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Toyota Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle | Destination Toyota

What is a Toyota Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle?

It may not be new, but the reputation never wears out.

A Toyota Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle (TCUV) is, first and foremost, a Toyota. So you are starting out with a pre-owned vehicle that has the same quality and dependability that Toyotas are famous for when they are new. Every Certified Toyota must pass a rigorous 160-point quality assurance inspection performed by a factory-trained technician.

TCUV Program highlights:
  • Minimum 6-months / 10,000 kms Powertrain and Roadside Assistance coverage
  • Warranty honoured at over 1,500 Toyota Dealers in Canada and the U.S
  • 160-point quality assurance inspection
  • Zero deductible
  • Extensive mechanical and appearance reconditioning process
  • 7 days or 1,500 kms exchange policy
  • First free oil change
  • CarProof® vehicle history reports

160-point Quality Assurance Inspection

To be Toyota certified, a pre-owned vehicle must have less than 140,000 kms on the odometer and be within 6 models years of age. Every Toyota Certified Vehicle undergoes a rigorous inspection of 160 individual checkpoints in these major categories:

  • Vehicle Servicing
  • Road Test
  • Underhood
  • Underbody
  • Vehicle Exterior
  • Vehicle Interior

24-Hours Roadside Assistance - when you certify your pre-owned Toyota, you have access to roadside assistance anywhere in Canada and US by calling 1-888-TOYOTA-8 (-888-869-6828).

Optional Extra Care Protection - When you add ECP, your pre-owned vehicle can benefit form inflation-protected coverage for unexpected mechanical failure, road emergencies, and much more.