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Michael of Aldergrove, Other Verified Reviewer
Original review: May 2, 2023
We waited 2 years for a Rav4 Prime and the glorious day finally came. We didn't have a lot of room to negotiate but managed to get a hood deflector thrown in and a tire swap. Sale guy was nice...but a sales guy. After being told that many dealers are jacking up the MRSP due to supply issues, or they are selling at MSRP but charging a fortune for paperwork or a second key...we were then told we only get 1 key? I challenged this and pushed back hard to no avail. I spoke with the manager and he guaranteed me that if we were ever in a bind as we lost the one and only key that we would be taken care of and given a vehicle to use. I asked him if we would put that on the contract...and he would not but insisted on "trusting" him.
He told me to reach out to Toyota Canada to get help and push the matter. They of course just refer me back to the dealership to push the matter and take care of me. So I'm on a merry-go-round and It's now been 4 months with no sign of a second key. We've already had a few less than convenient situations with 1 key and I'm sure we will NEVER get the second key and if we do, I'm sure they'll try to charge me a fortune to program it. Love the Prime, not a Toyota fan anymore and would make a different choice next time.
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Yamen of Belford, NJ Verified Reviewer
Original review: April 27, 2023
I had a horrible experience with this dealership. Biggest mistake that I did not check reviews on them before I went there. They are a ripoff. I leased Toyota Highlander from them, signed the papers and when I came home I realized that numbers did not add up. So I decided to go back to the dealer and because it was already late and they were closed, I went right the day after the first thing in the morning. On my way to the dealership I called Greg ** (the sales consultant who made a deal), and explained him my concerns. I told him that I was coming over. He was very disrespectful and hang up the phone on me.
I went back to the dealer and offered to pay off the car in full just to avoid huge amount that they charged me for no reason. They said that my problem was with Toyota Financial and not with them. I contacted Toyota to pay off the car and realized it was 3800$ payment that I paid upfront that I will lose all these money to get the title. However I’m paying off the car in full not to deal with these people anymore. I would advise everybody to check other Toyota dealers before going there. 48000$ car I end up paying 55000$ 7000$ in taxes and fees.
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LOKESHA KADADANAMARI KRISHNA of Bengaluru, Other Verified Reviewer
Resolution response: May 11, 2023
Finally they have resolved, thank you team Toyota.
Original review: April 5, 2023
I am writing to express my deep disappointment and utter frustration with the way you have handled the delivery of vehicles. It has been over five months since the launch of the vehicle, and yet you have failed to deliver to pre-booked customers like myself. It begs the question, why did you even launch the vehicle if you cannot meet the demand?
I pre-booked the HYCROSS ZX(O) (Pearl white) back in October 2022, and yet I still have not received my vehicle. I booked at Ravindu on Victoria road in Karnataka, which is located near your plant. As a loyal customer and a Kannadiga, it is appalling to see that you are giving preference to other states and influential people over your customers in Karnataka. It is unacceptable that you are delivering vehicles to highly influenced people and politicians while ignoring the needs of loyal customers like myself. As a company, you have failed to uphold your commitment to customer satisfaction, and it is disappointing to see the lack of professionalism in your delivery system.
Furthermore, your booking priorities throughout PAN India are in disarray. It is shameful that customers who booked after me are receiving their vehicles before me, while I am still waiting for mine. It shows a lack of proper management and respect for customers who pre-booked your product. I urge you to take immediate action to address these issues and streamline your delivery process. If you cannot fulfill pre-booked orders on time, then do not take bookings. Your failure to meet the needs of loyal customers like myself will only damage your reputation and credibility in the market. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
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Lydia of Enola, PA Verified Reviewer
Original review: April 4, 2023
I have a 2019 RAV 4 Hybrid. Bought it brand new. The past 6 weeks my passenger back door has been filling with water after it rains. Only that door. If I open the door, move the weather strip, it pours out. No dirt is in the holes. Called corporate to see Eid. They knew why and they state do needed to take it to a dealership to get diagnosed. Made an appt, was told it was almost $200 to do a diagnostic on my car for this. Went there today and the service guy told me, after waiting 25 mins to even be checked in, it’s a “design defect” and I just needed to “deal with it.” He stated that is what he was told by techs. My car was not even looked at and I had to drive 25 mins to get to the dealership as well as take the afternoon off work to get there because they stated I had to come in during the week.
I called corporate back again and let them know what happened. Was told they can’t do anything without the dealership doing a diagnostic on my car and I would need to go back to the dealer to get it looked at. So now, I have to go back. To say they do not care about their customers is an understatement! I am so upset I bought from them. I will not be buying another Toyota again since they do not hold their dealerships accountable and blame things on defects. This is the 2nd time this dealership has stated this to me in a problem I was having with my car. The other one was fixed by another mechanic who had brains. I had to pay for it though even though my car was under warranty. Corporate cannot do anything or won’t do anything to help their customers. Horrible!!
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Robert of Camino, CA Verified Reviewer
Original review: March 17, 2023
We purchased the bZ4X on December 8, 2022, with the idea that Toyota had built a reliable all electric vehicle. We purchased the Limited, which is stated as having a 222 mile range. This is greatly overstated, as we had to charge the vehicle at least six times to drive 613 miles. Charging was another issue, as it would never completely charge even after 95 minutes each time we stopped to charge the vehicle. Toyota’s website states a full charge at home can take 9.5 hours. Based on our expectations, and what Toyota states is the expected range, we were mislead as to its capabilities.
But also based on our apprehensions as to its reliability on staying charged on a road trip, we ended up trading it for a 2023 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid XSE on January 25, 2023, only seven (7) weeks after purchasing the bZ4X. The bZ4X is not a reliable EV. Too much time is spent charging the vehicle, and in cold weather if you run your heater it depletes power extremely fast. It may be an okay commuter car, but for any trips more than 200 miles it is not a good choice. We would like to hear from other Toyota bZ4X owners and hear about their experiences.
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R of Philadelphia, PA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 28, 2022
Toyota has this reputation for great, reliable cars. That may be true but dealing with any issues on a new vehicle is impossible. Nothing is covered. They 100% not on your side. They will actively search out and invent reasons that it isn’t their fault and therefore not covered by warranty. The only reason it exists is to cover their back for recalls. I’m so disappointed in how I was treated as a customer who bought a new car that I actually regret the purchase altogether. I had a serious brake issue that went unresolved until they could “prove” it was my fault. I’m beyond disgusted, not only with the dealership, but the corporate structure that allows customers who spend thousands of dollars on new vehicles and can’t expect a simple issue to be covered under warranty. So yeah, great cars that come with absolutely no regard for their customers.
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Anthony of Wilson, NC Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 11, 2022
Problem! Everything is great until you run into any sort of a problem. If you need the dealership to fix a mistake on their end or on Toyota's end, GOOD LUCK!!! I have a issue with my 2022 Toyota Tacoma. The issue is with the brake pedal. There seems to be zero concern about the issue or my safety! :-( The dealership where the vehicle was purchased is not helping at all (Bob Tyler Toyota, Pensacola, FL), and I am receiving very little help from Toyota! OMG!!! The situation is extremely frustrating. God forbid you run into an issue and need them to back their product. I don't think there is a plan for that in place.
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Jessica of Barnhart, MO Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 10, 2022
I leased a vehicle with this company and bought it with cash. We unfortunately lost the title for the vehicle in the midst of moving. I have spent HOURS on the phone trying to obtain a duplicate title and it has been impossible to obtain. Every phone call yields a 30-45 minute wait (if not longer), and every customer service representative provides different answers to my questions. The registration in my old state is now expired and I still can't obtain a title to register my car where I live because of Toyota's incompetency. I will never lease a vehicle from this company again.
