$1 billion settlement closes major part of Toyota's legal troubles, but more lawsuits remain

  • Article by: GREG RISLING , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 27, 2012 - 7:44 AM
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raineyrooDec. 27, 12 8:01 AM

Even with all these problems, Toyota's are still the most bland looking and boring drive on the road today. They are definately the car for those people that hate to drive, but must own a car.

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thepointDec. 27, 12 4:49 PM

Really smacks of a conspiracy against a foreign manufactuere to whom we should all thank for forcing American car manufacturers to improve all facets of the vehicles they build in order to hold any margin of sales. Absolute junk is what I called the 1980's US-made vehicles I purchased, which drove me to Toyota for the last 20 years. The first blogger claims boring...OK, sure, but nothing boring about virtually NO repairs on nearly a million miles of use for the 7 Toyota's I've owned. I could not even get 50K out of the 84' Buick I owned before the transmission failed. By the way, I've never seen any hard evidence of wide-spread engineeering problems that caused the so-called accereration problems. I think it was ginned up by lawyers and others who benefit from such events.

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