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Toyota Camry Solara, Convertible
#29 of 38 No roadside assistance
Aug 14, 2008 (6:31 pm)
I just found out that unless I bought the maintainence package from my dealer there is no roadside assistance available from Toyota for my 2008 Solara Convertible (and I guess any other of Toyota's models either!!). That info blew me away as every new car I have owned in the past 10 years always came with a roadside assistance program.I can't remember when I have used it on any other of my cars but it was nice knowing that I could if I had a problem.
#30 of 38 Re: Convertible gets a reprieve for at least two years [tommyg12]
Aug 15, 2008 (9:37 am)
That's great news! Hopefully, any existing 'issues' won't get swept under the rug under the assumption that the car has faded away - and mechanics will try to fix things, since the model will be around for awhile longer.
#31 of 38 Re: Convertible gets a reprieve for at least two years [moms_max]
Dec 07, 2008 (5:26 pm)
Anyone heard anything else on the 2009 Convertible?
#32 of 38 Re: Convertible gets a reprieve for at least two years [deant1]
Dec 08, 2008 (6:08 am)
There won't be one! Grab a 2008 if you want a new one
#33 of 38 Re: Convertible gets a reprieve for at least two years [silorlando]
Dec 09, 2008 (10:55 am)
Just received the following message directly from Toyota:
Thank you for contacting Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A.
We appreciate the opportunity to respond to your inquiry.
We are happy to announced that production of the Camry Solara convertible will continue for the 2009 model year. Unfortunately, we do not have information available on the 2010 model year. At this time, we do not have a date as to when the 2009 Solara Convertibles will be available on dealer lots. We invite you to visit http://www.Toyota.com/Solara for information and updates as it becomes available.
Your email has been documented at our National Headquarters under file #200812090252. If we can be of further assistance, please feel free contact us. to http://www.toyota.com/help/contactus.html
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#34 of 38 Re: Door Edge Chipping [gregdane]
Feb 20, 2009 (5:46 am)
Go to TRDparts4u.com and drill down to your model/year and find the edge guards in your color. (or just go here: http://trdparts4u.com/MC-DCHJ-FIE.aspx ) They're not cheap at ~ $50 for a pair, but they are quality and they're metal. I purchased and installed them and they fit the contours perfectly. One thing you need to do is trim any excess sealer from inside the door itself (where the skin wraps around) and repaint the trimmed area so be sure you have the appropriate touch-up paint color which you can order there also. Be careful so you don't cut into the metal when trimming. They seem less susceptible to chipping, but at least they protect the door.
#35 of 38 Re: Door Edge Chipping [nowlen]
Feb 20, 2009 (6:08 am)
And, since I barely know what a flat tire is, I'm guessing I could get a local auto body shop to install them- thanks! I had searched for these and never could find them-
#36 of 38 Re: Door Edge Chipping [gregdane]
Jul 13, 2011 (8:41 am)
I've got an '08 convertible. The solution is quite simple--and inexpensive. I went to my local auto parts store and bought two protective door edge strips (I got black, but they also had silver) that are flexible, have an adhesive inner edge, and can be cut to the desire length. Been on for the past two years with no problems. Cost? Less than $5.
#37 of 38 Re: 2009 Solara - Will there be one? 2012 Follow-up[meegwell]
Apr 09, 2012 (7:08 am)
Last month I spoke with the dealer that sold us our `06 convertible.
Toyota still has no plans for a Solara or Solara type convertible in the near future.