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Benjamin of Bradenton, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 28, 2022
In 2011 I purchased a Toyota Camry from this location. At the time I inquired about the dashboard being sticky and was told by the salesperson that damage had been done to it by previous owners. When I found out recently there was a warranty extension and brought it to Ryan **'s attention general manager of Lakewood Ranch Gettel Toyota he responded this way
1. I wasn't the here at the time of sale.
2. The warranty wasn't in effect at time of sale.
3. Obviously the salesperson lied to you. Do you believe everything is salesperson says? I don't and I am one.
4. You're outside of the warranty extension time period.
5. You know it was fixed that problem a new car come down and let me make you a deal.
6. Give me $1,600 and I'll fix your dash.
7. You should have enrolled in our service program then it would have gotten fixed. If you're not in the program why would I do anything for you.
8. Actually there was an awareness campaign and we were trained to look for this defect.
9. Our service department was reaching out to customers who had this problem potentially in order to get them in to fix it.
10. Our technicians aren't trained to look for cosmetic defects.
11. We don't do warranty upsells not sure how that plays into number 9.
12. When you came in to get your AC replaced my technicians would have had latex on making everything they touch sticky so they wouldn't have noticed a problem when they took your dash off and no one would have done a thorough report.
13. Since you've had it this long why not just keep going with the problem
14 I'll do the install if you buy the dashboard from me
15. Why did it take you so long to bring it up?
16. The only way my technicians can fix a problem like that is if you Google it or research it yourself then come in and mention it that would allow us to fix it under the warranty extension. Otherwise we wouldn't have mentioned it
17. We sent a letter informing you of this (this letter apparently went to the wrong address. I never saw it. When questioned they indeed had the wrong address although their sales department sent hundreds of advertisements to the correct address for purchases of new vehicles). Mr ** stated, "Yeah our sales department is up on all of the current addresses, our warranty department is not."
In 2014 two class action lawsuits were filed against Toyota for melting dashboards. The company apparently was aware all the way back in 2005 that this was an issue. The national highway transportation and safety administration recognize this as an issue with specifically Toyota Camrys. News agencies across the state of Florida did investigative reports on this issue all prior to 2015 which is the time I purchased my vehicle. The warranty extension wasn't effect and appears as though would have been an effect all the way through 2020. Toyota was also admonished for charging customers exorbitant fees to repair the dash when they knew it was a manufacturing defect along with delaying repairing the dashboards due to an inventory shortage according to the lawsuits.
Mr ** appears to be more interested in selling new cars than the safety of his customers as outlined in several class action lawsuits and the national highway transportation and safety administration. If you're in a position like this do not feel as though you have to purchase a new vehicle look at the facts check everything that you're being told. There may be a good possibility that you're able to get this problem fixed free of charge. I will continue to press Ryan ** to abide by the warranty extension program is 160 Point vehicle inspection at time of sale Southeast Toyota's guidelines for financing a vehicle informing on social media and consumer websites as well as regulatory agencies that would have oversight over this kind of behavior.
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Ginny of Temecula, CA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 4, 2022
We accidentally stopped automatic payment half year before. Now we call and mail form to Toyota Financial Services, unfortunately, almost 6 months we called and sent forms to them, but it still doesn’t work. We are exhausted to contact them less three times every month. Why so difficult to set up an auto pay?
