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Old 27 Nov 2009, 01:14 am   #1 (permalink)
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John,

I fail to understand your motive by placing these posts on the Toyota
pages. Are you trying to get people who drive Toyota vehicles to drop
everything, scrap the car and buy a Volvo? Or is it just pure hatred
towards the manufacturer? Well, whatever the reason is, I am sure that
you will resolve it and put this beast to bed, because now, it is
getting annoying.

Toyota is resolving the issue, as fast as they can, but being the
largest car manufacturer in the world, it takes time. Yes it is
upsetting to hear that a family was killed in a Toyota vehicle because
of an accelerator malfunction, but seriously, need it be rubbed in the
face of millions on a constant basis? I think not. I hope that you
will take this message and understand that I for 1 am sick and tired
of constantly opening up the Toyota strings and seeing another
headline bashing Toyota, their vehicles and their reputation. I have a
2000 Camry that I love and drive every day. My parents have a 2006
Camry that they are very pleased with. I have a grandparent with a
2007 Camry that they love and an uncle with a 2009 Camry Hybrid that
he is ecstatic with.
Think of what might not have been, if it weren’t for the company, the
hybrid vehicle. Since its birth in 1997, Toyota has sold over 1
million Prius’ globally, and over 2 million hybrid vehicles all
numbers totalled. But forget just Toyota, look at GM and Ford. Ford
uses the patent developed by Toyota in their vehicles. Regenerative
braking is not a Ford development, it is purely Toyota. Although GM
didn’t use any of Toyota’s patents, they certainly didn’t reinvent the
wheel by creating their own version of the hybrid drive system.

All things considered, when I was at my dealership this past week for
some maintenance, I asked one of the sales personnel how this Recall
has affected sales, if at all. They replied by saying, “People have
grown to love Toyota and the products being released. They are
confident in knowing that any issues occurring within the vehicle they
chose will be corrected in a timely manner. Yes units sold are down in
comparison to this time last year, but are starting to increase into
the New Year.”

John, in closing, I hope you can understand that I, like millions of
other Toyota drivers, are happy with the vehicle we chose, and why
not? Great resale, excellent fuel mileage, reliability, safety,
quality and comfort. So stop posting these articles and quotes. I'm
not changing my mind about Toyota or my choice of transportation, so
get on with your life.
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Old 28 Nov 2009, 01:44 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: ---->Dear John<----

On Nov 27, 1:14*am, camryguy <anthonyza...@gmail.com> wrote:
> John,
>
> I fail to understand your motive by placing these posts on the Toyota
> pages. Are you trying to get people who drive Toyota vehicles to drop
> everything, scrap the car and buy a Volvo? Or is it just pure hatred
> towards the manufacturer? Well, whatever the reason is, I am sure that
> you will resolve it and put this beast to bed, because now, it is
> getting annoying.
>
> Toyota is resolving the issue, as fast as they can, but being the
> largest car manufacturer in the world, it takes time. Yes it is
> upsetting to hear that a family was killed in a Toyota vehicle because
> of an accelerator malfunction, but seriously, need it be rubbed in the
> face of millions on a constant basis? I think not. I hope that you
> will take this message and understand that I for 1 am sick and tired
> of constantly opening up the Toyota strings and seeing another
> headline bashing Toyota, their vehicles and their reputation. I have a
> 2000 Camry that I love and drive every day. My parents have a 2006
> Camry that they are very pleased with. I have a grandparent with a
> 2007 Camry that they love and an uncle with a 2009 Camry Hybrid that
> he is ecstatic with.
> Think of what might not have been, if it weren’t for the company, the
> hybrid vehicle. Since its birth in 1997, Toyota has sold over 1
> million Prius’ globally, and over 2 million hybrid vehicles all
> numbers totalled. But forget just Toyota, look at GM and Ford. Ford
> uses the patent developed by Toyota in their vehicles. Regenerative
> braking is not a Ford development, it is purely Toyota. Although GM
> didn’t use any of Toyota’s patents, they certainly didn’t reinvent the
> wheel by creating their own version of the hybrid drive system.
>
> All things considered, when I was at my dealership this past week for
> some maintenance, I asked one of the sales personnel how this Recall
> has affected sales, if at all. They replied by saying, “People have
> grown to love Toyota and the products being released. They are
> confident in knowing that any issues occurring within the vehicle they
> chose will be corrected in a timely manner. Yes units sold are down in
> comparison to this time last year, but are starting to increase into
> the New Year.”
>
> John, in closing, I hope you can understand that I, like millions of
> other Toyota drivers, are happy with the vehicle we chose, and why
> not? Great resale, excellent fuel mileage, reliability, safety,
> quality and comfort. So stop posting these articles and quotes. I'm
> not changing my mind about Toyota or my choice of transportation, so
> get on with your life.


