definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
38,500 miles

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2007 Toyota RAV4 accessories - interior problems

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2007 Toyota RAV4 Owner Comments

problem #2

Mar 032014

RAV4 4-cyl

  • 77,000 miles


The drivers side visor does not stay up..at first it was slightly loose around 50K miles and then 70K the visor no longer stays up at all. I have actually hit my head on it a couple of times and it obscures my vision. I cannot believe this has not been recalled. Now I have to pay $100 to buy a completely new one. This is just an accident and a lawsuit waiting to happen. It looks to be a problem for a lot of Toyota. My fiance cant even drive it right now because he is taller than I am and cannot see out of it properly. Please recall this so it doesnt cause a tragedy at some point.

- Olympia, WA, USA

problem #1

Jul 012010

RAV4 4-cyl

  • miles
Vehicle was recalled by Toyota to have accelerator pedal modified and floor mats changed in order to avoid inadvertent acceleration. Floor mat change applied only to original Toyota supplied floor mats, which above vehicle has, at least according to accessory window sticker supplied at purchase. When vehicle was taken to ourisman Toyota for compliance, dealer marked on customer yellow form that mats were not original Toyota and that they would not be changed. However dealer stated verbally that mats actually were original Toyota, but that customers were not happy with new mats since they were too thin. Therefore dealer decided to comply with safety directive by marking all original mats as non-original mats, which did not have to be changed. Nice to know that the dealer is customer oriented, but I am left wondering if that jeopardizes safety. Incident was reported to Toyota on the safety email address listed on their web site, but no reply received.

- Vienna, VA, USA

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