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Toyotas are generally considered to be highly reliable vehicles. They often top lists of most reliable cars, are said to last longer than nearly any other brand, and rarely break down. If you're looking for reliability, Toyota is hard to beat.Who makes Toyota's motors? ›
Toyota Motor Corporation, Japanese Toyota Jidōsha KK, Japanese parent company of the Toyota Group.Does Toyota have a good reputation? ›
Toyota cars have a much-deserved reputation for reliability. They typically have minimal mechanical problems and last for many miles and years. It's not unusual to find Toyota vehicles that are still on the road after 20 years with over 200,000 miles on the odometer.How do I contact Toyota customer service? › Which model of Toyota is the most reliable? ›
The Toyota Corolla is a top-selling car thanks to its legendary reputation of being one of the most reliable vehicles in the world.Are Hondas better than Toyotas? ›
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Engine producer, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Alabama (TMMAL), employs more than 1,900 team members and builds more than 3,000 engines each day. Producing one-third of Toyota's engines in the U.S. at its 1.3 million-square-foot facility, TMMAL is the only plant to build four-cylinder, V-6 and twin-turbo under one roof.Which Toyotas are made in China? ›
- Tianjin – Allion, Alphard, Avalon, Corolla, Corolla Cross, IZOA, Vios XP150, Harrier.
- Sichuan – Coaster, Land Cruiser Prado.
- Changchun – RAV4.
Maintenance on a Toyota is affordable compared to the industry average. Toyota owners pay $441 per year according to RepairPal, while the industry average is $652 per year.How is Toyota ranked? ›
Toyota ranks 4th for the second year in the row and continues to be the only automotive manufacturer ranked in the Top 10.
One of the biggest reasons why Toyota cars are so reliable is due to their TQM. TQM stands for total quality management which means that during the stages of production, they will monitor every step and confirm that the quality is of a certain standard.Is Toyota maintenance plan worth it? ›
ToyotaCare Plus is worth it in many cases. If you plan on having your recommended services done on schedule, you could save money with the plan. It's also a good choice for people who want peace of mind and predictability around their car maintenance costs.Can you buy Toyota extended warranty after purchase? ›
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Every Toyota vehicle is supported by a 36-month/36,000-mile limited warranty coverage. But it doesn't stop there. 36 months/36,000 miles (all components other than normal wear and maintenance items).What is the best year to buy a Toyota? ›
2003 – 2008 Toyota Corolla – For the best value and reliability, these years received highly favorable Consumer Reports ratings. 2009 – 2013 Toyota Corolla – You'll find improved powertrains and plenty of safety features in these years.Which Toyota is best to buy used? ›
- Corolla - is regularly one of America's best-selling car models. It is known to run forever, and the cost of ownership is quite low.
- 4Runner - this powerhouse SUV also remains popular among used cars in Colorado. ...
- Tacoma - one of the best used Toyota cars is actually a truck.
Topping that list is the Toyota Sequoia, which has a potential lifespan of 296,509 miles, according to a new study from iSeeCars.com. The automotive research website analyzed more than 2 million cars to determine which last longest and found that 20 models are able to endure for more than 200,000 miles.Why do people prefer Toyota over Honda? ›
Technically both, but they focus on different things. If you're looking for a reliable vehicle that will last you a long time, go for Toyota. If you're looking for a ride that puts its cargo space and road handling first and foremost, aim for the Honda. Either way, you'll find great car models from which to choose.Which car last the longest? ›
- Toyota. Toyota Sequoia. Potential lifespan: 296,509 miles. ...
- Toyota. Toyota Land Cruiser. ...
- Chevrolet. Chevrolet Suburban. ...
- Toyota. Toyota Tundra. ...
- GMC. GMC Yukon XL. ...
- Toyota. Toyota Prius. ...
- Chevrolet. Chevrolet Tahoe. ...
- Honda. Honda Ridgeline.
In fact, Toyota reliability ranks among the highest among automotive brands. How long do Toyotas last? The average lifespan for a Toyota vehicle is 200,000-250,000 miles. With proper care and maintenance, some Toyota models can last as long as 500,000 miles.
