & Roadside Assistance

 

At Steve Landers Toyota of Northwest Arkansas in Rogers, Arkansas, when you buy a new Toyota vehicle with us, you’re automatically enrolled in ToyotaCare.

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How to Properly Care for your Tires

You rely on your car to get you wherever you need to go. Even though you take the best care of it that you can, you still might be overlooking a key bit of maintenance. Tires. We know, it’s probably not something you think much about, but your tires are the only part of your vehicle that actually makes contact with the road.

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Toyota Express Maintenance is Quick Service

 

Being busy seems to be the normal way of life these days. Many of us juggle full-time jobs, family, friends, school, clubs and organizations and kids. All of that makes it hard to spend half a day waiting on your car to be serviced at the local shop. 

At Steve Landers Toyota of Northwest Arkansas, we know that time is precious, which is why we offer our Toyota Express Maintenance! 

Toyota Express Maintenance is designed…

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When to Service Your Vehicle

 

Sticking to a regular vehicle maintenance schedule is the best way to keep your vehicle running like it did the day you purchased it. Conversely, a sure way to deal with expensive repairs later on is to neglect a maintenance schedule and neglect your oil changes. 

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Why & How Often You Need to Change Engine Oil

 


Changing the oil in your new Toyota or pre-owned vehicle is the most common bit of vehicle maintenance you need to do as a car owner. It’s also crucial to ensuring your vehicle continues to run smoothly and it will extend the life of your vehicle. 

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How to Get Your Car Ready for Spring | Steve Landers Toyota NWA

 

It’s almost March and that means spring is upon us. We’ve gotten a few glimpses of spring already throughout January and February with random 70º days and the blooming of the stinky Bradford Pear trees. With the transition of winter to spring on the horizon, people will start to break out lighter clothing and spend more time outside. 

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