2020 RAV4 Check Engine light
Driving home from the dealership, in the first hour of ownership, 30 miles on the odometer, the Check Engine light came on and stayed on. I returned the next day (Sunday) and they outfitted me with a rental until the service center could diagnose the problem. It was an O2 sensor as suspected by all of us. That was over 3 weeks ago and it still is not fixed. There are no O2 sensors available nationwide for the new RAV4. This has me quite concerned that something as simple as on O2 sensor going out on a popular vehicle like this can cause what is probably going to be a month without the car. First experience with the Toyota brand and completely not impressed. Any one else have a similar issue?