Toyota on the Trail|5210 Calgary Trail NW, Edmonton

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Our technicians are certified and trained by Toyota and have an in-depth understanding of your vehicle. They make sure your Toyota operates at peak performance. Book your complimentary service loaner today. Use the Go Auto App to save 10% on every service (excludes prepaid maintenance packages).

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Why you should service with Toyota on the Trail

Toyota on the Trail is the number one Toyota Service Centre in South-Central Edmonton, serving the city and beyond. We use only genuine Toyota parts, and our certified technicians are trained by Toyota Canada. Your service advisor is ready for all your servicing needs—whether they're minor or major.

10% savings on parts & service

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Loaner vehicles

When you schedule your service, don't forget to mention that you require a loaner vehicle, as we provide them free of charge while your own vehicle is being serviced.

Don't pay for 12 months

At Toyota on the Trail and most Go Auto dealerships, we understand that unexpected vehicle repairs can be a burden. That's why we offer the option to defer payments for up to 12 months for service and parts, if you're not financially prepared at the moment. This offer is subject to approved credit.

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Genuine parts

To ensure the longevity and reliability of your vehicle, we highly recommend using authentic Toyota parts. Aftermarket or used parts may deteriorate rapidly and potentially cause harm to your vehicle. At our dealership, you can order directly from us, with access to a wide range of parts from economy to luxury, all backed by our factory-trained and certified technicians.

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Details make the difference.

At Toyota on the Trail, our factory-trained, certified technicians understand every aspect of Toyotas. We make sure your vehicle is performing at its optimum level. 

Service Hours:

Mon-Fri: 7:30am - 5:30pm

Sat: 8:00am - 4:00pm

Sunday: Closed


Phone: (780) 702-8888


Toyota on the Trail service menu

Come experience our state-of-the-art service center, where our factory-trained technicians use genuine Toyota parts to service your vehicle. We proudly service all makes and models of vehicles, offering everything from routine oil and filter changes to more extensive repair jobs, such as brake and transmission work.

At Toyota on the Trail, we offer a variety of services in our service department, including but not limited to:

  • Oil and filter changes
  • Tire rotations and replacements
  • Brake inspections and replacements
  • Transmission flushes and replacements
  • Engine tune-ups
  • Air conditioning repairs and recharges
  • Electrical system diagnostics and repairs
  • And much more

Trust us to keep your vehicle running smoothly and efficiently with our comprehensive servicing options.

Engine air filters

Regularly replacing your engine air filter is a simple and effective way to enhance fuel economy and extend the lifespan of your engine.

Timing belts

A cracked or worn timing belt can fail without warning, causing major engine damage and a hefty repair bill. That's why it's important to keep tabs on your vehicle's maintenance schedule and replace your old belt with a new Genuine Toyota timing belt.

Cabin air filters

Over time, cabin air filters can become dirty, reducing the air quality inside your vehicle. Regularly replacing your cabin air filters can also enhance the efficiency of your car's heating and cooling systems.


Mufflers are designed to minimize the noise produced by the exhaust of an internal combustion engine. If you've recently noticed that your vehicle's exhaust seems louder than usual, it may be an indication that your muffler needs to be replaced.

Life-long coolant

With Alberta's extreme winter temperatures, it's critical to have your coolant checked regularly. Although the name may be misleading, coolant doesn't just cool your engine. It helps to regulate temperatures, whether you're driving through the hottest summer days or the coldest winter nights.

Genuine re-manufactured parts

At Toyota, we are committed to producing high-quality parts, whether they are brand new or remanufactured. We uphold stringent quality standards to ensure that our remanufactured products offer not only a cost-effective option but also a dependable alternative to new parts.

Spark plugs

In gas-powered vehicles, spark plugs are responsible for providing the spark that ignites the air/fuel mixture, creating a controlled explosion that powers the engine (thus the name "combustion" engine). Despite their small size, spark plugs play a crucial role in ensuring optimal function and performance of your vehicle.

Wiper blades

Windshield wipers aren't meant to streak, chatter, smear, or squeak. If you've noticed any of these signs of wear, visit Toyota on the Trail to get set up with blades that are built to last.

Motor oil

At Toyota on the Trail, we prioritize the use of high-quality, genuine Toyota Motor Oil during oil changes to ensure that your Toyota operates at its peak efficiency and power.

Cleaning & detailing products

At Toyota on the Trail, we offer a range of cleaning and detailing services to meet all your vehicle's needs, from hand washing the exterior to a thorough interior cleaning, and even engine compartment degreasing. Whatever your requirements may be, we have the expertise and resources to ensure that your Toyota leaves our dealership looking and feeling like new.

Oil filters

At Toyota on the Trail, we use only genuine Toyota oil filters, which are designed to provide optimal protection for your engine against dirt and other contaminants that can cause internal wear. Our filters also allow for adequate oil flow to internal engine components, ensuring that your Toyota operates at its best.

Brake service

Your braking system is crucial to your safety on the road, and when it comes to something as important as brakes, you want to ensure that you can trust the service you receive. At Toyota on the Trail, we offer expert brake servicing to help keep you and your vehicle safe. Our trained technicians will perform a thorough inspection of your brake system and provide any necessary repairs or replacements using high-quality genuine Toyota parts.

