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the Kizashi has not reviewed that well but I still think the basic 2.4 manual would be ok

I don't think this is as serious for Toyota as people say. In maybe 2-3yrs time this will be forgotten.

You have to think of it like this. Toyota messed this one up.

But I think current owners will get their cars fixed and life will go on.

Contrast this to decades of bungling by GM and Chrysler.

Ask yourself this. As Toyota owner are you happy Toyota fixed this problem?

As a GM owner when your car blew a gearbox or head gasket and the dealer denied your claim, how do you feel?

This is one minor problem for Toyota.

GM has had decades of systemic problems that they refused to fix.

Chrysler doesn't have a single popular mainstream model.

I would not buy a Toyota but at the same time, I think they have nothing to fear except perhaps the Koreans and eventually the Chinese eating their lunch. But that is a good 5 yrs away.
 

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i don't like toyota except for their old turbo supra, turbo chasers and aristos

but as much as i like seeing toyota fail, i find the media and the US Dept of Transportation going after Toyota to be quite dispicable

when is it ok for the govt. to go after a company like this AFTER they have said they are rectifying the issue

oh it's reasonable to go after foreign companies if you own GM/Chrysler
 

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it's funny that you should bring up mitusbishi

here's some figures

january 2010/2009 final year sales figures



ask yourself why mitsubishi sell so little?

is their outlander rubbish?

no, i've driven it. It is better than some, worse than others but a worthy vehicle.

Why does it sell so little yet more rubbish cars sell so much?

it's all perception

i have a strong dislike for toyota but they don't deserve this

the figures for korean cars is a strong lesson for GM/Chrysler and also for Chinese manufacturers.
 
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