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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Toyota Recall

Toyota suspending sales of 8 models in accelerator recall

Toyota Motor Co. is suspending Canadian and U.S. sales of eight recalled vehicle models to fix accelerator pedals that stick.

Toyota says it's halting production at five manufacturing facilities including Corolla, Matrix and RAV4 production in Canada for the week of Feb. 1 as part of the plan.

There are 2.3 million vehicles in the U.S. and about 270,000 in Canada involved in the recall!!!

1 comment:

  1. Toyota's decision to suspend sales of eight models in Canada and the US due to concerns over accelerator pedals that stick highlights the potential consequences of a widespread product recall. The move is part of a plan by the Japanese automaker to address the problems, which affect 2.3 million vehicles in the US and 270,000 in Canada. While the recall is likely to hit Toyota's sales and reputation, it also serves as a reminder of the importance of taking quick and effective action to address product defects to ensure the safety of customers. The company has since taken steps to address the issue, but the incident highlights the potential risks associated with product recalls and the importance of proactive quality control measures to prevent such problems from occurring in the first place.


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