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A ToyotaCare Plus class action lawsuit alleges the maintenance plans are not the deal and savings that Toyota allegedly claims they are.

According to the lawsuit, ToyotaCare Plus is supposed to cover scheduled services typically paid by vehicle owners at specific mileage intervals.

The class action says an example is a customer who instead of paying for maintenance every 5,000 miles, can pay upfront for a ToyotaCare Plus plan to cover all scheduled maintenance for five years and/or up to 55,000 miles.

But the plaintiff asserts Toyota falsely markets the ToyotaCare Plus plan as "a superior value and lower-cost alternative to paying for each scheduled service individually at the time of service."

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