February 22, 2010
Written by Sue · Filed Under Business
4 Responses to “Toyota Bragged it Saved $100M in Floor Mat Recall, Now 34 Dead”
Toyota’s decision to save money and knowingly put customers’ lives at risk has converted me from a decades-long loyal Toyota customer to a Ford fan. My wife stated flatly, “I will never buy another Toyota as long as I live.” So I’d have to say that Toyota not only didn’t save $100 million; they lost $billions in consumer perception and customer loyalty.
My next car will either be a Ford, a Kia, or an Aptera, depending on who has the electric car I want when I go shopping.
Toyota & Honda dropped the ball on handling the recalls , they should have came forward with a full disclosure. Instead of waiting for a huge media blitz and tons of public pressure. But Toyota & Honda are not alone , I never seen so many car companies having recalls all at the same time. I had no idea my car which is not even a Toyota or Honda, was affected until I searched on http://www.carpedalrecall.com and found I had a bad Anti Lock control unit on my 2008 Pontiac G8 , So be careful check daily, it seems more and more cars are being recalled .
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