Downeast Toyota 2012 v6 camry proble...

Downeast Toyota 2012 v6 camry problems

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Kevin Kelly Sucks ass

Bar Harbor, ME

#1 Mar 24, 2013
Terry Reals
Good afternoon fellow 2012 Toyota Camry SE V6 Owners! How many show of hands have bought their Brand New 2012 Camry SE V6 and in just 2 weeks of ownership the engine has an Intermittent Miss on several cylinders and the Dealerships socalled ASE Certified Master Technicians "CANNOT" Diagnose the problem or problems causing the missing on several cylinders. FWIW, it is not Fuel Related Problem as that has already been checked out, but to no avail, they still cannot find the problem or problems causing the problem. I honestly believe it has to be either an Electrical or Fuel Management Problem causing the Intermitent misses in this engine! Today has been 3 days since I took it into my Dealership and I do not have any idea as to when I will get the car back, fixed right, instead of just puttin...g a Band Aid on it and sending me down the road! If they cannot fix the car, I want the Dealership and Toyota to Replace the car with an equivelent one and be done with it. We shall see what happens today and tomorrow, before I get my Attorney involved into the mix and get the Defective Camry SE Replaced! Forget about my getting my trade back, as they already sold that car, however I will accept a replacement Camry SE V6 like the one I just bought and now have serious problems with it. Will keep everyone posted as to what I find out in the next couple of days! Regards, Disappointed Camry SE Customer in South Florida!
Kevin Kelly Sucks ass

Bar Harbor, ME

#2 Mar 24, 2013
Cody Horstmann
Toyota commercials piss me off. Just saw one about the "toyotathon" and buying toyotas is an american tradition. I threw up in my mouth a little when I heard that. Coming from the car company who has the shittiest cars and the weakest trucks. Makes, me SICK!
Kevin Kelly Sucks ass

Bar Harbor, ME

#3 Mar 24, 2013
Jeff White
Today, in Birmingham Michigan, a recent model Camry blasted through the showroom window of European Motors, damaging a rare Lotus. The Camry came to rest against the back wall but the wheels kept spinning at a high rate of speed, filling the place with tire smoke. Driver error my ass!! Toyota sucks and people who buy them are stupid!! It has nothing to do with the Japanese people or the earthquake either, Hamoud. There's a huge misperception in this country that Asian brands are superior to Domestic, and it just isn't true. They are good cars but you do NOT have to buy one to get a good car. Ford out paces Toyota in quality.
Kevin Kelly Sucks ass

Bar Harbor, ME

#4 Mar 24, 2013
Brian Halliday
Good Toyota story for you. Son in law worked for Toyota in Saline Michigan at the engineering center. He and my daughter planned a church trip to the Sudan to raise funds for aid. Son in law asked in November if he could have 3 weeks unpaid leave and his supervisor approved it. They spent 6,000 on airline tickets, immunizations and ground transportation. After they had invested in the trip, Toyota told him they had changed their minds. He appealed to the department manager, telling him he was given approval, and had already purchased tickets. On his way home that night, they called him and told him he was fired. The bastards couldn't tell him eye to eye. Remember Bataan. Toyota Sucks. I drive a Dodge and will always buy American.
Kevin Kelly Sucks ass

Bar Harbor, ME

#5 Mar 24, 2013
Allan Paschal
I was in the westbound lanes of I-270 in N. St. louis today, & looked over in the eastbound lanes & I saw a Toyota in the middle of burning to a crisp, made my day! Could it be a new recall??
richard perry

Saint Peters, MO

#6 Jul 15, 2013
Have a 2012 toyota camry with a bad hesitation problem. Toyota service rep tells me that it will go away. This is a copout. Car has 15000 miles on it and still has hesitation problem. Why does Toyota refuse to fix it?
liner

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Jul 15, 2013
richard perry wrote:
Have a 2012 toyota camry with a bad hesitation problem. Toyota service rep tells me that it will go away. This is a copout. Car has 15000 miles on it and still has hesitation problem. Why does Toyota refuse to fix it?
Why not ask the Toyota zone people that question? You did contact them, didn't you? Or, how about asking the dealer to find another car like yours on his lot and let you take it for a short spin. See if it does the same thing as your car. If so, OK then. If not, ask him to explain why.

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