Toyota Warns 50,000 US Vehicle Owners to Stop Driving

Toyota Warns 50,000 US Vehicle Owners to Stop Driving

Attention all Toyota owners in the US! Your safety is our top priority and we have urgent news for you. We are issuing a “Do Not Drive” advisory for 50,000 of our older vehicles as they may contain deadly air bag inflators from Takata.

These inflators have been linked to over 30 deaths since 2009 and we cannot stress enough the importance of getting immediate repairs.

Don’t take any chances with your life – if the airbag deploys, there is a high risk of it exploding and releasing sharp metal fragments. This advisory covers some of our most popular models from 2003 to 2005. Don’t wait, act now to ensure your safety on the road.

Buckle up, car enthusiasts, because we’ve got some shocking news for you. The notorious Takata air bag inflators, known for their dangerous defects, have caused the largest safety recall in the history of the motor industry. And it’s not just a small issue – we’re talking about over 100 million products and 20 different car manufacturers involved.

This scandal, which has been ongoing for more than 15 years, has led to countless recalls, lawsuits, and even a criminal investigation in the United States.

In 2017, Takata finally filed for bankruptcy, with its assets being snatched up by Chinese-owned Key Safety Systems for a whopping $1.6 billion.

So, if you own a 2003-2004 model Corolla, 2003-2004 Corolla Matrix, or 2004-2005 RAV4.

“Trouble continues to brew for Toyota as they face yet another challenge this week. The renowned car manufacturer has put a hold on shipments of certain vehicles due to discrepancies found in certification tests for their diesel engines, developed by Toyota Industries.

Shockingly, an investigation uncovered that employees at Toyota Industries had been tampering with horsepower output tests.

This scandal has impacted 10 of their globally sold models, including the popular Hiace van and Land Cruiser SUV. Will Toyota be able to recover from this blow to their reputation?”

Toyota is on a mission to tackle a scandalous situation at Daihatsu, the renowned small car expert. Shockingly, Daihatsu has confessed to manipulating safety tests for over 30 years. The news has caused a stir, and Toyota is determined to put an end to it.

In a dramatic turn of events, the transport ministry in Japan raided Daihatsu’s headquarters last year, sending shockwaves through the industry. As a result, global shipments of their vehicles were abruptly halted.

And if that wasn’t enough, the government has now taken away the certification for three of Daihatsu’s models. The stakes are high, and Toyota is determined to get to the bottom of this misconduct.

“We recognise that not only people at the testing site but also management did not have proper understanding of certification,” he said.

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