The Detroit Examiner had an interesting editorial on the ongoing Toyota recalls. It seems they are being investigated again by the National Transportation Safety Administration. Read below:
If you are reading this, the odds are good that you are very familiar with the recall issues over the past year for Toyota, with their tardiness in issuing proper recalls in the US costing them $16.4 million. That fine stems from Toyota’s deadly unintended acceleration issues but since the news of that whole mess has become public, we have seen a ton more issues with Toyota’s recall process causing question of how much quality they actually put into their vehicles. This morning Consumer Reports announced that the NHTSA is once again investigating Toyota for a delay in a recall issue from the 1989-1998 T1000 pickups and 4Runner SUVs.