It's not like bits are going to fall off. Just wondering if anyone else has had any bad experiences with the latest toyota corolla. . I'm not saying they won't have issues but they do keep on going. I have rented lots of cars and the last generation Corolla I rented with 33k miles didn't have all these rattle and squeak issues. The vibration feels like it's from the suspension. I thought I was the only one disappointed with modern Toyotas.
Only the wheel and tyre sizes vary as you go up the range but even then the only difference between the base model and the Levin is the Levin will have a firmer ride and very slightly better handling due to the wheel and tyre combination. So, if they can fix it during cold weather, it should be fixed for good. Take apart a 5 years old dash that you've never taken apart, it's not exactly clean. The only issue was my breeze tag fell off the mirror. Why Toyota has allowed their cars to get so cheaply made and noisy? My old crappy Chevy Aveo had better interior quality but worst reliability! I had originally taken my car to the dealership when I first noticed it, but they weren't able to do much they said they had fixed it, but I'd notice again on the way home. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer immediately if this occurs.
When I drive it seems to be on the right of the dashboard, but when I ride on the passenger side, I hear it on the left. Combining the practicality and frugal fuel economy compact-sedan buyers want with more interior room, upgraded amenities, and a sorely needed shot of style, this generation Corolla is a reasonable alternative to a midsized sedan. Slightly larger than the outgoing model, Corolla has a surprisingly spacious rear seat with ample leg room. But more likely I am really thinking that something is subtly bent under the car and this might have happened if the car was involved even in a minor impact that you were not aware of. The warranty talks about wear and tear items, but there? I folded some cardboard papers and with a bit of tugging force, inserted into the gap where it's just above the left corner of the glove box.
Actually they are surprisingly good. Opted not to proceed with invasive repair for fear of causing secondary issues with interior fit and finish. The second cover looked fine but when pressed on it, fell off. Sometimes when it stalls the car won't immediately re-start when I turn the key. You say the transmission had to be replaced. But beyond those items they have been great cars, they all have a few little rattles, nothing serious, a few little dents, scratches, day to day wear and tear.
But it's like all they care about is that it does not actually fall apart, even if the execution is surprisingly cave-man like at times. Other than that, it looks and works perfect. The recall began on November 8, 2013. This would obviously tell you if it's a characteristic or just your car. He and his parents have been lifelong Toyota fans and I have never heard previous generation Camrys doing that when riding in them. Have been living it with for a while, it probably started at around 10K and I'm at 43K now and the good news is it hasn't gotten any worse.
Other sources of rattles can be seat belt catches in the unused seat rattling against the interior bodywork. They were always built well, nice components, quality over price. And imports are not immune to it. Sorry I'm not a qualified mechanic so I can't comment on that. Frequency seems dependent on temperature and humidity. All vents and sensor openings pre-cut for a factory finish look. Careful as the top right of the rectangle trim gets a bit tangled with the clock's plastic trim - but it can be removed with a bit of force.
By they way, with your specific problem it is hard for me to believe it can't be solved. But most frustrating of all is the voice. The service manager said the dash in 2017s and newer are made in fewer pieces for the purpose of preventing rattles, but that means they have to remove bigger sections at a time than before which makes it a bigger job. The Kia Forte and Ford Focus, however, ace ride quality; both retain a comfortable level of composure over bumps. I used to subscribe to every car magazine available and most of my friends were mechanics. He opened the inside of the door and found loose clips. And the car company doesn't have to worry about things not fitting at -20 degrees or 45 degrees, since it doesn't ever fit to begin with! Looking forward to move on to a better vehicle but definitely not going toToyota any more.
I have found some Michelin primacy st-3 tyres which are meant to be excellent at giving a smooth ride. I'll probably have to live with it. What We Think The Corolla remains an economical and practical compact car, making it ideal for commuting. Most of the rattles come and go based on temperature swings and pavement quality so it was pointless to cry to the stealer ship. It continued, still seeming to come from around the dashboard. The older members have already done what you seek to do, so they are a wealth of information. At the very best it seems Toyota can't build cars consistently any more.