When I took my 2006 Toyota Sienna in for new brakes to the Toyota dealership where I had purchased the vehicle new, they informed me that my steering column fluid was leaking and would require $1500 to repair it. I paid $23,000 only 6 years ago this past August, and now I am already having to put out another $1500 for a repair of a vehicle that is supposed to be one of the most reliable vehicles in the world. This is my third Toyota van. I first had a Celica, then two Siennas. I even convinced my husband to replace his Honda with a 4-Runner two years ago. But I will probably never buy another Toyota. I also had a very bad experience with the Service Department at Rosner Toyota in Stafford, Va. at this last servicing. On top of all of that, my brakes they “replaced” are already making a grinding noise only two months after the job. Not happy with Toyota.
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