I purchased a 2010 new model less that 2 years ago. Now at only 32,200 miles the brakes are gone on my car. When I called the dealership I was was informed that some New vehicles are being sold with brake live span of 15,000. This is seriously the reason Toyota is having horrid experiences with this vehicles and after the recall incident you would think that they would sell more "reliable" parts on their vehicles. I am so mad that I have dish out $$ on a 32,2000 mile car, that I will be seeking to trade this vehicle, recommend to ALL those who listen to NEVER purchase a Toyota vehicle.
I regret ever purchasing a Toyota and will NEVER purchase another.
Dude... Breaks are regular maintenance and wear out according to how the driver uses them. Its like 50 bucks to replace them. Giving every section a 1 star based on your bad breaking habits is idiotic.
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