What do they do?
Cabin Air Filters capture unwanted particles such as pollen, dust and other pollutants before they enter your vehicle’s compartment.
The benefit is cleaner, fresher air.
Why are they important?
A vehicle’s cabin can contain high concentrations of dust, pollen and other unwelcome air particles which can potentially affect the comfort and health of vehicle occupants and aggravate allergies.
When to replace?
Replace every 12 months or 16,000 kilometres.
Over time filters become clogged which reduces air flow from you air conditioner and heater.
Driving in heavy traffic, urban or dusty environments or on dirt roads may shorten the filter’s life.
1. Pollen Filter:
Standard filter designed to capture particles including pollen, dust and other allergens.
2. Electrostatic Filter:
Functioning much like a Pollen Filter. It also holds a static charge that captures smaller particles like brake and tire dust.
3. Charcoal Filter:
Made from the same high quality filter material as the Toyota Genuine Cabin Air Filter, the charcoal filter adds a layer of activated charcoal to absorb and remove odours.