Toyota recalls 106,000 Prius cars
TOKYO Toyota recalled 106,000 first-generation Prius hybrid cars globally on Wednesday for faulty steering caused by a nut that may come loose.
The single minor accident suspected of being related to the problem was reported in the U.S., according to Toyota Motor Corp.
The latest recall from Toyota, which has taken hit to its reputation from massive recalls worldwide, affects 48,000 Prius vehicles in Japan, starting with the first Prius models that went on sale in 1997, and those manufactured through 2003
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recalled for a loose nut behind the wheel?...theres a joke in there..
by laswi7 years ago
What has happened to Toyata Prius - the best-selling hybrid car in the world and Toyota's flagship model? Toyota has discovered there were design problems with the antilock brake system.
by Dan Harmon7 years ago
I now have 11 hubs that are not indexed by google - nothing published since July 12 (the last one was published on the 9th and indexed yesterday). Normally I've seen then set up with 24 hours, occasionally in 48,...
by StricktlyDating8 years ago
Quality Control blunders, further models recalled - Is this the end for Toyota?
by Bellamie3 years ago
So I have a '92 t-bird and a 2006 taurus, both fords. I actually like the t-bird better than the taurus, except for the fact that the t-bird is in need of another transmission. I lost the overdrive while...
by Arthur Fontes4 years ago
What kind of cars did you sell? Where did you sell them and were you management?
by Dan Harmon5 years ago
How does a Toyota Prius "transmission" work?Given that it does not shift gears (there is not even a reverse gear) and has 2 electric motors built into it, how does it work?
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