That's the conclusion of the Feds after having NASA plus other "experts" look into the Toyota sudden acceleration problem. Sticky accelerator linkage also -- not electrical (electronic).I am skeptical that the problem has been identified. Do you think the issue is solved? Would you buy a Toyota now?http://www.nbc.com/news-sports/msnbc-vi … n-toyotas/
No, I'm not buying it (or the car, for that matter).
Because of the braking issue?
The credible reports I've seen include a braking issue along with an acceleration issue, yes. It doesn't seem plausible that a floor mat would do both simultaneously.
I agree. It doesn't seem feasible.
It also doesn't seem believable that it took this long to arrive at "floor mats" as an answer. I'm sure there are more than a few people who feel furious about this.
From what I've read it seems if they couldn't find a computer glitch or electrical problem, they assumed it was the mats. I owned a Toyota a few years ago and it was a great car. And, they assemble many of them in the U.S. unlike some "U.S." makes. They should keep looking for a computer problem, IMO.
by Evan Hutchinson7 years ago
The reason has nothing to do with the unintended acceleration - it's just that, it seems like they don't even try anymore. The quality is dubious, the technology is middle of the road, and the designs have been...
by Ralph Deeds7 years ago
Looks like Toyota has a serious problem---http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerindex?id=8990979
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