We don’t just do Toyota Repairs, many of our employees own them!
Bill Bender, Independent Motors’ owner, is a fan of Toyota cars and vehicles. As Bill will tell you, “other than the fact that they build great vehicles, I like Toyota because they really stand behind their product.”
In fact, we like the Toyota brand so much that many of our employees own and drive them, including Bill, the proud owner of a Toyota Prius.
Looking for Toyota repair, service or maintenance near you? You’re in the right place. We repair Toyotas from 1996 to new vehicles, including:
Toyota Cars, Vans & Minivans
Toyota Crossovers & SUVs
To better serve the needs of our Boulder area customers, we’ve developed expert skills at maintaining the safety, mechanics, performance and durability of the entire line of Toyota vehicles. Here’s more to ease your mind:
Every Toyota has its own personality, strengths and weaknesses. Over the years we’ve become experts at identifying and making some of the most common repairs for the full line of Toyota automobiles. Read on to learn more.
TOYOTA REPAIRS & COSTS: Repairs can be costly, especially if the issue requires us to work on the timing belt and clutch. Most noteworthy is that we help reduce repair costs by prioritizing important repairs that need immediate attention versus those that can wait. We source the best parts for your money and provide the best technicians to work on your vehicle. That’s what makes our prices very competitive. All of our technicians treat each vehicle as if it were there very own, and that’s what makes us stand out from the competition.
TOYOTA PARTS: We use Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts only if they are cost-efficient. And we will source equally durable aftermarket parts if need be.
Owning a vehicle is a major investment for most people and when it comes to repairing them you can count on us. So with maintenance, you want to be extra sure your Toyota goes into a reputable, knowledgeable and reliable auto repair shop. Independent Motors is backed by many years of experience and has specialized expertise to answer the most frequently asked questions about your Toyota. Read on to learn more.
A: Every 3,000 miles for conventional or 5,000 miles for synthetic, keeping a close eye on oil level between changes.
A: Modern day brake rotors tend to warp, sometimes even before the brake pads wear out. Depending on how bad they warp they may require replacing. It is advisable to replace the brake rotors and pads at the same time. If you experience any of these symptoms call us to schedule a brake inspection. We will inspect all your brakes and let you know what condition they’re in and if they need to be replaced, or if it can wait.
A: Typically the fresh air intake vents for your cabin are located directly behind the hood covering in the engine compartment. When oil leaks in the engine compartment the odor is sucked into the vents and blown inside the passenger cabin. When you smell anything unusual inside your vehicle it generally means there is a leak somewhere. Leaking valve cover gaskets are common in Toyotas and can give off an oil burning smell inside your vehicle.
Need a Toyota mechanic to give it the care & service it needs? There’s only one number to call in Boulder, CO!
Call Independent Motors today: 303.449.8949
Toyota repair for Boulder County, Longmont, Louisville, Lafayette, Erie, Niwot and Nederland, Colorado.