really awful
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
5 / 0
Average Mileage:
32,950 miles

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2014 Toyota Tacoma body / paint problems

body / paint problem

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2014 Toyota Tacoma Owner Comments

problem #2

Jul 272016


  • 35,900 miles


Tacoma truck parked and stationary. Passenger exited vehicle but the door could not be opened all the way because it was close to a wall. The sharp rough corner edge of the bottom rear of the front passenger door sliced a passengers leg as the leg was moved to clear the door.. drivers side door is similar but not as tough or sharp as passengers bottom corner of the door. It has left a scar on the leg. On different occasions both front doors have scraped my leg twice on the drivers side door and my wife's leg twice on driver and passenger door especially when there is limited clearance from the door that is near a wall or other car. This happens on a quad cab because the front doors are cut with a straight edge and the metal is not rounded or smooth finish like the back doors. Toyota admits in a letter that the bottom rear corner passenger door is slightly rougher than the drivers side door where the injury might occur. Toyota will take no action.

- Huntington Beach, CA, USA

problem #1

May 132016


  • 30,000 miles
Rear leaf suspension on Tacoma trg 4 door causing excessive hi-way bounce. In winter conditions the rear end would bounce and reposition the rear end causing swaying of vehicle on turns. The internal cab and box vibration may be the catalyst for the frame failures identified in prior recalls? combined with the drive shaft vibration issues at high speed hi-way travel the rear tires of the vehicle are constantly developing flat spots and require excessive balancing to avoid added rear end vibration. My vehicle has 55,000km (about 30,000 miles) on it and I am on second set of tires as a result.

- Venice, FL, USA

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