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At Cain Toyota, we go above and beyond your expectations. With experienced Toyota Certified technicians and skilled, trustworthy Service Advisors, you can expect the best maintenance recommendations and service to your vehicle every time. While you wait for your vehicle, relax comfortably in our newly renovated waiting room while helping yourself to complimentary coffee, watching the TV, or reading up with our magazine collection. We also offer free Wi-Fi access! Don’t have time to wait? We’re happy to provide a service loaner or give you a lift back to work or home.
Own a Scion? Your Scion will receive proper care by trained technicians using Genuine Toyota Parts.
Any tire, any size – we’ve got you covered.
2 Years Free Road Hazard Protection with purchase of any tire on the Toyota Tire Program.
The tires on your Toyota vehicle are the only link between you and the open road, so it’s important to have them inspected regularly to help prevent accidents. While tire technology has improved drastically over the years, neglected tires are still are one of the leading causes of accidents because of blowouts and tread separation. Having your tires rotated and keeping the air pressure at optimum levels also improves your vehicle’s fuel economy and makes your vehicle handle better. Always check your owner’s manual to determine how often your tires should be service and to find out the precise air pressure that is suggested for your vehicle. If it’s time for your tires to be serviced, then come visit Cain Toyota and one of our Certified Toyota Technicians would be happy to assist you.
Everyone knows how important brakes are for safety; so why let just anyone replace them?
Here at Cain Toyota we only use top shelf brake pads. The technicians working on your car are not only ASE certified, but also certified by the manufacturer. When we replace brakes we perform a thorough inspection of the brake system to make sure you won’t have any problems on the road. Why go anywhere else?
The auto industry has developed many advanced safety features in recent years, but our dealership knows the most important safety feature on your Toyota is its brakes. Besides keeping your car in peak operating condition, having your brakes serviced also helps your vehicle maintain its resale value, which puts more money back in your pocket. Check your owner’s manual to determine how often your vehicle should be serviced and to see what type of brake fluid your Toyota needs. If you would like to have your brakes inspected, then come visit our dealership and one of our Toyota Certified Technicians would be happy to take a look at your vehicle.
Not all oil changes are created equal.
To maintain the quality of your automobile, use motor oil formulated specifically for your vehicle. Here at Cain Toyota we only use oil that is uniquely formulated for your vehicle. Today’s sophisticated engine systems require a lubricant designed specifically for improved engine performance, increased fuel economy and reduced engine deposits. By increasing the efficiency of your engine’s oil flow and reducing friction, one can expect a surprising boost in fuel efficiency.
Our Service Department at Cain Toyota understands that you have a busy schedule, but we still want to mention how important it is to have the oil changed in your vehicle regularly. Oil changes aid your vehicle in many ways, such as keeping the components in your automobile running smoothly, preventing your engine from overheating, keeping carbon from developing inside your engine. It’s important to check your owner’s manual to determine how often your vehicle should be serviced and what specific fluids are required for your Toyota. If it’s time for an oil change, then stop by Cain Toyota in North Canton, OH and one of our friendly Certified Toyota Technicians can help.
Quick and Accurate Diagnostic Battery Test
If the answer to any of the questions below is YES, it may be time to replace your battery:
If your vehicle is hard to start and/or has dim headlights when the engine is turned off, your battery is getting weak and should be replaced with a new Toyota TrueStart™ battery. Manufactured to Toyota’s exacting standards for quality and performance, these batteries offer the right combination of cold cranking amps (CCA) and reserve capacity (RC) for reliable performance regardless of climate.
Toyota TrueStart™ batteries have been approved by Toyota engineers for years of trouble-free service–and no one knows your Toyota better than they do. Schedule your appointment at Cain Toyota to have your battery serviced or replaced. We will also properly dispose of your old battery to conserve our environment!
Q: What does oil actually do?
A: Put simply, oil plays three major roles within the engine block. First, it carries away excess heat generated by the constant explosions taking place within the cylinders. Second, it lubricates all the moving metal parts so they don’t damage one another. Third, oil helps prevent carbon deposits from building on the cooler parts of the engine.
Q: Why do I need to rotate my tires and are there any benefits to doing so?
A: Rotating your tires is a routine maintenance item that should be performed at every oil change. Since your vehicle’s weight isn’t perfectly balanced at a 50:50 ratio, the tires don’t wear evenly. The front tires, for example, carry the weight of the transmission and engine and lead the car around corners, causing them to wear faster. The rear tires, on the other hand, only follow the front tires and don’t bear as much weight. As a result, they wear much slower.
There are a number of benefits to rotating your tires. One of the major benefits is buying a full set at once. Doing so ensures all of your tires use the latest tire technology in the industry. Since the tread wears evenly, the tires will provide a smoother ride as well.
Q: When should I change my brakes?
A: Knowing when to change your brakes is tricky, especially if you’re new to automotive maintenance. There’s no guaranteed mileage that notifies you that you’re in need of new brakes. How fast your brakes wear largely depends on how you drive and the streets you drive on. Those driving through cities, which requires more braking than on the highway, will need new brakes sooner.
There are several warning signs to signal that you need new brakes. One of the most obvious signs is a high-pitched screech or squeal of metal hitting metal. In most brake pad manufacturers, this is a built-in signal that your brakes are worn and need replaced.
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