Given the recent spate of recalls, we thought we'd check the dozen-or-so production Toyota vehicles on the Chicago Auto Show floor. Two of them — a Tundra and Corolla — don't have floor mat and a Camry's mat isn't fastened.

These three recalled vehicles sat directly in front of the stage where Toyota Group VP of sales Bob Carter told the press "Nothing is more important to Toyota than the safety and reliability of our vehicles … and right now we are completely focused on fixing the vehicles affected by recent recalls." Yeah, except for the vehicles on display at the Chicago Auto Show.


We'll give Toyota the benefit of the doubt. Maybe they're just waiting to fix their millions of customers cars first. But, one would think they would have gotten to these cars at some point since the recall was first announced back in September.