New York: Toyota recalled more than 10 million vehicles between 2009 and 2011 for reliability and safety issues, reports Dispatch News Desk (DND).
Toyota, the third largest carmaker in the US market, has settled a US lawsuit that blames the company for defects in the speed control system in its vehicles. The class action has been the biggest safety crisis in the Japanese company’s history. The key accusation is that millions of Toyota cars accelerate unintentionally.
The Japanese automaker has been suffering a reputation crisis since 2009.