The problem is when i'm travelling at 40 km/h and above , if i let go of the gas to coast (slight downhill , traffic light approaching etc.) ...the car seems to slow down unnaturally , like how if you let go of the gas in a manual transmission car , it kinda jolts you abit.
And then if I don't do anything and let it just slow down , the rpm eventually goes slight below 1000 ...and then it jumps 250 rpm (rev bounce) ?
Is this normal ?? I checked the t-fluid , it's still red with a candy like smell.
It's done 65,000 KM
It sounds like it is performing normally. When the transmission downshifts, you should see the rev's raise as it drops into a lower gear. How much it rev's will be different from car to car though. My '96 Commodore downshifts very smoothly when i drive, but if i manually select the gears it is a bit harsher.
How is the car to accelerate normally? Are the up-shifts smooth, or harsh?
How much do you know about the service history of the transmission? has it always been done by Toyota service centres, or by owners? The type of fluid used in the trans makes a huge difference. Some models of trans require specific fluid in order to run correctly, and even using the wrong fluid will kill the trans in a few hundred KMs.
You say it is only a few weeks old, can you get the dealer to pay for a check by Toyota? (i say that because i wouldn't trust the dealer to check it correctly/honestly)
With the window, it almost sounds like the window has come loose from the lifter arm of the power window. Can you stop winding the window just before it clunks, and put your hands on either side and see if there is any movement of the window glass? that would be a sure sign of a loose window glass in frame.