Exactly brother, I have to travel more on roads which are open from both sides allowing heavy breeze to hit the car, and wobbling begins there. I am now planning to sell this and buy a sedan, In shaa Allaah.
I would strongly advise you to have a test drive on an open road in windy conditions before making any decision.
100% agreed. I have travelled on open roads in strong windy conditions in 8th and 10th Generation Corolla and they were quite stable.
Do post the link of thread here about how you got your noisy fuel pump changed, please.
Thank you for the expert advice. Normally, the wind blows from left to right, and mostly we keep both the windows of driver+front passenger seat open but the feel of left-right movement remains there while trying to keep the car straight.
I will get the tyre pressure checked as well. By the way, I am using stock tyres in which the recommended tyre pressure is 36 psi, as per car manual.
Brother, I will not risk the life of my family in any way. In the past, I tried to ignore this wobbling issue but the last week, while travelling, it took the better of me.
Agreed. I will get it thoroughly inspected from dealership soon, but I don't expect them to get it fixed, as the problem is mostly because of tall design. I have travelled on open roads in strong windy conditions in 8th and 10th Generation Corolla and they were quite stable.