So he posts truth, BFD, like their sludge motors, skipping crap
transmissions, wrong pinion gears on trucks. Wake up, Toyota has had
quite a few issues of crap in the last 5 years. I now consider Toyota
average for their screw ups.
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Old 28 Nov 2009, 07:44 pm   #3 (permalink)
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"ransley" <Mark_Ransley@Yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:f44f99b4-0812-4885-80ed-48b9b7293a51@j14g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...
> On Nov 27, 1:14 am, camryguy <anthonyza...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> John,
>>
>> I fail to understand your motive by placing these posts on the Toyota
>> pages. Are you trying to get people who drive Toyota vehicles to drop
>> everything, scrap the car and buy a Volvo? Or is it just pure hatred
>> towards the manufacturer? Well, whatever the reason is, I am sure that
>> you will resolve it and put this beast to bed, because now, it is
>> getting annoying.
>>
>> Toyota is resolving the issue, as fast as they can, but being the
>> largest car manufacturer in the world, it takes time. Yes it is
>> upsetting to hear that a family was killed in a Toyota vehicle because
>> of an accelerator malfunction, but seriously, need it be rubbed in the
>> face of millions on a constant basis? I think not. I hope that you
>> will take this message and understand that I for 1 am sick and tired
>> of constantly opening up the Toyota strings and seeing another
>> headline bashing Toyota, their vehicles and their reputation. I have a
>> 2000 Camry that I love and drive every day. My parents have a 2006
>> Camry that they are very pleased with. I have a grandparent with a
>> 2007 Camry that they love and an uncle with a 2009 Camry Hybrid that
>> he is ecstatic with.
>> Think of what might not have been, if it weren’t for the company, the
>> hybrid vehicle. Since its birth in 1997, Toyota has sold over 1
>> million Prius’ globally, and over 2 million hybrid vehicles all
>> numbers totalled. But forget just Toyota, look at GM and Ford. Ford
>> uses the patent developed by Toyota in their vehicles. Regenerative
>> braking is not a Ford development, it is purely Toyota. Although GM
>> didn’t use any of Toyota’s patents, they certainly didn’t reinvent the
>> wheel by creating their own version of the hybrid drive system.
>>
>> All things considered, when I was at my dealership this past week for
>> some maintenance, I asked one of the sales personnel how this Recall
>> has affected sales, if at all. They replied by saying, “People have
>> grown to love Toyota and the products being released. They are
>> confident in knowing that any issues occurring within the vehicle they
>> chose will be corrected in a timely manner. Yes units sold are down in
>> comparison to this time last year, but are starting to increase into
>> the New Year.”
>>
>> John, in closing, I hope you can understand that I, like millions of
>> other Toyota drivers, are happy with the vehicle we chose, and why
>> not? Great resale, excellent fuel mileage, reliability, safety,
>> quality and comfort. So stop posting these articles and quotes. I'm
>> not changing my mind about Toyota or my choice of transportation, so
>> get on with your life.

>
> So he posts truth, BFD, like their sludge motors, skipping crap
> transmissions, wrong pinion gears on trucks. Wake up, Toyota has had
> quite a few issues of crap in the last 5 years. I now consider Toyota
> average for their screw ups.


If your wife kept track of all the times you couldn't give her an orgasm,
she'd probably rate YOU LESS than average.



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Old 29 Nov 2009, 05:24 am   #4 (permalink)
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On Nov 28, 7:44*pm, "Sharx35" <shar...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> "ransley" <Mark_Rans...@Yahoo.com> wrote in message
>
> news:f44f99b4-0812-4885-80ed-48b9b7293a51@j14g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Nov 27, 1:14 am, camryguy <anthonyza...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> John,

>
> >> I fail to understand your motive by placing these posts on the Toyota
> >> pages. Are you trying to get people who drive Toyota vehicles to drop
> >> everything, scrap the car and buy a Volvo? Or is it just pure hatred
> >> towards the manufacturer? Well, whatever the reason is, I am sure that
> >> you will resolve it and put this beast to bed, because now, it is
> >> getting annoying.

>
> >> Toyota is resolving the issue, as fast as they can, but being the
> >> largest car manufacturer in the world, it takes time. Yes it is
> >> upsetting to hear that a family was killed in a Toyota vehicle because
> >> of an accelerator malfunction, but seriously, need it be rubbed in the
> >> face of millions on a constant basis? I think not. I hope that you
> >> will take this message and understand that I for 1 am sick and tired
> >> of constantly opening up the Toyota strings and seeing another
> >> headline bashing Toyota, their vehicles and their reputation. I have a
> >> 2000 Camry that I love and drive every day. My parents have a 2006
> >> Camry that they are very pleased with. I have a grandparent with a
> >> 2007 Camry that they love and an uncle with a 2009 Camry Hybrid that
> >> he is ecstatic with.
> >> Think of what might not have been, if it weren’t for the company, the
> >> hybrid vehicle. Since its birth in 1997, Toyota has sold over 1
> >> million Prius’ globally, and over 2 million hybrid vehicles all
> >> numbers totalled. But forget just Toyota, look at GM and Ford. Ford
> >> uses the patent developed by Toyota in their vehicles. Regenerative
> >> braking is not a Ford development, it is purely Toyota. Although GM
> >> didn’t use any of Toyota’s patents, they certainly didn’t reinvent the
> >> wheel by creating their own version of the hybrid drive system.

>
> >> All things considered, when I was at my dealership this past week for
> >> some maintenance, I asked one of the sales personnel how this Recall
> >> has affected sales, if at all. They replied by saying, “People have
> >> grown to love Toyota and the products being released. They are
> >> confident in knowing that any issues occurring within the vehicle they
> >> chose will be corrected in a timely manner. Yes units sold are down in
> >> comparison to this time last year, but are starting to increase into
> >> the New Year.”

>
> >> John, in closing, I hope you can understand that I, like millions of
> >> other Toyota drivers, are happy with the vehicle we chose, and why
> >> not? Great resale, excellent fuel mileage, reliability, safety,
> >> quality and comfort. So stop posting these articles and quotes. I'm
> >> not changing my mind about Toyota or my choice of transportation, so
> >> get on with your life.

>
> > So he posts truth, BFD, like their sludge motors, skipping crap
> > transmissions, wrong pinion gears on trucks. Wake up, Toyota has had
> > quite a few issues of crap in the last 5 years. I now consider Toyota
> > average for their screw ups.

>
> If your wife kept track of all the times you couldn't give her an orgasm,
> she'd probably rate YOU LESS than average.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -


Whats with you sharx, you post like a depressed nutcase, did you run
out of your happy medicine.
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