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Toyota CEO says he'll listen to customer concerns

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He needs to listen to the US Congress.

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What a nice onigiri story :)

I hope he's listening to the nhtsa also :)

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You mean the NHTSA that still permit rear turn signals to emit red light while almost every other country uses amber light to discern them from brake lights? Yeah, let's listen to their expertise.

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Don't have much choice now do we ;)

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Thought about that. Is the amber light thing new? I don't remember those when I drove in Europe. Maybe I'm misremembering :(

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It's not about if I have much choice or not. It's about the NHTSA not following world standards on many issues similar to those rear signals. So why would Toyota listen to them?

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Because they want to sell cars in the us market.

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And WHY they want to sell cars in the US market?

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To make money :)

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Roomtemperature.

Sure, such a hard task to fit different light covers to a car, expect they already do it for overseas markets like europe, ditto for US cars, etc.

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To make money :)

Did the penny drop now, Junnama?

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If you feel that Toyota got screwed over I have very little sympathy for them given all the shenanigans the Japanese authorities have pulled over the years. As you reap you sow.

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Toyota CEO says he'll listen to customer concerns

That seems very much necessary, as Toyota (beside Nokia, McDonalds and BP) is the most hated company in the US.

Source: Online-Magazine "24/7 Wallstreet"

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