Warranty isn't worth the paper wrote w/
By Chelle on
2008 Toyota Camry LE 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5M)
My 2008 Camry has been consuming oil it a serious extent, took to dealership they tear down my motor, tell me to bring receipts of oil changes to turn in on the extended warranty. Did that from the body shop it was changed in. Now the dealership doesn't want to fix the car and didn't even turn in my receipts for the warranty to cover the damage to the car. Carbon build up apparently means lack of oil change to them but to everyone who knows better its a common build up form low grade fuel, or rich air/fuel mixture. Watch your car and your dealership, they are border line criminals they way they try to justify making there money they are a joke and will go to court and be made to fix car!
didn't research cars before i bought one. bought a Toyota on hearing "you can't beat a Toyota" from everyone. they were wrong since day one leaving the lot had problems, cd player tore up first day, oil consumption for no reason, not a very good car, poor dealership
inspect the cars better when you send them down the line and before it makes it way to a dealership for someone to sink a lot of money into a bucket of bolts. the warranties aren't worth the paper or ink it took to print it! would not suggest Toyota to anyone for a good car