I just left my 2021 RAV4 at the dealership because the AC suddenly stopped cooling. They told me they have been seeing this quite a lot and that it is usually because the condenser has been damaged/ruined by small road debris. They also told me that it will not be covered by warranty if this is the case. I said that it should be covered under warranty because it is clearly a design flaw if anything under the hood can be ruined by small debris, that there should be some kind of shield. He told me that no shield was probably due to heat transfer issues, to which I said there are plenty of metal materials that are open enough, like heavy metal netting, to allow free air flow while providing protection. In looking on here it seems Toyota has had continuing issues with this, on various models. It needs to be addressed because customers should not have to pay for something that should never happen. Has anyone else experienced this with their new RAV4?