Toyota is #1: in Safety-related Recalls

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Old 30 Dec 2009, 07:34 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Toyota is #1: in Safety-related Recalls

"In a first, Toyota led the U.S. auto industry in recalled vehicles
this year, thanks to its largest safety-related problem since it began
selling vehicles in the United States.

The Japanese automaker has struggled with the fallout from the recall
of 4.3 million Toyota and Lexus models for unintended acceleration
linked to fatal crashes."

In contrast, Ford recalled 21,993 in 2009. An all time low excluding
the legacy of the well known brake switch problem. That's less than a
small company like Mitsubishi!

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Old 04 Jan 2010, 02:50 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Just wish you could afford a Toyota? Don't you?

Too bad you still have to take the bus. Loser.



"john" <johngdole@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> "In a first, Toyota led the U.S. auto industry in recalled vehicles
> this year, thanks to its largest safety-related problem since it began
> selling vehicles in the United States.
>
> The Japanese automaker has struggled with the fallout from the recall
> of 4.3 million Toyota and Lexus models for unintended acceleration
> linked to fatal crashes."
>
> In contrast, Ford recalled 21,993 in 2009. An all time low excluding
> the legacy of the well known brake switch problem. That's less than a
> small company like Mitsubishi!
>
> Full article:
> http://www.freep.com/article/2009123...s-for-1st-time


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Old 04 Jan 2010, 05:07 pm   #3 (permalink)
Mike Hunter
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You mean the "short" bus for special people? It is usually a Ford E350.


"Bill Yanaire, ESQ" <gordo@gordo.net> wrote in message
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> Just wish you could afford a Toyota? Don't you?
>
> Too bad you still have to take the bus. Loser.
>
>
>
> "john" <johngdole@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:a3c37c06-3465-4b9d-a1d6-450c858c708c@c34g2000yqn.googlegroups.com...
>> "In a first, Toyota led the U.S. auto industry in recalled vehicles
>> this year, thanks to its largest safety-related problem since it began
>> selling vehicles in the United States.
>>
>> The Japanese automaker has struggled with the fallout from the recall
>> of 4.3 million Toyota and Lexus models for unintended acceleration
>> linked to fatal crashes."
>>
>> In contrast, Ford recalled 21,993 in 2009. An all time low excluding
>> the legacy of the well known brake switch problem. That's less than a
>> small company like Mitsubishi!
>>
>> Full article:
>> http://www.freep.com/article/2009123...s-for-1st-time

>



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