Toyota VINs starting with "1", "4", or "5" represent vehicles assembled in the United States, VINs beginning with "2" indicate vehicles assembled in Canada, and vehicles with VINs beginning with "3" were assembled in Mexico. Vehicles with VINs that start with "J" were produced in Japan.Are Toyotas still made in Japan? ›
Although Toyota has production facilities worldwide, most of its cars are still made at home. The models made in Japan are the Corolla, RAV4, Camry, Prius, and Yaris. Japan is still the world's largest exporter of Toyota vehicles.Is Toyota more American made than GM? ›
Toyota tops the list as the Most American Made Car.Which Toyota is made in Mexico? ›
The facility currently produces the Toyota Tacoma for the North American market. The plant has the capacity to produce 100,000 vehicles per year and employs 1,764 people.Who owns Toyota now? › What is Toyota in China called? ›
Company established as Tianjin Toyota Motor Co., Ltd.What Toyotas are made in Texas? ›
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2022: State of Car Sales in America
The Toyota Camry is the only car that ranks in the top 10 most sold vehicles of 2022.
Quality and Reliability: Toyota vehicles are known for being reliable, safe, and affordable. This helps them retain their value over time as they stay on the road longer than cars from other manufacturers.Are Toyotas more expensive to insure? ›
The average cost of full-coverage car insurance for a 2022 Toyota vehicle is $1,964 per year or $164 per month. This is about 14% higher than the national average of $1,730 per year or $144 per month. These averages are based on a 35-year-old married driver with a clean driving history and good credit score.
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It's a company that relies on its customers coming back time and time again, which is why it boasts such a large range of long-running models: for example, the Toyota Corolla has been in production for an incredible 54 years and the company would not have kept the nameplate going unless it had built up incredible trust ...What do people think of Toyota as a brand? ›
According to Consumer Reports, Toyota builds solid, efficient, and reliable vehicles, The majority of their models do well in consumer testing due to their refined powertrains, good fuel economy, comfortable rides, quiet cabins, and intuitive controls.Which Toyota engine is most reliable? ›
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Per MotorBiscuit.com, the average Toyota SUV should last over 200,000 miles with proper maintenance. That means that you can buy a used SUV with 100,000 miles on it, and still enjoy another 100,000 miles of reliable performance. The higher the mileage, the lower the price of the SUV tends to be.How often do Toyotas need to be serviced? ›
In most cases, Toyota recommends that Toyota owners schedule a service appointment every six months or 5000 miles, whichever comes first. The maintenance performed during each service appointment varies by vehicle model and year, driving conditions and other factors that our trained technicians evaluate.How often do you need to change your oil? ›
Despite today's remarkable advances in oil chemistry and engine technology, replacing oil every 4,500 kilometers (3,000 miles) is still considered necessary. In fact, most carmakers state in their service manuals the interval should be either 11,000 or 15,000 kilometers (7,500 or 10,000 miles).Does Toyota have 2 years free maintenance? ›
Every new Toyota comes with ToyotaCare, * a no cost maintenance plan that covers normal factory scheduled maintenance with the purchase or lease of every new Toyota for 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first.What is the average cost of a Toyota extended warranty? ›
Toyota extended warranty costs range from $1,000 to $2,500 for the most robust coverage available. Based on customer reports online, drivers choosing the Platinum protection plan, the most comprehensive Toyota extended warranty, can expect to pay anywhere from $1,500 to $2,500 for eight years of coverage.
7-year/100,000-mile Limited Powertrain Warranty
Covers major engine, transmission components and all internally lubricated parts. Offers travel protection that includes lodging and meal reimbursement when more than 150 miles from home.
