Lawyers suing Toyota claim a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) from 2002 proves the company knew there was an electronic cause for the current unintended acceleration issue. It doesn't. But that's not stopping CNN from claiming it does.
In documents turned over to Congress, Toyota brags it saved $100 million negotiating with regulators for a "limited" recall of 2007 Toyota Camrys for sudden acceleration, the same problem that's prompted it to recall millions of cars. Good work, guys!
Irish bookmaking firm Paddy Power (yes, that's its real name) recently announced that Toyota is the "odds-on 1/3 favorite" carmaker to issue the next major recall. We have no idea what this means, but it sounds important.
Despite all new Camrys falling under the latest Toyota Recall, an employee at one Toyota dealership was willing to sell one to a prank caller. He also said it was a supplier problem and not all vehicles have bad pedals.
Check out the sequence of photos showing the interior of the '85 Camry. See how cramped it was? Why, those passengers are almost touching each other! And where will they set their 256-ounce Bladder Buster™ convenience-store sodas?
Concerned your Toyota floor mat may kill you? Us too. Luckily, Toyota's provided this handy guide for what to do if you think your Toyota/Lexus is part of the recall. Click "more" to avoid a fiery death.
The third-gen Toyota Camry Wagon is actually one of our favorite Toyotas in the last couple decades, but that didn't stop the Mythbusters from blowing up a 12-year-old fan's parent's car once in movie-fashion, then in holy-crap-car-vaporization style.
Dennis Kneale, CNBC's bespectacled lunchtime loud-mouth attacked American cars for not having an "iPod jack in every car." Kneale's obviously never heard of Ford's epic Sync system or the aux-in jack in every GM vehicle.
This morning's IIHS report on the shocking finding that little cars don't take well to colliding, at speed, with bigger cars? Now we have the crash videos. Let's take a look at all three below.
December's sharp sales decline is pushing Toyota to offer cash incentives for the first time on the Prius hybrid. Toyota will also drop cash on top of the Corolla and Camry.
Here's the first unexpected reveal of the Detroit Auto Show — Toyota's let loose the new 2010 Toyota Camry and 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid. They'll both go on sale beginning in March.
We reported Monday on four foreign-made vehicles vandalized in a suburban Detroit shopping center and now you can see the perp in action for yourselves from the shopping center security cam.
Owners of four foreign-made cars parked in a suburban Detroit shopping center found their tires slashed and the words "Buy USA" scrawled on the windows. Merry Carpocalypse.
UPDATE: 2010 Toyota Camry: Detroit Reveal Makes Us Crave Vanilla Ice Cream
Not really. We're almost 100% sure the top photo, uncovered by the very strange-to-look-at Vince Burlapp, is a Toyota Aurion, the Camry's Australian sibling, and not the 2010 Toyota Camry. Though it isn't the new, next-generation Camry, it is…