Karen Boyd· Registered
I had also never heard of melting dashes until my son, who has "ownership" of my 2008 Solara now (he lives in another state and had to license it), let me know what had happened. Toyota did not notify me of the fact they were admitting it was junk science that caused it. They probably didn't end up replacing any of the affected dashboards. It was going to be about $2500 to replace one. I understood from other owners that they were claiming unavailability. I had bought nothing nor considered leaving Toyota until that. I even called Toyota and was told they had made exceptions. I and my deceased husband had purchased nothing except Toyota products since 1990 or 1991. I bought a Corolla in 2002, he bought a Camry in 1996 and I bought a 2002, a 2005, that 2008, then the Rev4 in 2017. I had only put 76,000 miles on the '08 my son now has and really just bought the '17 so I could give my son another nice newer vehicle. I guess Toyota decided I wasn't worthy of an exception. I doubt I'll buy another Toyota. They haven't earned my loyalty.Wow I have myself and several family members with Corollas and Camrys. Nobody has any issued like this!