“As an actor, I drive a lot around L.A., so it’s like a second home.” – Hayden and his Toyota Tacoma
A chance meeting in an airport lobby between the top executives of Ford Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp. has evolved into a deal between the auto giants to jointly develop a gas-electric hybrid engine for pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles.
Toyota Motor Corp. said Wednesday it will recall about 82,200 hybrid SUVs in the U.S. due to computer boards with possible faulty wiring.
After years of legal wrangling, the first of hundreds of lawsuits over acceleration problems against Toyota Motor Corp. has been scheduled for trial.
Toyota is recalling 106,000 first-generation Prius hybrid cars globally for faulty steering caused by a nut that may come loose. One minor accident suspected of being related to the problem has been reported in the U.S.
An independent panel set up to review Toyota Motor Corp.’s safety and quality issues says the company doesn’t do a good job of incorporating customer feedback into its car designs.
A federal judge in California says hundreds of lawsuits filed against Toyota over possible sudden-acceleration defects can move forward.
Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. is recalling some of its RAV4 and Highlander vehicles so that it can fix an issue related to airbag.
A NASCAR star is using his fame to boost the stalled search for a missing Big Bear boy, who vanished 16 years ago.
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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.