Toyota Disaster

Camry Owners Reported Problems

In addition to the 6 million Toyota cars on recall in the United States due to sudden acceleration problems, documents show that a number of Camrys built before 2007, which were not subject to recalls, have shown comparable speed-control problems. The New York Times sifted through 12,700 complaints filed with the government over the last decade and found Toyota faced more crash complaints than any other carmaker, and that many of those complaints involved vehicles not subject to recalls, like the 2002 Camry. In an effort to regain public trust, Toyota is rolling out new consumer incentives including zero-percent financing for 60 months beginning Tuesday and running through March. Toyota’s sales dropped by 16 percent and are expected to fall 25 percent or more in February.