The next time your keyless entry doesn’t work, don’t check the device’s battery…check your car’s radio.
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.
New regulations for fuel economy will save families up to $7,400 over the life of a vehicle, according to the Obama administration.
First Ford, now Toyota. On Wednesday, Toyota Motor Corp. joined the recall fray by recalling 778,000 RAV4 SUVs and Lexus HS 250h sedans in the U.S.
“Toyota got over the issues and it’s a good car.” – Cheree and her Toyota Highlander
“I did exhaustive research. I’ve been researching cars for about a year.” – Todd and his Toyota Camry
“I saw the ScIon and said those little things are so cute.“ – Amy and her Toyota Scion
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.
Ft. Lauderdale based AutoNation Inc. said Tuesday its new vehicle sales fell 3 percent in August.
Toyota is recalling 106,000 first-generation Prius hybrid cars globally for faulty steering caused by a nut that may come loose.