Toyota is recalling 803,000 vehicles in the U.S. because their air bags or power steering could stop working.
Toyota is recalling 200,000 vehicles worldwide for a hybrid-system problem and another 169,000 vehicles for an engine bolt defect.
It’s a little piece of plastic that’s causing headaches for car owners coast to coast.
Four carmakers are recalling 3.4 million vehicles due the risk of airbags catching fire.
More than 1 million vehicles in North America are part of a worldwide recall for an airbag problem affecting three big automakers.
Toyota said Thursday it will pay $29 million to 29 states and American Samoa as part of a settlement related to its safety recalls.
By Jim Donovan: Toyota and Lexus have announced two separate safety recalls involving approximately 1 million Corolla, Matrix & Lexus IS vehicles. The first recall involves 752,000 Corolla and Matrix models made between December 2001 […]
Toyota is recalling about 150,000 Tacoma midsize pickups because the spare tires can fall from beneath the trucks.
By Jim Donovan: Toyota announced today its largest recall in the auto manufacturer’s 75-year history. 7.43 million cars, trucks and SUVs worldwide are being recalled to fix faulty power window switches that can cause fires. […]
This is Day 86 of Toyota’s 100 Cars for Good contest and Philadelphia’s iPraxis is in an online winner-take-all election with four other groups. The prize: a brand new vehicle.
The government has added 600,000 Toyota Camrys and other vehicles to an investigation of fires in power window switches.
“This has been my dream car since I was a kid.” – Jonathan and his Toyota MR2 Supercharged
Upper Merion Township police responded to a report of a disturbance at a Motel 6 which resulted in the suspects jumping from the hotel window and repeatedly ramming into an officer’s vehicle and the wall of the motel Saturday morning.
The disaster in Japan is having effects worldwide. Today, Toyota announced new details about last months earthquake and tsunami in Japan, and its impact on production at manufacturing plants in Japan.
Toyota says its manufacturing operations won’t be back to normal until the end of this year, because of last month’s devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.