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I'll have to leave it until next servicing. I'm not handy with cars. High chance of breaking something if i touch it.

Yeah, i'd just take it back to the dealer too. Can't say i've noticed the problem on my car but the cover does look pretty cheap.

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I'll have to leave it until next servicing. I'm not handy with cars. High chance of breaking something if i touch it.

Yeah, i'd just take it back to the dealer too. Can't say i've noticed the problem on my car but the cover does look pretty cheap.

Check that, i have noticed. Gonna mention it to the dealer when i bring my car back in (soon).

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Mine has this gap too but it's not as bad as the OP's. Not fussed.

Talk about a thread revival :lol:

Yeah, my Sportivo had a gap that was about 2/3 of the OP's. Wasn't fussed either. I wasn't paying for a car that had to be absolutely perfect in it's interior panel clearances.

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Mine has this gap too but it's not as bad as the OP's. Not fussed.

Talk about a thread revival :lol:

Yeah, my Sportivo had a gap that was about 2/3 of the OP's. Wasn't fussed either. I wasn't paying for a car that had to be absolutely perfect in it's interior panel clearances.

Yeah come to think of it, it is a a bit random, but I was searching through the Aurion section and came across this thread :)

I just hope in the future, Toyota never ever never ever never EVER use hard plastic in their cars ever again. What ever happened to the soft foamy plastics? <_<

I remember my 1997 camry was quiet as anything. No creaks or squeaks at all.

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What ever happened to the soft foamy plastics?

Production efficiencies. It is cheaper to do things like they are now instead of that foam/vinyl wrapped plastic stuff you are referring to. Companies like to save money where they can.

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What ever happened to the soft foamy plastics?

Production efficiencies. It is cheaper to do things like they are now instead of that foam/vinyl wrapped plastic stuff you are referring to. Companies like to save money where they can.

Such a stupid thing to do. I been in brand new Audi's and everything you touch feels so soft and smooth. None of this hard plastic crap.

The Audi's have that nice smooth plastic grippy feel to everything. So good :P

But those are $130,000 cars :lol:

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