Consumer Reports has named Japanese automakers Honda, Subaru and Toyota the best all-around carmakers for the third year in a row.
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 2.17 million vehicles in the United States to address accelerator pedals that could become entrapped in floor mats or jammed in carpeting.
One of the attorneys leading the class-action federal lawsuits pending before U.S. District in Santa Ana says the report’s findings are flawed and won’t stop legal action.
The government on Tuesday plans to release the findings of its investigation into reports of sudden acceleration in Toyota vehicles.
Toyota recalled nearly 1.7 million cars worldwide Wednesday for fuel leaks, the latest in a ballooning number of quality problems that could add another dent to its tarnished reputation in the crucial U.S. market.
Toyota Motor Sales announced Tuesday that it will conduct a voluntary recall of approximately 245,000 Lexus vehicles from the 2006 to 2009 model years to inspect the fuel pressure sensor installation.
Toyota Motor Sales has opened two more U.S. product quality field offices, including one in Houston.
Toyota has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit over headlights in its 2006 and 2009 Prius models that shut off without warning.
Seven insurance companies have sued Toyota Motor Corp. in an attempt to recover money paid to cover crashes they blame on sudden acceleration.
The auto giant has agreed to pay $32.4 million in penalties stemming its failure to notify officials in a timely fashion about potential sudden acceleration and other safety risks.
Dozens of personal injury lawsuits against Toyota will likely go forward if a federal judge’s tentative ruling becomes final.
Toyota has announced the worldwide recall of 650,000 Prius cars for a faulty coolant pump.
Every year in mid November carmakers flock to the L.A. Convention Center to unveil their latest production and concept vehicles. Get an inside look at the 2010 L.A. Auto Show, open to the public November 19-28, 2010.
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Toyota Motor Corp. is asking a federal court in California to throw out lawsuits over acceleration defects in its cars, saying many of the plaintiffs never identified any defect or experienced sudden, unintended acceleration.