2010 Toyota 4Runner
The 2010 4Runner is brand-spankin' new and barely even on the market. It's one of the few remaining SUVs that can actually do stuff, so we're actually happy this one is unaffected.
2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser
The FJ Cruiser is a rough and tumble off-roader and built with a bit more gusto than regular duty vehicles so it gets a different accelerator mechanism.
2010 Toyota Land Cruiser
The people who drive Land Cruisers don't actually use the accelerator pedal, they simply put it in drive and use the steering wheel buttons to accelerate, so the problem is a non-issue.
2010 Toyota Prius
There's no mechanical link between the engine and the pedal, it's drive by wire, so Toyota's golden-(marketing)-child escapes this round of recalls.
2010 Toyota Sienna
It's a minivan, no surprise that unintended acceleration isn't part of its vocabulary.
2010 Toyota Tacoma
One would think the Tacoma would be subject to the same recall visited upon the Tundra, but it's been here and done it, having gone through investigations of unintended acceleration back in 2006.
2010 Toyota Venza
To be perfectly honest, we don't really know how this one happened. The Venza is a chubby version of what the Camry Wagon should have been. The only way we imagine it escaped the recall is the hip point is raised and thus the pedal angle would be wrong to use the failpedals. Problem is you have to buy a Venza, the fastest crossover we're wildly unimpressed with.
2010 Toyota Yaris
As long as you're fine with driving a car the shape of a bowler hat, there's nothing wrong with the Yaris. It takes the final position on the list by virtue of its positioning in the alphanumeric hierarchy.