• jeff Posted: 3/1/2010 9:13pm PST

    nice post. jeez Toyota needs to stay out of the news.

  • Frans Halls Posted: 3/2/2010 12:30pm PST

    It sure looks like that the definition of "quality" needs to be defined. I appears that Toyota does not have it! The auto manufacture with the so called highest quality standards? has the highest number of vehicles and conditions identified as defects and recalls. The question to ask has there been a cover up by Toyota.

  • Bill Burke Posted: 3/2/2010 1:59pm PST

    If this were Chrysler products, the automotive press would be calling for their head. I guess Toyotas' failures put egg on the face of the Sebring detractors, since the "punching bag" Sebring has no recalls I know of for 2010. I guess the Sebring should be rated a "best buy" in Consumers Report based on this Toyota fiasco, but it's an American car, it must be bad. The press has no credibility now. Buy a Sebring folks!

  • Jamal Posted: 3/23/2010 9:49pm PDT

    I had the same problem with my 07 v6 XLE camry I saw a big spot of oil in the drive way I thought that might be my other 03 camry but it was not I went for oil change to the dealer and they told me its leaking and the repair will take an hour thank God it was covered under warranty it was on recall for this problem dealer gave me rental car for 1 day to take care of all 3 recalls which are (1) Oil leak related to VVTI (2) Gas paddle recall to put reinforced metal plates (3) Brake over ride in case if the car starts running away and you hit the brake it will over ride the acceleration. My car has 45000 miles so I guess it’s covered by the extended warranty. So guys n gals be careful and get checked your Toyotas and be safe.