Toyota Motor Corporations recall woes have continued into 2015. While 2014 was a record-setting year in terms of recalls for the auto industry across the board, Toyota seems to still be struggling in 2015.
The company has been forced to recall several vehicles for various defects in the first four months of the year.
The vehicles were found to be defective in a number of different areas that include the suspension system, the propulsion functions and even loss of power when driving.
Toyota's 2015 Recalls
In 2015, Toyota has recalled five vehicles, including:
- Camry (2015)
- Camry Hybrid (2015)
- Highlander Hybrid (2015)
- Rav4 (2014-15)
- Scion tC Release (2015)
Despite these large recalls, which number more than 100,000, the company is moving ahead with its construction of new auto manufacturing plants located in China and Mexico.
As demand for vehicles continues to grow in these emerging markets, automotive companies are building their expansions in these two countries.
It is not surprising that companies like Toyota are still expanding after the record year of recalls in 2014. In fact, despite the automotive industry recalling more than 60 million vehicles, automotive dealerships posted record profits unseen since the 2008 global recession.
If dealerships are posting record profits and manufacturers are expanding their facilities, who is representing individuals injured by safety defects?
Legal advocates all across America are working to ensure that someone speaks for drivers and passengers who are injured in auto accidents.
If you own a Toyota vehicle and would like to know whether your car has been recalled, consult the Toyota Safety Recall website.
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