• cleaning services Posted: 4/11/2010 9:49am PDT

    My first car was a 1991 Toyota Corolla. Great car, but bad metal. Eventually the body got too rusty and it had to go. The motor was still good though...400K+ later...
    Personally I would never buy a brand new car. Not only do they depreciate dramatically as soon as you drive off the lot...they can have a fair number of problems that were not caught in the factory....like what has happened with these Toyota Vehicles.
    If you can get a reliable history of the used car then you will have a good idea of what you are dealing with. The key being a reliable history however.

  • Jane Posted: 2/2/2010 5:28pm PST

    All American markets should be closed to toyota sales for good, rusty, unreliable cars.

  • fb_1510606196 avatar Carl Posted: 1/29/2010 10:49am PST

    Easyrider. I agree with esb. Think about the former Big Three who spent millions hiding then fighting claimants of defects more serious than these. At least Toyota has owned up to the problems and taken the time to correct the subtle causes. I recall those S-shaped floor mat hooks on all the Toyotas since my 1986 Camry. I think if people left them in place instead of discarding them during cleaning there floor most of the problems would have not occurred.

  • esb Posted: 1/28/2010 11:43am PST

    you're an idiot easyrider

  • ebirah Posted: 1/28/2010 7:23am PST

    when it rains it pours

  • easyrider Posted: 1/28/2010 5:18am PST

    This is great news. I think the North American market should be closed to all Toyota products.