Toyota Recall Corolla

August 27, 2010 by staff 

Toyota Recall Corolla, Automotive giant’s image has become tarnished since it was trapped by the recall fiasco that never ends. In fact, this year has been particularly bad for the auto giant and so far has recalled more than 10 million cars in the U.S. and other countries. The company is recalling the Toyota Sedan and Matrix hatchback models that were manufactured between 2005 and 2008. Three accidents have taken place so far from these models and it is clear that Corolla does not have any chance. Earlier this year Toyota had to recall its popular Prius hybrid model and a number of other models. These models were recalled due to the plethora of problems such as errors of electronic stability control system, floor mats, brake and gas pedals defective.

There was a time when people used to associate Toyota cars with safety, durability and unmatched performance and the Japanese auto giant used to provide businesses with U.S. based engine run for their money.

The newest recall to tarnish the image of Toyota among customers, because they may be skeptical about the level of safety in their cars. The company had to beat out a huge fine after being criticized by federal regulators earlier this year.

The company has said that the customs should not worry because replace defective parts in their cars. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is monitoring the recall and Toyota has said it is working with him. The possibility of selling the new Corolla models get affected cannot be excluded either.

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