2007 Toyota Camry SE 2.4L from North America
Toyota is overrated don't buy a Camry
1-Plastic rattle (squeak) in the center console
2-Plastic rattle on the A pillar (cracking)
3-Plastic rattles coming from the dash
4-CD player replaced
5-Rattle from the trunk (the spare tire was touching the tool used for tightening bolts
6-Cannot program the door opener (dealer tried it does work) I replace my garage door opener, but dealer cannot program it!!!
7-Noise from the heating control button (it cracks every time the hot water comes in the ventilation chamber) dealer cannot fix it still waiting for a bulletin from Toyota
8-Oil consumption, the motor uses 1.5 L of oil every 8000KM. Dealer find it NORMAL!!!
9-Light alignment has to be fixed (was not align from the shop)
10-Rattles from the sun visor (right and left)
11-Poor compatibility with my I-Pod I must turn the volume of the I-Pod and the radio to the maximum, dealer does know what to do.
12-Car noisy on cement road
13-The passenger bucket seat is shaking and make noise on rough roads
14-Toyota Dealer charging extra maintenance saying it's Toyota recommendation which is not true because other Dealers are not charging those extras.
Where is the Toyota quality?
Toyota is really overrated to my point of view!
Are you aware that Toyota has never send me any car survey since I have the car for 18 months!
Are you aware that my Toyota Dealer does not indicate all the troubles on the work sheet is it to get better initial quality survey?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 6th December, 2007
28th Mar 2008, 21:23
Welcome to the Wonderful World of Toyota. You should have read the reviews on this site before buying one of the worst rated cars on the site. I can only suggest that you try to unload this lemon before it bankrupts you. Virtually ALL automotive sources are currently bemoaning Toyota's precipitous drop in quality. With the news of worsening reliability you'll find your resale dropping like a rock. I'd unload it as quickly as possible for as low a loss as possible and look into something solid and reliable, such as the Ford Fusion or Chevy Malibu.
Another option would be a used 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix. They were discontinued in 2008, but were top-rated in their market segment (which included the Toyota Avalon) by J.D. Powers. You can get a GM certified used one at an incredible price with a 5-year warranty.