Japanese Citizens Turn on TOYOTA

Jan 28, 2010 | Posted by: JJFADS | Full story: www.latimes.com

Toyota has let down the great Japanese people. They feel cheated and embarrassed by the company.

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I donít blame them one bit. Toyota not only let the Japanese people down, they let Americans down. Shame on you..

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hari-kari?

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Takashi - a fix?
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Yesterday I saw two Toyotas head end each other..ended up one had an accelerator pedal problem and the other had a brake glitch ...what are the odds?...ahhhhhsoooooo

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Those Toyota guys are funny to watch. Think about it, they have to defend their car buying choices. Itís quite interesting when you think about it.
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Ahhhh....GM's been defending their car buying choices for decades.

It's all a conspiracy now. The government says nothing about the 1.1 million cars recalled by GM because they own GM. You don't want to say anything bad about a company you just saved from a sure death.
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Toyota wants to live in the US, they have to play by the rules...even Confucious say honesty is best policy.

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Again, Toyota owners are the only people that purchase a shiny new car and then have to go out and defend their purchase. We see it on these threads daily.
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That's because you only create threads that promote that. You should look on other threads.

Look outside the box.
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whatever wrote:
That's because you only create threads that promote that. You should look on other threads.
Look outside the box.
Look at posts 6 & 9 for an idea of the depth of his intellect.
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For the life of me, I cannot stop scratching my genitals. It started when I bummed a ride in a Toyota.

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http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/video/toyotas-pedal...

Amusing how the children are rendered speechless as to the current follies of Toyota. Hoping for a glimmer of optimism while grasping nothing to stand on, not even a pedal. Regardless, this is just the tip of the iceberg, from the liberal cover ups to the inability to address safety concerns. The show goes on.
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JJFADS wrote:
http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/vide o/toyotas-pedal-problems-prius s-brakes-9751945
Amusing how the children are rendered speechless as to the current follies of Toyota. Hoping for a glimmer of optimism while grasping nothing to stand on, not even a pedal. Regardless, this is just the tip of the iceberg, from the liberal cover ups to the inability to address safety concerns. The show goes on.
I hear ya buddy.

After receiving more than 1,100 complaints over several years Ė including about 750 in the last six months ó the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened an investigation into failures of the electric power steering on about 900,000 Chevrolet Cobalts....

http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/02/05/ch...

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Thatís good information although irrelevant. Of course it pails in comparison to the current 9 million recalls of Toyota, and thatís just in the last three months. When the Priapus goes down, followed by another round of Lexsus, we estimate the number to be around 12 million. Further when the electronics probe is complete, the recalls will be paramount most likely pushing into the tens of millions. Stay tuned for as the plot thickens, the story gets better.
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Well I'm glad we can count on your "estimates" even though they mean nothing since you have nothing to do with the recalls.

Thanks for playing though.
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Yota lovers, it's all comming down, down, down...

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

...like a runaway Toyota down the Appalacian Mountains.
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JJFADS wrote:
Thatís good information although irrelevant. Of course it pails in comparison to the current 9 million recalls of Toyota, and thatís just in the last three months. When the Priapus goes down, followed by another round of Lexsus, we estimate the number to be around 12 million. Further when the electronics probe is complete, the recalls will be paramount most likely pushing into the tens of millions. Stay tuned for as the plot thickens, the story gets better.
Comparably speaking.......


Fordís cruise control switches, 2009

The largest automotive recall in the United States involved Ford Motor Company. In the course of eight separate recalls culminating in 2009, Ford was forced to recall more than 14 million cars built between 1993 and 2004 because of faulty cruise control switches that could catch fire even when the vehicle was turned off. The recall included models such as the Crown Victoria, Windstar, Lincoln Navigator, F150 pickup and Explorer.

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JJ----speculating about the yet unprobed "Electronics Probe"....well....for lack of a better word...is speculation!

You really have no choice but to agree an offhand condemnation is far too premature.
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Stop It wrote:
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Comparably speaking.......
Fordís cruise control switches, 2009
The largest automotive recall in the United States involved Ford Motor Company. In the course of eight separate recalls culminating in 2009, Ford was forced to recall more than 14 million cars built between 1993 and 2004 because of faulty cruise control switches that could catch fire even when the vehicle was turned off. The recall included models such as the Crown Victoria, Windstar, Lincoln Navigator, F150 pickup and Explorer.
(credit: GettyImages)
Exactly. Personal speculation doesn't count as fact.
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whatever wrote:
Ahhhh....GM's been defending their car buying choices for decades.
It's all a conspiracy now. The government says nothing about the 1.1 million cars recalled by GM because they own GM. You don't want to say anything bad about a company you just saved from a sure death.
WTF Mr. Hirohito?

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