Toyota has announced one of the largest car recalls in history. It involved more than six million vehicles around the world for problems affecting various parts – from seats to steering wheels.
Toyota said Wednesday it is recalling 1.9 million hybrid Prius cars globally for a software glitch that could cause the vehicle to stall.
Toyota has issued a major recall which affects more than 800-thousand vehicles and part of the problem is being blamed on spiders.
Over 80,000 models of Toyota Prius and Lexus were voluntarily recalled Tuesday to check on the safety of the brakes.
More than three million Toyota, Honda and Nissan vehicles are being recalled for air bags that may explode.
More trouble for Toyota which announced Wednesday it would recall around 2.77 million vehicles worldwide, including certain models of the Prius. The recall was prompted by problems with the vehicle’s steering shaft and electric-powered motor pumps. This is Toyota’s second major recall in as many months.
Thousands of Toyotas sold in South Florida are part of a worldwide voluntary recall by the automaker over a problem which could impact the vehicle’s steering.
For the second time in as many years, Toyota has issued a massive recall of vehicles in the United States to deal with accelerator pedal problems.