The cost of adding an extended car warranty is negotiable, even if it's directly offered by a vehicle manufacturer. It's worth asking for a discount or even to cross-shop different warranty vendors. Like new car warranties, extensions don't cover maintenance and wear items.Is the Toyota 10 year warranty worth it? ›
Conclusion. For most drivers, it makes sense to purchase a Toyota extended warranty. The manufacturer will cover you for up to 10 years/125,000 miles and provide perks like roadside assistance. Third-party providers like Endurance and CARCHEX offer similar levels of coverage and service for an affordable price.Is a Toyota Certified warranty worth it? ›
The Toyota Certified Used Vehicle (TCUV) program is a good option for drivers looking to save on the price of their next car. These vehicles are extensively tested before sale and are backed by two Toyota certified pre-owned warranty plans that guarantee they'll run reliably for your first few years of ownership.Does Toyota have a 200000 mile warranty? ›
With the 20 years/200,000 mile limited powertrain warranty, you are covered. Since most people keep their vehicle for less 20 years -- that means coverage for lifetime ownership of your new Toyota. And 200,000 miles is like driving around the world 8 times!Do Toyota cars last long? ›
In fact, Toyota reliability ranks among the highest among automotive brands. How long do Toyotas last? The average lifespan for a Toyota vehicle is 200,000-250,000 miles. With proper care and maintenance, some Toyota models can last as long as 500,000 miles.What is the most reliable car brand? ›
What is the most dependable car brand? Here are the brand rankings based on the number of problems per 100 vehicles, according to J.D. Power's 2023 U.S. vehicle dependability study. The industry average is 186. The highest-ranking premium brand was Lexus, and Kia was the highest-ranking mass market brand.Are Toyota expensive to maintain? ›
Maintenance on a Toyota is affordable compared to the industry average. Toyota owners pay $441 per year according to RepairPal, while the industry average is $652 per year.How long do Toyota transmissions last? ›
Transmission lifespans are determined on a case-by-case basis, and are the result of different contributing factors. Some transmissions can last just over 10,000 miles, while others will last over 200,000 miles.Can a Toyota last 300000 miles? ›
Toyota Sequoia can hit almost 300,000 miles. The Toyota Sequoia topped the chart with 296,509 miles of what the study calls, “potential lifespan.” The Toyota Land Cruiser was second at 280,236 miles, and the Chevrolet Suburban podiumed at 265,732 miles of potential.
Topping that list is the Toyota Sequoia, which has a potential lifespan of 296,509 miles, according to a new study from iSeeCars.com.What is the number 1 most reliable car? ›
According to this trusted organization, the most reliable cars for 2021 are from brands such as Audi, Buick, Hyundai, and Toyota. The Consumer Reports study is based on surveying more than 400,000 people who own current-generation vehicles made within the last three years.What is the #1 best car brand? ›
Consumer Reports released its list of the top car brands for 2023 on Thursday. Taking the top five spots, in order, are BMW, Subaru, Mini, Lexus, and Honda. Taking the bottom five spots are Mitsubishi, Alfa Romeo, Jaguar, Jeep, and Land Rover, with Land Rover at the very bottom.Can Toyotas last 500000 miles? ›
Yes, Toyota's are known for their reliability. Toyotas have an average lifespan of 200,000-250,000 miles. If you make sure to keep your car with proper care and maintenance, Toyotas can be driven over 500,000 miles.Which Toyota is the cheapest to maintain? ›
The site reported the Prius, Yaris, Corolla, Prius Prime, Camry, and Avalon were the Nos. 1-6 least-expensive models to maintain over 10 years, with the Honda Fit taking No.Why are Toyotas so much more reliable? ›
A reputation of reliability has been earned by Toyota vehicles due to their consistent ability to withstand the test of time. Due to the low frequency of breakdowns experienced by Toyota vehicles, you can expect to spend less on the vehicle at the end of its lifecycle.Is 200 000 miles on a Toyota bad? ›
Vehicles such as Honda, Toyota, GMC, Ford, and Chevy are known to hold on to their value and to run well past the 200,000-mile mark. Get your credit score now! Get a copy of your most recent credit report too. Protect your vehicle and you could save hundreds or thousands on auto repairs.What is a lot of miles on a Toyota? ›
Although exact mileage for a vehicle varies based on the model and the care you treat it with, Toyotas regularly last for over 200,000 or even 250,000 miles. With longevity like that, it's no wonder so many shoppers choose a Toyota for their next vehicle.Can a car last 500 000 miles? ›
Depending on how well you treat your car, you could potentially reach over 500,000 miles. In fact, there's a driver whose car reached even more than that. Check out this short video to take a look!