I expected a more reliable vehicle, but have experienced the following problems. Turns out the Factory rep never drove the car aftyer the repair attempts and actually filed a false report. Like the F-150, the 6 speed offers better performance and beter fuel economy. We had been seriously amazed at 4-tube guide and V6 auto models, not simply with the all-around packing, but in addition to the very clear differences between the various models, each inside of and below. This pleasurable driving, and we look forward booklet is designed to help.
Alignment - the Camry has a difficult time staying in alignment. To begin with I was sold a Zynon treatment to prevent chipping and such which does not work. Keep in mind the steering is fly-by-wire. I can't stand to drive it! All cars do that to some degree but this is ridiculous and downright hazardous. When I was called to pick the vehicle up I was told the factory rep drove the car exstensivly his official report showed everything was now fine. I test drove a 2010 Camry Base Model with a 6 speed manual transmission.
Go to quickly pulled low on support some cold blue sweeper who have high-tech digital display them. Some minor design changes for the 2010 Camry continues to distinguish the car from its predecessor a more traditional style. It is for marketing reasons rather than function. The drivers seat is terribly uncomfortable after just a short drive. Also when was the last time you had to fix a manual transmission? When stepping off the gas pedal and depressing ths clutch, the motor does not decelerate. Upon having my first alignment performed at the dealer after one week of ownership, they dealer confirmed that Camry in general have a problem pulling to the left.
Then it is mildly better, but still not good. Only needs oil changes every 10,000 miles per Toyota. The sound system is great!. The result is I have to have an alignment every 10k miles. The head Mechanic at Thousand Oaks Toyota stated to me that Toyota is fully aware of these problems but are not going to issue a recall.
This was reported to me by the mechanic that had been working on the car and turns out he was the one that completed the report that was to be done by Toyotas Factory expert. The cabin of the Camry remained largely unchanged for 2010, with the exception being the gauges. But the 08 has a 4 speed auto and the 09 has a 6 speed auto. Its cabin is attractive, practical and highly processed, while its styling is aerodynamic and shows energy. After continually throwing a fit the dealer finally decided to fix it. I also tried to get rid of it and asked for a quote on another car and was completely ignored and have yet to get that quote.
I had an '88 Chevy Corsica with a 3-speed auto. I just took it for a spin around the park and it seemed to do alright. I have to periodically cock my head to one side to read the gauges. You can't see the front end either so parking is a big problem. I have never purchased a new vehicle and had to change the rear brakes before the front brakes - and for such an aggravating reason. If you are smart you will stay away from it, no interest sounds good but this is one deal that was to good to be true.
Having owned several vehicles, I have never replace struts so early. The first gear is too low and could be combined with second with a small adjustment downward for third. He went on to say he has been to mandatory meetings with Toyota and was informed of these and other issues. The way it hits the back of my head, it prevents me from sitting back comfortably in the seat. The addition of extra equipment also allows for fuel savings better with 2010 Camry rating of 22 mpg city, 32 mpg highway for an average of 26 mpg with the automatic transmission. We also dealer or owner scheduling conflicts.
This vehicle has had both left and front axels replaced along with a new transmission. Would like: more adjustable seats and keyless entry. I had a 1995 Toyota Camry for 14 years and loved every minute of it. A brochure about the may be changed without notice. If your vehicle is inoperable or unsafe to Territories and Canada drive and there is no Toyota dealership reasonably available to make repairs, you To obtain warranty service in the United may perform the repairs yourself or have States, U.
If we fail to do so, we will repair your vehicle free of charge. If your claim is denied, Toyota will notify you in writing of the reason within the same period. Oil consumption - I am starting to notice oil consumption now. On a side note you can get an 8 speed automatic on some Lexus models now. Rear brakes - The rear brake pads outsides only had to be replaced at just over 40k miles. It's just the reliability items that will make me get rid of this vehicle sooner than I had expected. The steering wheel vibrates back and forth and does not feel safe.