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Frequently asked questions

How do I know what service my Toyota needs?

Find full details about your vehicle's service and maintenance You can check your maintenance schedule at Toyota on the Trail, in your owner's manual, or at Toyota Canada here: Maintenance Schedule - Toyota Canada.

What is Toyota's schedule maintenance?

The recommended maintenance schedule for your Toyota vehicle depends on various factors, including the model, kilometres driven, and driving conditions. For instance, if you frequently drive in stop-and-go traffic, you may need more frequent oil changes. In general, Toyota gas and hybrid models require an oil and filter change every 8,000 km. However, other parts of the vehicle may need servicing, inspection or replacement at different intervals. It's always best to check with us for your specific maintenance needs.

What do the Toyota Oil Warning Light and Oil Change Reminder mean?

The oil change reminder light in your Toyota is designed to alert you when it is time for a routine oil change, based on your driving habits and conditions. However, the oil warning light is an indicator of a more serious issue with your engine's oil pressure. If the oil pressure drops too low, it can cause significant damage to your engine. It is important to address this issue immediately by stopping your vehicle and turning off the engine. Then, have your vehicle towed to an authorized service center for diagnosis and repair.

Are low oil pressure and low oil level the same thing?

Low oil pressure and low oil level are not interchangeable terms. Low oil pressure occurs when the oil pressure in the engine drops below the recommended range and can be caused by a failing oil pump, clogged oil filter, or oil system leaks. This can lead to insufficient lubrication of the engine, resulting in damage to internal components. It is essential to turn off the engine immediately and have the problem fixed if this happens. In contrast, low oil level refers to the amount of oil in the engine being below the recommended level and can result from leaks, improper maintenance, or oil consumption over time. Inadequate oil levels can cause excessive wear and damage over time. While both low oil pressure and low oil level can lead to engine damage, they require different solutions. Therefore, it is essential to regularly check both oil level and pressure and address any issues promptly to avoid further damage.

How long can a Toyota go without a service?

While there is no specific time limit for how long a Toyota or any other vehicle can go without a service in Canada, it is highly recommended to perform routine maintenance and inspections regularly. This helps ensure optimal performance, safety, and longevity of the vehicle. The intervals for specific services may vary based on factors like the make and model of the vehicle, driving conditions, and owner's driving habits.

It is generally advisable to follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule, which can typically be found in the owner's manual or obtained from an authorized Toyota service center. This schedule may include tasks such as oil changes, tire rotations, brake inspections, and fluid checks/replacements at specific mileage or time intervals. Neglecting to follow the recommended maintenance schedule may result in increased wear and tear, reduced fuel efficiency, and even safety hazards. Therefore, it is important to prioritize regular servicing of your Toyota vehicle to ensure its smooth operation and to avoid costly repairs in the future.

How often should a Toyota get an oil change?

Your Toyota's oil and filter should be changed approximately every 8,000 kilometers.

Does Toyota recommend full synthetic oil?

Toyota advises the use of synthetic oil for all their vehicles, and in certain model years, it is mandatory. To know the recommended oil for your Toyota model, kindly refer to your owner's manual or get in touch with us for accurate information.

What happens if you keep driving with no oil change?

Not changing the oil in your vehicle for an extended period of time can lead to severe damage to the engine, which may even result in complete engine failure. When the oil in the engine becomes contaminated with dirt, debris, and other impurities, it breaks down over time and turns into sludge, which is thick and viscous. This sludge can no longer properly lubricate the engine or remove heat from it, leading to overheating and damage to internal components, such as bearings, pistons, and camshaft.

In the worst-case scenario, the engine may seize up completely, leaving you with a vehicle that cannot operate and requiring an expensive engine replacement or the purchase of a new vehicle. To prevent such catastrophic events from happening, it is essential to adhere to the manufacturer's recommended oil change intervals and have your oil changed regularly, which is typically every 5,000 to 10,000 kilometers, depending on your driving habits and conditions. By performing regular oil changes, you can help ensure the longevity and proper functioning of your engine while preventing costly repairs in the future.

Does it matter if your Toyota service is late?

Regular maintenance is crucial for the optimal performance of your Toyota. The manufacturer's recommended service schedule is carefully crafted to ensure that all essential systems and components in your vehicle are inspected and maintained at regular intervals. Failure to adhere to this schedule can result in various issues, including reduced fuel efficiency, increased wear and tear, and safety hazards.

For instance, skipping an oil change can lead to dirty and contaminated oil, which can cause poor engine performance and even severe engine damage. If your Toyota is under warranty, neglecting the recommended service schedule may void your warranty coverage, leaving you responsible for any costly repairs or replacements.

Therefore, it is essential to prioritize routine maintenance and stick to the recommended service schedule to keep your Toyota running smoothly and avoid any potential safety hazards or unnecessary expenses. If you have missed a scheduled service appointment, it is recommended to book one as soon as possible to ensure that any potential problems are addressed promptly.