Toyota Recall For Steering Problems

Toyota Recall 550,000 Vehicles For Steering Problems

World Trends | Toyota Recall For Steering Problems - Toyota Motor Corp. recalling about 550,000 vehicles worldwide – mostly in the United States – for problems that could make it harder to steer. The Toyota recall affects 447,000 vehicles in North America, as well as 38,000 in Japan and another 25,000 in Australia and New Zealand. In Europe some 14,000 vehicles are being recalled along with 10,000 in the Middle East and 14,000 in Asia outside Japan.
Toyota Recall For Steering Problems

For these reason can make Toyota reputation goes down after huge recalls on the last two years. It could be very hard for Toyota Motor Corp. Toyota said its July-September profit slid 18.5 percent to 80.4 billion yen ($1 billion) on plunging sales caused by parts shortages from the tsunami disaster in northeastern Japan.

In the United States, the automaker is recalling 283,200 Toyota brand cars, including the 2004 and 2005 Camry, Highlander, Sienna and Solara, the 2004 Avalon and the 2006 Highlander HV. Its recall of 137,000 Lexus vehicles includes the 2004 and 2005 ES330 and RX330 and 2006 RX400h. Those affected elsewhere include certain models of the Alphard, Highlander, Highlander hybrid and some Lexus models, Corbett said. But in Toyota recall notification process varies from country to country.


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