Toyota has launched a new service vehicle program that will allow owners to order an automated vehicle that can be serviced by a Toyota service provider.
The Toyota Auto Service Vehicle program is part of Toyota’s drive to expand its service fleet.
The company launched the Toyota Auto Services (TSVs) program in February, and is expanding it with new vehicles and services.
The company has added more than 1,300 TSVs in total.
The TSVs program offers service and repair services to customers with limited budgets and service costs that are similar to the cost of buying a new vehicle.
The program is similar to what Toyota offers with its self-driving cars, which can be ordered online, in the dealership or through the service center.
A vehicle can be customized with a customized exterior and interior and even has a driver and passenger seat.
“Customized cars and other products designed for use by our customers will be available in the TSVs vehicle portfolio as they become available,” said Scott Poynter, chief operating officer, Toyota.
“TSVs are a proven model for service vehicle sales.”
Toyota announced in August that it had added more vehicles to its service vehicle portfolio, adding more than 2,100 vehicles to the TSV fleet since February 2017.
That included about 700 TSVs and some 200 vehicles with fully autonomous capabilities.
The TSVs service vehicles can be purchased online through Toyota’s website, in dealer lots, or at the dealership.
The cost ranges from $35,000 for a standard TSV to $50,000 to $70,000, depending on the model.
Toyota is launching the TSVS program with a variety of models, including the Lexus ES 200, the Lexia ES 400, the Infiniti QX60, the Scion xB, the Toyota Yaris, and the Toyota Corolla.
Toyota has also launched an online service center, Toyota Online Service Center, that will be accessible at participating Toyota dealerships beginning in April.
Customers who sign up for the TSVL service can choose from a variety, including a standard sedan, crossover, compact sedan, midsize crossover, and SUV, as well as a fully autonomous model that is available to anyone who wants to order.
The service vehicles are available at Toyota’s Toyota Service Center in suburban and rural areas.
The dealership is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 7 a.pm. on Saturday and Sunday.
For more information on the TSVD program, visit www.tsvm.com.