Toyota recalls 1.3 million vehicles worldwide


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Bad news for employers but good news for temporary workers (perhaps) !

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Good news for Toyota dealers (in the short run), bad news for Toyota as a whole, because this is another shot across the bow of the reputation for quality.

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Quality problem! At least customers will have to return to their car dealer.

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I think it isn't a problem at all. Shows they care about safety, are getting folks back into the dealers to look around for an hour or so and well.. no deaths by the problem. Also gives some folks something to do instead of sitting on their butts complaining...

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Could be Toyota's way of introducing the shaken system to the states!!

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Toyota holding standards up,Kudos to them.

Foam pads safety, now a new safety standard, to watch out for in new toyota cars.

Shows Toyota cares and is top company,agree tmarie.

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Boys and Girls I said this last week - Toyota will issue a million lus recall. That will be a way to claim a huge loss and write-off a stack of those dodgy yen they claimed to be making over the past three years.

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