Multiple reports of steering system problems have arisen in recent months from those who own or lease a 2021 Toyota Rav4 SUV. Many people have expressed concern over the Lane Centering steering adjustment feature, claiming that it causes the vehicle to drift and jeopardize the safety of the vehicle’s occupants and others on the road. Although the manufacturer has yet to issue a safety recall affecting this make and model, many Toyota customers are voicing their complaints about various steering system issues.
One owner of the 2021 Toyota Rav4 SUV stated that the Lane Centering steering adjustment system has failed to function properly, as it tends to steer the vehicle too close to the other lanes or causes the vehicle to drift back and forth too frequently. Another Toyota customer stated that their vehicle’s steering pull is so substantial that it has moved the vehicle out of the lane on multiple occasions. Toyota has yet to address these issues, leaving affected customers concerned for their safety and waiting for clear answers and permanent solutions to these steering system defects.
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