The Takata settlement covers more than 9 million Toyota vehicles, 2.6 million Subaru vehicles, 2.3 million BMW vehicles and 1.7 million Mazda vehicles. Read more
The recall involves 12 different Toyota, Lexus and Scion vehicles. Read more
Toyota has promised that the inspection and replacement campaign will be at no cost to the vehicle owners. Read more
Toyota faced at least three other class actions regarding this defect, including one filed in a Florida state court in July 2014. Read more
Toyota said it isn't aware of crashes, injuries or fatalities related to the curtain air bag or fuel tank flaws. Read more
Last November, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) levied civil penalties against Toyota totaling $200 million. Read more
Toyota has recalled nearly 2.9 million sports utility vehicles, including more than 1.1 million in the U.S. Read more
The 2011 audit was conducted after criticism of NHTSA's handling of complaints about the sudden unintended acceleration of Toyota vehicles. Read more
Toyota has asked the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals to throw out an $11.4-million verdict awarded in a suit blaming an unintended acceleration defect for a fatal car crash. Read more
Toyota has recalled 6.5 million vehicles worldwide due to power-window switches that do not have enough grease and could catch fire. Read more
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