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really awful
Crashes / Fires:
4 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
7 / 0
Average Mileage:
25,125 miles

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2010 Toyota Camry seat belts / air bags problems

seat belts / air bags problem

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2010 Toyota Camry Owner Comments

problem #4

Jul 162011


  • miles


My sister owns a 2010 Toyota Camry xle, bought as a new car, not used. On Saturday, July 16, 2011, she was riding as a passenger in her car when it was struck by another vehicle on the passenger side. Even though she had to be cut out of the car, neither her side airbags or front air bags deployed. She was taken to the er at the hospital because she had suffered injuries and was in pain. It is possible that the 2010 Toyota Camry xle is a total loss, however, none of the airbags in the car deployed.

- Owens Crossroads, AL, USA

problem #3

Sep 142010


  • miles
>1. I rented a 2010 Toyota Camry from hertz. The vehicle was fitted with side curtain and front airbags. 2. on September 14th 2010 I was driving southbound down a highway in Alabama at a speed of 55 mph. A Ford F-150 driven by someone under the influence decided to cross the highway from my left. The F-150 struck my rental vehicle in the drivers side door. The F-150 then pushed the Camry to the right off the road into a deep drainage ditch alongside the highway. The Camry went front first into the ditch wall smashing in the front of the car. 3. the vehicle I am told was found to be "totaled". their was a crease from the initial impact from the front drivers wheel well extending back to the passengers door. The front bumper/lights were also destroyed. The car was towed and taken back into possession by hertz rental company. 4. my concern is that the airbags did not deploy. 5. this accident has resulted in suffering from multiple medical issues. I have not been able to return to work as of this date 19 October 2010.

- Honolulu, HI, USA

problem #2

Jul 172010


  • 7,500 miles
I had just bought a 2010 Toyota Camry in March 2010. My wife was driving it at approximately 65mph and a wreckless motorcycle driver hit the car at appx 100 mph, the motorcycle damaged the car was a total loss due to the severe damage to the roof, the side rear side panels the trunk the bumper rear windshield and interior, the driver landed in the roof but almost went inside the car through the rear windshield which was broken two air bags are located on each side of the rear windshield, they came out of place but did not deploy, my passengers were injured, my 4 yr old's car sit was in the car but she was not in the car at the time, the motorcycle and the driver's body actually would have hit her if she would have been inside the car and if he would have gone inside the car through the windshield, (rear) he would have killed my passengers. I have some pictures and I would like you to see them, it is obvious that the air bags should have deployed.

- Bay Point , CA, USA

problem #1

Jun 272010


  • 93,000 miles
My 2007 Toyota Camry xle was in a serious accident this past week. My son was driving and the rear abruptly went to the right and he lost control and skidded across a road into a soft shoulder/embankment causing significant damage to the front of the vehicle, the car then flipped/rolled over landing on it's roof. There ended up being substantial damage to most of the vehicle. Upon inspection of the vehicle by us on the following day we did notice that the right rear tire had blown out, I assume this caused the abrupt veering to the right described above. My son had his seat belt on and luckily had only minor injuries. My concern/question is why the air bags did not go off. This includes the ones built into the front pillars and those on the side designed to protect the occupants head and arm, etc. Btw: This vehicle was recalled for the defective gas pedal/floor mats and was scheduled to have the recall/repair completed on 7/29/10. Photo's were taken by him of the damage.

- Winchendon, MA, USA

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