Re: Interesting Article on Prius unintended acceleration

On Fri, 8 May 2009 04:44:54 -0400, "80 Knight"


Exactly. A recent example is the Chevy recall over three minor fires due to oil accumulation taht spills over onto the exhaust in hard braking. Due to these three piddling fires millions of vehicles to be recalled and lots of bad press. Where was the bad press when Toyotas electric locks were going crazy and continued to apply power to lock the locks preventing the driver from unlocking the doors and then due to the high current setting fire to the lock motors?? That was barely mentioned in the news.
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the typical Merkin bigot, you deserve all you get.
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That's the problem. When GM issues a recall, they are blasted as cheap pricks, who build complete garbage. When Toyota issues a recall (if it even get's mentioned in the media) they are our friends, and are only doing it out of the goodness of there hearts. What a load of horse shit. Tell that to the people who's Tundra's are falling apart.
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I agree with you that they are going out of business because people hate them for producing crap and not keeping the customers happy for decades.
That is the price of building up a bad image and sucking your customer base for all its worth.
It is interesting that even such big and efficient company can be ruined by pricks in management and top union suckers.
We will dance on their grave soon
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