NEW YORK (WKOW) -- Toyota is offering its return customers two years of free maintenance.
The move is designed to retain the loyalty from customers in light of recent safety struggles.
The carmaker is struggling with a series of recalls and other questions about the safety of its most popular cars.
Toyota says it will offer the maintenance deal to Toyota buyers who already have a Toyota, Lexus or Scion in their household.
In addition, Toyota is also offering zero-percent financing and leasing offers covering about 80 percent of its lineup. The goal is to reverse falling sales, which slipped 9 percent in February.
Toyota has recalled more than 8.5 million vehicles worldwide and suspended sales of eight of its top-selling models starting in late January over safety concerns.
Congressional committees recently called on Toyota's Japanese chief executive to testify.