Toyota vs Chevy Vs Hunda?

I have a 2018 Camry And Every Month :( I'm in toyota Dealership! November the axcel Problem $400   + labor December Breaks Not a Big Deal But again At the dealer ship back in december NOW!   Went to the dealership again cause we have a pre collision light  came on!  check it out boom this Time is $2k that is not even the cost of labor! 

I got this car USED! with 80,000 big mistake i know i will never get a used car again! 

so in may I'm getting a new car! this time around but I'm so Skeptical Going to get a toyota again cause I had so much problems with this one! 

so I know people say chevy is a Bad Car! But I had A chevy for 10 years With  350,000 no  Problem just maintence Etc   I only traded it in with for the camry cause I thought Camry would Be more reliable cause they say toyota is the best reliable car! 

But I'm spending   almost $5,000 on this toyota and only 3 in a half years old!!!!! 

now  I See good Honda cars  I want a bigger car cause have a family! now but Honda don't have that much selection on SUV

what You guys think?????

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    If I were you, I would stay the heck away from dealerships.  They charge too much and you don't seem to grasp that.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It's spelled axle. FAIL.

    It's spelled brakes. FAIL

    Buying a car that new with 80.000 miles was just plain stupid. FAIL.

    Didn't get an extended warranty? FAIL. 

    Didn't do a thorough pre-buy inspection or pay for a professional to do one? FAIL.

    No sympathy hewre. You deserve your fate. EPIC FAIL. 

  • 1 month ago

    A lot of cars are actually about the same in quality. 80,000 miles on a 3 year old Camry is quite high. Did the Original owner show you maintenance records? Had it ever been wrecked? Toyota makes excellent vehicles. I think the issue with yours is probably the original owner. 

  • 1 month ago

    I have had Toyotas before and never had any serious issues. I think you might have a lemon. 

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  • 1 month ago

    It has NOTHING to do with the general concept of buying a used car.

    It's the SPECIFIC used car you purchased.

    Pretty new with super high miles is a sure sign it's been driven into the ground.

    We don't know how many miles your car has now... at 3.5 years old for the high side of average, it would be around 52000. (15,000 a year)

    When buying a used car, if your budget doesn't allow for what you really want, go older/lower mileage/single owner/dealer maintained.

    YOU need to find a reliable independent Toyota repair shop.  DON'T PAY DEALER PRICES!!!!  Ask on nextdoor in your neighborhood for referrals

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