The car is mostly used for outstation trips and has completed around 7,000 km since the last service.
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Gave the Crysta for what I thought was the 95k service but turned out to be 90k service.
After the accident, the car has been running reasonably well. Comfortable. And no major issues.
Going in, I felt the following needed looking at:
- Mild steering vibration at 110+ km/h. Expected as the TPMS sensor was changed
- I felt idling was slightly high
No other major issues.
The car has been going on multiple outstation trips. I would say about 65% outstation & the rest city. It has run about 7k KM after the last service.
The SensAiry sensor in the FR tyre gave up the ghost; decided to cannibalize the spare sensor instead of plumping for a new sensor at 1500. My opinions on the SensAiry, here.
Service Done (Nothing major):
- Engine oil replacement
- Air Filter replacement
- 5 wheel WB
- 4 Wheel Rotation
- Wheel Alignment
FR mudflap broke off. Toyota wanted ₹ 3,800 for a set of 4; Apparently, they won’t replace just one. Quietly ordered a full set for ₹700 on Amazon.
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