Toyota recalls 3.8 million vehicles " Car Crash "
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*******www.toyotaofgreenville****. Find the latest information about the Toyota pedal recall at Toyota of Greenville.
ALL TOYOTA OWNERS and DRIVERS:
Burien Toyota has committed all of our resources to help address customer concerns regarding the accelerator pedal recall. We look forward to helping our customers understand the details and complete the recall modifications as quickly as possible. With this in mind, please call for an app...ointment Or for questions, please call and ask for any one of the members of our Management Team.
Please call toll-free: 1-888-468-0481
We have set aside some special time in our service department to assist
with the accelerator pedal recall. We have extended service hours on Tuesday and Wednesday from 6pm until 10pm. These times are reserved for the recall only, and do not require an appointment. As always, the regular Monday through Saturday schedule will be used to handle regular services, as well as accelerator pedal recalls. Again, if you still have questions regarding your vehicle, please give us a call. Please be aware that this is a voluntary safety recall put on by Toyota, and very few vehicles have in fact been reported with the acceleration issue. Burien Toyota/ Scion is very happy to inspect your vehicle at no cost to ascertain if it is affected by the CTS Accelerator Pedal Recall.
Your safety and satisfaction is our number one concern! Please call toll-free: 1-888-468-0481
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It’s almost like a flashback to 2010. Toyota announced another recall Tuesday -- and nearly 1.7 million vehicles worldwide may be at risk of fuel leakage and other problems.
According to a statement from Toyota: "Due to insufficient tightening of the fuel pressure sensor connected to certain engine fuel delivery pipes ... there is a possibility that the pressure sensor could loosen over time."
The recalls are mostly in Japan, but also include Lexus IS and GS luxury sedans sold in North America. That's where Toyota faces the biggest challenges in winning back customers’ trust. Toyota was the only large automaker to post a sales decline last year in the U.S.
A business expert tells The Wall Street Journal - the recall - quote - “is damaging the brand more.”
Auto analyst Koji Endo tells ABC the newest recalls will cost Toyota about $240 million, but won't hurt its earnings much.
"But there is that perception of here we go again...”7
Other crisis-management experts think the recall won't dent Toyota’s reputation. Eric Dezenhall, CEO of Dezenhall Resources tells The Wall Street Journal
[Toyota officials] “...have done a pretty good job of communicating with their core buyers...” [since the 2010 recall.]
And a Tokyo-based analyst thinks the lessons Toyota has learned from the past.
“After Toyota’s recalls last year, the company is more sensitive to recall issues and conducting them as early as possible.”
According to the Associated Press -- Toyota sold 8.4 million vehicles worldwide in 2010 -- making it the leader in global sales. So do you think Toyota will retain its title this recall?
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