My Fiancee purcahsed a 2007 Solara Convertible. After a few months we noticed a strong odor in the interior. We have brought the car back to Toyota several times and have actually been told by several employees that Toyota is aware of the odor and said it is caused by animal products used on the convertible top. We actually avoid driving the car now because we get headaches in the car. Toyota admitted they have seen the problem before, but will do nothing as they claim there is nothing they can do. Toyota won't replace the top because according to them, the new top will have the same odor problem. The representative from Toyota actually told us that our options are deal with the smell of file for arbitration. Some people can tolerate it and others cannot.
Can you believe that?
Has anyone else had this problem?