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TOYOTA: Criticized for Defective Cars

Written on July 05, 2010 by B Waldorf

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TOKYO – Toyota holds back over 90,000 Luxury Lexus and Crown vehicles this Monday in Tokyo, Japan due to defective engines – automotive problems occur even for the known automaker like Toyota.

Toyota Motor Corp. spokesperson Paul Nolasco informed the public that Toyota recalled their vehicles and will recall more in the market in the following days, with a total of 270,000 cars globally. This includes 15,000 in Europe, 10,000 in the Middle East, 138,000 in the USA, 6,000 in China, 4,000 in Canada and 8,000 from other regions.

Toyota informed Japan that it was holding back 91,903 cars for defect on valve springs, one of the crucial engine components that would possibly make the vehicle stall while moving.

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