I own a 2007 Camry 4 dr with only 45000 klm, we bought it new and had no problems with the car this far, but looking at all the bad publicity this recall is gathering, it doesnít feel good driving this car any more,
Moreover the irony is, for this winter I put on the car 4 Michelin snows to insure good traction on the road, and here I am faced with a bad problem that can have serious implications in terms of a bad collision. Hope not! But here is the leading questions, Knowing that my car may have such a poetical mechanical failure, does that hold me responsible knowing of such a problem and still driving the car in the event of an accident?. Will ICBC EVER BACK OUT FROM SETTLEMENT given all the strange anecdotes?
Question: Should I park my Camry and rent a car until mine gets fixed, and ask Toyota to pay for all rental costs?
And given this massive recall, sales suspension and all that crap, the value of my car has dropped from $22500 to 12500
Toyota should be on the hook for any depreciating lose as a result of this bad problem.