Toyota Kluger 2014 Problems

No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Toyota Kluger 2014 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

Kluger struggling to accelerate

Answered by CarsGuide 11 Nov 2016

It could be a number of things, most likely a faulty sensor sending a false message to the car's computer. Have it diagnosed by a mechanic.

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Toyota Kluger for value

Answered by CarsGuide 20 Apr 2015

On seven-seaters, the Territory runs last, the Kluger is fine and reasonable value and the Audi is definitely the car to reward yourself, but the Q7 could get very expensive if anything goes wrong.

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After-market protection items for Toyota Kluger

Answered by CarsGuide 19 Dec 2014

You're right to be dubious. Ask yourself, and the dealer if you dare, is Toyota's paint so poor that it needs this so-called protection, is the quality of its leather so appalling that it needs extra care, is the carpet rubbish and in need of special care. I think not. It's upselling, plain and simple, and I wouldn't part with my hard-earned cash for something that isn't needed. If you really want it get the dealer to throw it in for free.

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Toyota warranty rattle clause

Answered by CarsGuide 8 Aug 2014

It’s the first I have heard of a “rattle” clause. If that is the case it is totally unacceptable. Their injectors are dodgy and they should cover the cost of replacing them. If they refuse to come to the party and continue to stick to their laughable “rattle” clause ask them to show you the clause in the warranty document that came with your car.

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Toyota Kluger delay in delivery

Answered by CarsGuide 23 Jun 2014

Toyota's Beck Angel says: "Orders for the new-generation Kluger have substantially exceeded the limited supply. The lead time for Kluger from the United States is longer than we're used to from Japan or Thailand."

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Which vehicle is suitable for towing a caravan

Answered by CarsGuide 23 May 2014

Before buying the tow vehicle you should establish what you want to tow with it. It would be a good idea to decide on the caravan you want to buy and from that determine the total weight you want the car to handle, that is the weight of the caravan when it is fully loaded ready to travel. I say that because a car rated to tow 2 tonnes means you will only be able to tow a relatively small caravan. A diesel will be more economical when towing, and if that were your priority then I would go that way. I would suggest you consider a mid-sized SUV, like a Nissan Pathfinder, Ford Territory or a Toyota Kluger.

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