I have been a loyal Toyota customer since I'd first started driving. Therefore, I have bought many Toyota vehicles for personal use and work. I'd just gotten a new Sienna. We have not driven more than 3000 miles before we realized that the car shakes while we went down the hill and try to apply the brake. I took it to the dealer and was told that the brake rotor has overheated because this car is heavier, and IT IS NOT A GUARANTEE ITEM. I was so disappointed because this is a brand new car, and I was told that there is nothing they could do because it's Wear and Tear. Wear & Tear with 3000 miles? I understand if I had driven many miles and car had heavy loads, but not in this case.
Model looks good.
Air conditioning button needs to have indicating light when it is activated. It does not display anywhere that it's on. However, it does indicate on the dash screen that it's off when it's deactivated. In most vehicle, A/C light indicator does go on when A/C is activated.
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