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Exclamation Toyota Recall (new one) - January 28, 2010, 06:31 AM

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/2010/01...s-pedal-sticks

Which cars have the problem?

The models that will be recalled or subject to a sales suspension include:

• RAV4 (2009-10 models)

• Corolla (2009-10)

• Camry (2007-10)

• Matrix hatchback (2009-10)

• Avalon large sedan (2005-10)

• Highlander crossover (2010)

• Tundra pickup (2007-10)

• Sequoia large SUV (2008-10)


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January 28, 2010, 06:49 AM

Toyota's are the new Buick's.
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DAMN thats most the vechicles they offer....kiss that stock good bye for a little bit....good time to buy stock when its low....


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I like how GM is seizing the moment on this.
My friend just bought a 08 Camry 3 months ago and the VIN is one of the affected ones.
I think I'm going to try to convince her to trade it now, and jump on a 0% GM with more options. You can't beat 0% - 60 months + $1,000 added to trade-in value + all the other GM incentives.


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On Wednesday, the automakers launched incentive campaigns aimed at attracting Toyota customers."A lot of these customers were our customers ... and they're looking for help, and we want to provide help," said GM's Steve Hill, general manager of retail sales support.
GM's incentives include lease pull-aheads, zero-percent financing and $1,000 down payments to get into GM vehicles for Lexus and Toyota owners.
Ford is adding $1,000 on trade-ins of Toyota, Lexus, Scion, Acura and Honda models.
Jake Fisher, a Consumer Reports senior automotive engineer, said this is a rare chance to lure Toyota drivers.



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don't get me started. no more industrial America, master degree new high school diploma cant get a decent job without it, a foreign company brings their business here creates jobs for Americans but money from us making cars goes over there, and now their cars are starting to turn to crap cause our industrial side of this country is crap since it barely exists.


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I like how GM is seizing the moment on this.
My friend just bought a 08 Camry 3 months ago and the VIN is one of the affected ones.
I think I'm going to try to convince her to trade it now, and jump on a 0% GM with more options. You can't beat 0% - 60 months + $1,000 added to trade-in value + all the other GM incentives.
what about the negative equity? if neg equity > the interest savings then not a good deal.


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January 28, 2010, 10:56 AM

And Ford actually posted a profit last year! Holy hell. Toyota's are now a joke and an American co is making a profit. What bizarro universe are we now living in?
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what about the negative equity? if neg equity > the interest savings then not a good deal.
That's always a potential issue, yes, but the chance of that happening is much lower with a 0% interest loan, because every one of your payments goes to paying down the principle on the car vs. interest + principle see-saw in a conventional loan.

(and you can always pick up Gap insurance and still be ahead.)



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don't get me started. no more industrial America, master degree new high school diploma cant get a decent job without it, a foreign company brings their business here creates jobs for Americans but money from us making cars goes over there, and now their cars are starting to turn to crap cause our industrial side of this country is crap since it barely exists.
The whole time I was reading...i was hoping it wasn't on the models made here in America...then to see its from a american parts company

Now the only issue is:

Poor Design on toyota?
or
Poor QA on parts company?

In all honesty I think its going to be a poor design on toyota....


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