Toyota Recall

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Toyota to recall nearly 6.5 million vehicles

9 April 2014 | 4:21 pm TOKYO (Reuters) – Toyota Motor Corp, in its second-largest recall announcement, said on Wednesday that it would call back 6.39 million vehicles globally after uncovering five different faults involving parts ranging from steering to seats.

Toyota recall of 6.4M vehicles for steering, airbag defects is its second-largest ever

9 April 2014 | 3:28 pm Toyota recall of nearly 6.4 million vehicles includes almost 30 models mostly sold in North America, Europe, and Japan. The latest Toyota recall comes just weeks after the automaker paid a $1.2 billion fine for failing to disclose earlier safety problems in its cars.

Toyota recall includes nearly 1.8M US cars

9 April 2014 | 3:02 pm Toyota's worldwide recall of nearly 30 vehicle models includes approximately 1.8 million cars in the United States.

Toyota Recalls 6.4 Million Vehicles Worldwide Consumerist

9 April 2014 | 2:48 pm Toyota Motor Corp. announced today that it is recalling 6.39 million vehicles worldwide for a variety of problems including issues with seat rails, airbag deployment and steer columns. This marks the companies third …

Toyota Recalls 6.76 Million Vehicles, Because Everyone's Terrible

9 April 2014 | 1:30 pm No one is taking that more seriously than Toyota, which just initiated a fucking 6.76 million-car worldwide recall over five vehicles including the Camry, RAV4 and Corolla and Yaris and some Scions. And it's not like it's just one …

Toyota issues massive recall for 6 million vehicles |

9 April 2014 | 12:42 pm A new warning for millions of Toyota owners. The car company is announcing a recall of more than 6 million vehicles. The recall includes 27 Toyota models produced between March 2012 and August 2013.

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4 Responses to Toyota Recall

  • Mix fear says:

    Safety Recall On My Toyota Aprius? First i received a letter from Toyota saying that i need to make an appointment to update my system for free and it is required.

    The next day i received a letter that they want to buy my prius, i only have it for a year. I guess prius have problems and theyr trying to get rid of them or something.

    Can anyone tell me whats going on? I mean why not i can get a new car, and federal law giving this safety recall on prius 2010-2014

  • Why Did AG Holder Fine Toyota $1.2B, But Not GM For A Similar Problem? Favoritism For GM?
    GM names new vehicle safety chief after ignition-switch recall
    Mar 18, 2014
    ‘GM said that when the ignition switch was jostled, a key could turn off the car’s engine and disable airbags, sometimes while traveling at high speed. Barra previously apologized for GM’s failure to catch the problem sooner.

    ‘The decade-long process that led to last month’s ignition-switch recall of such older GM models as the 2005-2007 Chevrolet Cobalt and 2003-2007 Saturn Ion has led to government criminal and civil investigations, congressional hearings and class-action lawsuits in the United States and Canada. All ask why GM took so long to address a problem it has said first came to its attention in 2001.’
    Toyota’s $1.2 Billion Fine a Warning for General Motors?
    March 19th 2014
    ‘Attorney General Eric Holder announced a record $1.2 billion penalty on Toyota for misleading the public and regulators about issues involving unintended acceleration in its vehicles, questions were raised about another automaker potentially in the cross hairs of the Justice Department: General Motors.’

  • Melissa says:

    What Would Be A Good Cheap Car For A Teen? Hi! I’m a teenage girl trying to find a car that is cheap but good looking that I can pay myself. I was looking at different cars like the honda civic but my friend had one of those and I didn’t think it was a very comfortable ride and I would like something a little more sporty like a fiat. Any suggestions? Thanks!

    By the way, I can’t drive stick shift!

    • Curator says:

      1) Learn how to drive a stick shift, the reason is that automatic transmissions are a lot more expensive to buy and/or to repair. Hondas have great accident avoidability. 2) Get one with good gas mileage. 3) Don’t buy a car that has a lot of miles no matter how much you you like it. 4) Go to the library and peruse the latest issue of Consumer’s Reports and buy one that they recommend!. If you want a reliable car, you’ll want to get a foreign car. GM has dozens of recalls going on right now, one is with the ignition that has been going on for about 10 years, lots of fires and deaths associated with it. 5) You’re better off buying a new Honda or Toyota than a used car because you don’t know how well the previous person kept it up. Take someone with you who’s knowlegeable with you when you go to look, and DO NOT buy the car immediately, take it for a test spin. DO NOT buy from a used car dealer, they sometimes buy dozens at a time, the mileage is always too high, and why do people sell a car other than it needs work. Do research on line like and Read the reviews, read the customer reviews too, you’ll eventually get to know all the drawbacks of a certain brand.
      I did research for one whole year, finally settled on a Honda Civic, best car I’ve ever owned. Had it 4 and 1/2 years now, only 12,000 miles on it. The last car I owned I had it for 15 years, 37,000 miles on it.

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