Will a lift kit void my Toyota warranty?

I have a Toyota Highlander and I love to drive it to the campground when the weather is nice. I’ve been contemplating lifting my SUV to make it more off-road capable, but I’m hesitant because it’s still under warranty.

Mary Cahill · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
It’s true—lift kits are great for off-roading! A lift kit will not void a Toyota warranty, but the parts that are modified will not be covered under warranty if you lift your Toyota vehicle more than two inches.
A lift kit is designed to raise the suspension of your vehicle higher than what’s recommended by the factory that built your Toyota. For this reason, the part of the warranty that covers the suspension’s components will be voided. This should not affect any parts that are related to your Toyota’s powertrain warranty.
If you still want to go ahead with the lift kit, check out what kind of warranty the lift kit brand offers. Most aftermarket part manufacturers will have their own warranty for lift components. If a maintenance issue arises due to the lift kit, you may be protected that way.
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