Toyota Cancer Spreads- Near Death

Toyota Cancer Spreads- Near Death

There are 944 comments on the www.marketwatch.com story from Mar 17, 2010, titled Toyota Cancer Spreads- Near Death . In it, www.marketwatch.com reports that:

Shares of Toyota Motor Corp. edged lower in Tokyo trading Thursday, pressured by reports of RACKETEERING claims against the auto maker and a potential problem with Corolla and Matrix cars.

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“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#21 Mar 22, 2010
So the cancer is spreading, imagine that.
Robert

Bronx, NY

#22 Mar 22, 2010
Another matter that has not received much attention;



May God bless and have mercy on us.

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#23 Mar 22, 2010
Man oh man, Toyota is getting sued by its own investors. Not good-
whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#24 Mar 23, 2010
A) Toyota has $28 billion in cash reserves (way more than GM has ever had).

B) The truth about drivers in their "SUA" vehicles is starting to come out. That is these drivers are suing to try and get something for nothing.

C) Toyota stock price is less than $10 (currently $82) off it's high of the last year and if Toyota shareholders can sue than if I were a GM shareholder I would be suing GM.

D) Toyota's vehicle quality still out does GM based on overall brand rankings.

E) Toyota has seen it's sales of vehicles increase since March in spite of the scare tactics used by news agencies and others who wish they owned a Toyota.

F) Even with GM's predatory tactics, I mean "wooing" Toyota customers and their infamous "May the best car win" slogan they still had to recall more than 1.3 million cars in the last 12 months, plus another 60,000 in S. Korea just in the last 2 days.
whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#25 Mar 23, 2010
You just can't spin the truth.

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#26 Mar 23, 2010
Toyota is fighting the truth and the truth will win.

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#27 Mar 24, 2010
whatever wrote:
A) Toyota has $28 billion in cash reserves (way more than GM has ever had).
B) The truth about drivers in their "SUA" vehicles is starting to come out. That is these drivers are suing to try and get something for nothing.
C) Toyota stock price is less than $10 (currently $82) off it's high of the last year and if Toyota shareholders can sue than if I were a GM shareholder I would be suing GM.
D) Toyota's vehicle quality still out does GM based on overall brand rankings.
E) Toyota has seen it's sales of vehicles increase since March in spite of the scare tactics used by news agencies and others who wish they owned a Toyota.
F) Even with GM's predatory tactics, I mean "wooing" Toyota customers and their infamous "May the best car win" slogan they still had to recall more than 1.3 million cars in the last 12 months, plus another 60,000 in S. Korea just in the last 2 days.
Did someone mention GM? F GM, this is about Toyota cancer.

Dear Sea Biscuit: get your commentary straight before posting. You take the fun out of it.

Recap – Toyota has cancer and it sucks. They are forced to slap incentives on their crappy cars just to move them, they are mired in litigation, and brand perception is at all time lows. Do yourself a favor and admit the aforementioned comments are true. Otherwise you make yourself look brainless with every keystroke.
whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#28 Mar 24, 2010
Incentives? HA! GM has been offering incentives since Moses was alive. That's the ONLY way they sell cars. Nice try pal!

Meanwhile Toyota has a war chest full of money, good quality vehicles (as reported by numerous sources) and a good image that GM could only dream of. Get your head out of the tailpipe of your low mileage Equisux.

Thank you for listening now move along toadie...

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#30 Mar 24, 2010
Toyota is getting ready for another recall. The cancer spreads.
whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#31 Mar 24, 2010
GM is ALWAYS ready for recalls. It's actually part of their business plan. In their quarterly meetings they track their recalls and if it's not high enough they produce even more crap so that it doesn't hurt their high average. hahaha...

GM IS the cancer.

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#32 Mar 24, 2010
Correction – you are the cancer. You also don’t know how to stay on topic because you have no defense.
JOE

Jacksonville, FL

#33 Mar 24, 2010
Would you like me to post in Thai or khmer. Any way the myth is over. People need to stop painting with a broad brush. Everything made in one place is bad and everything made in another is good. For Americans it just shows a lack of self confidence you are talking about your self when you talk bad about american workers.I have had cars from Japan and America Some good and bad from both. I have never owned a Toyota they seem to me to be somthing a school marm would drive. I think of a car as an extention of your self.Any way I dont care if they ever fix the problem and it would not bother me if they go bankrupt. I would never buy one.
whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#34 Mar 25, 2010
whatever wrote:
GM is ALWAYS ready for recalls. It's actually part of their business plan. In their quarterly meetings they track their recalls and if it's not high enough they produce even more crap so that it doesn't hurt their high average. hahaha...
GM IS the cancer.
Ditto.
whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#35 Mar 25, 2010
JJFADS wrote:
Correction – you are the cancer. You also don’t know how to stay on topic because you have no defense.
I've derailed your arguments so many times on all the threads that's it's not even fun anymore. It's like taking candy from a baby. And watching you sidestep, spin and back pedal has become more and more of a yawn fest. But I'll amuse myself from time to time and engage you in a little verbal sparring.

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#36 Mar 25, 2010
I disagree with you whole heartedly.
whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#37 Mar 26, 2010
...and I with you.
whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#38 Mar 26, 2010
March 24, 2010
Interest in Toyotas Starts to Revive

Toyota’s effort to regain the car buying public’s trust with incentives appears to be working.

According to data released Monday from Kelley Blue Book, 45 percent of active shoppers for new cars are now considering a Toyota, up 13 percentage points from last week. This week’s level is 17 percentage points higher than the 28 percent in early February in the midst of the recall crisis. Active new car shoppers are defined as people who say they plan to buy or lease a car in the next 12 months.

“Toyota may finally be turning the corner,” said James Bell, executive market analyst at Kelley Blue Book, in a statement. With “the company’s current incentive offerings and the understanding that the recall issue, while severe is statistically small, it’s not surprising that Toyota is now on the road to recovery,” he said.
Stop It

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#39 Mar 26, 2010
Typical day at the office?

JJFADS:..."I disagree with you whole heartedly."

WHATEVER:...."and I with you".

CONCLUSION:...Both of you behave like a couple of teenagers!
whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#40 Mar 26, 2010
Stop It wrote:
Typical day at the office?
JJFADS:..."I disagree with you whole heartedly."
WHATEVER:...."and I with you".
CONCLUSION:...Both of you behave like a couple of teenagers!
But at least we agree on something. Isn't that a break through in our relationsh*t? lol!
rozShoem

United States

#41 Mar 26, 2010
JJFADS wrote:
Slip the fork in, by the time this is over Toyota will be the size of Honda.
It does not take a rocket scientist(maybe a good engineer, though) to figure out what may be taking place. One needs to ask why, after 30 or 40 years, a car manufacturer ALL OF A SUDDEN within a relatively short period of time, begins producing cars with multiple defects that warrant several recalls. Toyota has been a LEADER in the market (financially and in terms of quality of product) when other car manufacturers fell behind and in some instances were going down the tubes.....IN NEED OF FINANCIAL BAILOUT in order to survive. What SHOULD this tell us? Come on...use those processing units. Someone somewhere needs to seriously consider and investigate the possibility of sabotage. To have one or two malfunctioning parts on even a few hundred vehicles is one thing. To suddenly, after years in business of manufactuing vehicles, be confronted with MULTIPLE mechanical problems on several thousand vehicles is an indicator that some other factor is involved in this mechanical failure scenario other than defective parts. Possible sabotage should NOT be ruled out. After all....a lot of $$$$$$$$ are involved.

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