The Five Biggest Toyota Recalls in Company History

Ever since Toyota first came on the scene for the United States auto market, they had a reputation for creating high-quality cars that didn’t cost a lot of money, yet lasted for years and years.

Airbag Recall (2021)

This particular recall is ongoing and affects vehicles made between 2002 and 2017. There were literally tens of thousands of vehicles involved in this particular recall, involving the popular Takata airbags.

Fuel Pump Recall (2020)

Many vehicles manufactured by Toyota and Lexus are also currently under a recall for a fuel pump problem that can cause the automobile to stall out unexpectedly, thus making it more likely that a crash could potentially happen.

Power Window Recall (2015)

Back in 2015 the automaker announced recalls for the majority of their vehicles made between 2005 and 2010 for a potentially defective power window switch.

Accelerator Recall (2009)

This is easily one of the most well-documented recalls in recent history, largely because of the terrifying nature of it.

Floor Mat Recall (2009)

Many people thought that it was simply too far-fetched to be plausible, but Toyota issued a recall on their floor mats for more than 2.6 million vehicles manufactured between 2007 and 2010.

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