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Published on Apr 11, 2014 by Edgar Snyder

Massive Toyota Recall Includes Nearly 30 Models

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Do You Own One of the Many Recalled Toyota Vehicles?

Toyota Motor Corp. recently announced the newest massive auto recall. This recall involves 6.76 million vehicles and includes 27 different models sold in the U.S., Japan, and Europe.

Countless consumers may be affected as Toyota recalls some of its bestselling vehicles, such as the RAV4 SUV, Corolla, Yaris and the Matrix. The recalled vehicles may have a variety of defects which all leave drivers at risk—defects range from airbags failing to deploy to seats being unable to lock properly. Some vehicles were recalled for having more than one problem.

Specific model years for the Toyota vehicles sold in the U.S. include:

  • The 2009-2010 Corolla
  • The 2009-2010 Matrix
  • The 2008-2010 Highlander
  • The 2009-2010 Tacoma
  • The 2006-2008 RAV4
  • The 2006-2010 Yaris
  • The 2008-2010 Scion xD

Injured Driving an Unsafe Car?

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Source: “On Heels Of GM, Toyota Recalls More Than 6 Million Vehicles.” Npr.org. April 9, 2014.
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