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Toyota Corolla Verso II

#161 Mister MMT

Registered 69 posts

First Name: Jan


Toyota Model: 2 T25 Avensis Break 1.8 Automatic on LPG


Location: Other/NonUK

22 January 2008 — PM

Dear Mister MMT

Thanks for post. I am lucky in that the car is (and appears to be in warranty). My companys (Leaseplan) Toyota has never heard of the problem But fortunately my local garage in have said that know of ‘problems’ and will a couple of days to rectify. described the problem as an overheating causing the box to select neutral. to save itself? The fact saving the clutch can put the whole and passengers in danger seems to be a design fault.

I’ve leased the car from new and learnt that you have to the gearbox a certain way to make smooth progress eg lifting the slightly to encourage it to change etc. As a numpty, I thought it was a auto and I got a real shock the time I drove it#33; of my mileage is M25 and apart from the reverse selection, smelly in reverse, very slow down the box when you gas it to overtake and the 1st-2nd-1st transition in slow its been fine#33;#33;#33;

I drive it most of the time in E (is correct?) and occasionally in Es which has the gearchanges.

I will also to VOSA because I think is a safety issue.

I’ll let you how I get on — Thanks for your

Toyota Corolla Verso II


Dear Chris,

the fresh newses, it looks we’ll have hard convincing VOSA and Toyota the N problem may create dangerous or has design and construction defaults.

On the hand, I was pleased to hear now agreed to pay for the repair costs of car. I had almost given up on I hope it indeed indicates a in approach. But in the process, Toyota looses a client. I am eager to which action Toyota is now A recall? A warranty extension for series? It is a real pity evolved so slowly and angered so It will not be easy for Toyota to the damage. Unfortunately, owners of cars may have to endorse a of money on the resale price for cars.

By reading some of the posts in thread, you will be able to usefull advise on how to handle the MMT From what you say, I most of your’s is OK. I sometimes exclusively in the M mode: Climbing and mountain roads, like in the Black Forest, and in parking I also use it in heavy downtown and go trafic, where I put the gear in the N during longer stops. I clutch slipping as much as I use the Es mode, whenever I have a in which I wish swift For example, after a turn a steep bridge ramp. I a very relaxed driving Therefore, in most occasions, I it when the gear puts in the 4th or 5th gear revving at 1500 to rpm. In this way, the MMT helps me keeping fuel low. And the 1.8 l engine shows its side: marvelous souplesse.

That’s what I like so about this gearbox. It by far not offer the comfort of a full But it is much more comfortable a manual box, and much versatile. And that for a much price then a full which rises fuel especially in town.

My only problem with it is we, the pioneers, will maybe to pay for the initial imperfections, of which is very well aware, they were taken of in the mean time. We also do not how long such a box remains free as a mean. Repair are high, failures should be the exception. It is my conviction that owner can contribute to a longer of it, but Toyota should consider driving styles in its previsions. I that we are at the wake of announcements should enable owners to be about their choice, and the value of their car. I then be able to recommend the MMT gearbox to anybody who is knowing and what it can offer and what

Greetings and bon vent

Toyota Corolla Verso II
Toyota Corolla Verso II


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