I purchased a 2019 RAV4 with 9k miles mid June 2022. Found it about 3 hours away from where I live in the desert. Pristine vehicle. Bring it home, park it on my driveway. Two weeks later we notice the plastic door pillar molding warping looks just like the first picture on post #34. Its only getting worse. Took it to my closest Toyota dealership figuring it would get replace as my car is still under warranty. Guy said it was probably caused by a reflection from another window. No other windows on my driveway. He took it to the back , and supposedly took photos and after 1.5 hours said Toyota denied responsibility because it was caused by reflected light. He offered me a phone number for the Toyota warranty dept. I have called and was given a claim number and promised a call within 24 hours. Two days later no call. Since when does a car manufacturer build a car that cannot be parked outside? No where is it stated that this vehicle cannot be parked outside or that its for cooler weather states only. Is it the dealership that is refusing to do the work because they don't get the big bucks for warranty work or is it Toyota? If its denied by one dealership why would another okay the warranty? I've had this vehicle 6 weeks total. Plastic molding that "melts", service writers term not mine, said after he claimed he's never seen it happen before. This was Toyota of the Desert in Palm Springs. I'm sure they've seen it many times. Is there a government agency we can contact?