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Toyota Faces US, Japan Probe on Prius Brakes

Business  (tags: toyota, brakes, complaints, Prius, recall, possible )

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TOKYO - Toyota faced fresh doubts about braking problems in its prized Prius, with complaints swelling to about 180 in the U.S. and Japan, as the automaker sought to salvage its reputation amid massive global recalls over gas-pedal problems in eight

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Past Member (0)
Wednesday February 17, 2010, 10:15 pm
Though the Japanese company is such unsociable, it is strange that Japan takes the medal by the Olympics.
The Japanese company and society is very transparent, but they are unsociable.
It seems like a society of the Japanese which watches the inundation in a transparent hatch in the accident of the submarine.

Pam Burton (25)
Tuesday February 23, 2010, 10:32 am
Saw on the news today-that "the Toyota Corporation" PAID the U.S. NTSB to allow toyota to do a LIMITED RECALL on their vehicles....To the DETRIMENT of the AMERICAN PEOPLE......I CALL THAT A BRIBE!!!!!And now there is a man in PRISON for Manslaughter due to a TOYOTA MALFUNCTION that was COVERED UP....BIG BUSINESS IS SURE DIRTY!!!!And so are BIG GOVERNMENT OVERSITE GROUPS!!!

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Wednesday February 24, 2010, 4:59 am
If you wish something, see these links.
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TOYOTA Canada ;
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TOYOTA Japan ;
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