In May of 2007, I drove off the lot of Parkway Toyota with a 2005 Toyota Sienna XLE. Since the purchase of the car I 've made 15 payments towards the purchase of the car. Toyota recently sent me a letter stating that I
was in default of the payments. There is some disagreement about how many payments were actually made. I believe that Toyota has made an error in the crediting of my payments. When I purchased the car I put
$500.00 down on the car. Atr that time I traded in a Dodge Caravan of which they only gave me $2000 for as a trade in. It was a 2002. I am currently paying Toyota $750.00 a month for this car which will will be 4 years old soon and currently has 45,000 miles.
I have had problems with this car starting with the tires. When I first purchased the car it soon developed a bubble in the tire. Toyota refused to replace the tire and wanted to charge me over $200.00 for a new tire.
This is after only two months of owning the car. Eventually the tire burst. I had to go to an Strass Auto and pay over $200.00 for a new tire. After goging to another Toyota Dealership for an oil change I was told
that the tires on the car were not compatible with each other. After signing up for car insurance I learned that there were various recalls related to this model. Toyota never informed me of these recalls. The only recall that I learned of was a lift gate recall. There were other individual recalls. One which involved the tires. They make it very hard for you to refinance the payments for the car. I would like an investigation performed
concerning these issues.
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey