Once again, some you you guys out there who constantly slam GM by
comparing the "quality" of Toyotas missed out and still ANOTHER major
problem by the great and might company that can do no wrong, according
the the likes of CR and others:
Last month Toyota told owners of several million Toyota and Lexus
products to yank out the driver's floor mat until they figure out how
to keep it from potentially jamming the accelerator wide open.
Now Toyota is recalling 110,000 Tundra pickups from the 2000 to 2003
model years, starting with advice to yank down the undermounted spare
and toss it in the bed until they figure out how to keep it from
falling off and becoming a traffic hazard. It seems corrosion from
road salt can affect the mount. More ominously, the same advisory says
that corrosion can also affect the brake lines and lead to brake
Toyota says it will begin notifying owners in December to come in to
dealers for inspection and possible replacement of their truck's rear-
frame crossmember, on which the tire support is mounted, and rear
Toyota says the condition could affect owners in Connecticut,
Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine,
Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin, West
Virginia and the District of Columbia. For further information:
The beat goes on.
Recalls into the several MILLIONS by now.
These "quality" guys are certainly doing a bang up job, aren't they???
Recall more vechicles than they sell, and the number is climbing.
And yet, GM is the one who makes "junk"?????
At this point, please feel free to tell the listnening audience how
your 2007 Camry was so much better than the "81 Chevy Citation you
That really proves Toyota produces a better product than GM, doesn't