Toyota Dealers May Lose $2.47 Billion...

Toyota Dealers May Lose $2.47 Billion in Monthly Revenue as Sales Halted

There are 5 comments on the Bloomberg.com - Asia story from Jan 29, 2010, titled Toyota Dealers May Lose $2.47 Billion in Monthly Revenue as Sales Halted. In it, Bloomberg.com - Asia reports that:

Dealers who sell Toyota Motor Corp. a s namesake brand could lose as much as $2.47 billion in combined monthly revenue because of the halt of sales of eight models, including the popular Camry and Corolla sedans.

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Tom

Fort Myers, FL

#1 Jan 29, 2010
All of the Toyota, Lexus stories about quality and greeness. Car dealers who constantly telling the public false stories about other auto makers. Who are they kidding? Where is Consumer's Reports on quality?
liner

Hicksville, NY

#2 Jan 29, 2010
Tom wrote:
All of the Toyota, Lexus stories about quality and greeness. Car dealers who constantly telling the public false stories about other auto makers. Who are they kidding? Where is Consumer's Reports on quality?
Maybe you could try actually reading Consumer Reports. You might find out that they've been downgrading Toyota reliability for some time now.
camry junk

Ellsworth, ME

#3 Feb 8, 2010
liner wrote:
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Maybe you could try actually reading Consumer Reports. You might find out that they've been downgrading Toyota reliability for some time now.
About time the truth comes out about toyota's quality!! Still the same bet toyota will be on the recommeded list next year??? Something fisheeeeeeey there???
The dangerous hesitation problem that becomes normal after the now three tsb's fail to fix problem has been swept under the rug now for three years is about ready to come out?? Watch and see!!
Tom

Fort Myers, FL

#4 Feb 9, 2010
liner wrote:
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Maybe you could try actually reading Consumer Reports. You might find out that they've been downgrading Toyota reliability for some time now.
You are correct as I have not been reading Consumers Reports for some time now. I feel it is an insult on the intellence of folks reading their pumped up ratings on pure junk.
liner

Hicksville, NY

#5 Feb 9, 2010
Tom wrote:
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You are correct as I have not been reading Consumers Reports for some time now. I feel it is an insult on the intellence of folks reading their pumped up ratings on pure junk.
You're right Tom, it would be an insult "on the intellence" of folks reading pumped up ratings on pure junk. But didn't we just determine that Consumer Reports has been downgrading Toyota quality for some time now? That puts us right back where we started, right Tom?

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