OUR EXPERIENCE WITH THE WHEELS, IN SOME SHAPE OR FORM, OVER THE THREE YEARS WE HAVE HAD THIS BUS FROM NEW, HAS BEEN PROBLEMATICAL. SOME POINTS FOLLOW:
Salvador Caetano do not put quality wheel trims on the vehicle at the time of manufacture.
The agents therefore choose the wheel trims.
The Euroliners provided continually fell off the front wheels. After losing three we switched to another company.
For a �80,000+ vehicle wheel pressures should be able to be monitored from inside the bus.
Access to the wheel inflators is impossible without removing the wheel trims and this can be a thirty minute job for each wheel.
In our opinion, Toyota Salvador Caetano should put extenders on all wheels, which will poke through their own design of wheel trims so that driver/guides can check wheel pressures without having to get absolutely filthy.
Such design features are a basic need of a single-vehicle operator without his own workshops.
Inflator extenders are essential for the Toyota Optimo V so why are they not provided as standard?
Wheel trims are essential to the looks of the vehicle so why are they not provided as standard?
Dashboard tyre inflation information should be provided.