The latest news on Toyota
Japanese automakers say passenger airbag casings could explode.
The Japanese giant has regained ground lost after a pair of disasters.
TOKYO (AP) — Toyota is recalling 907,000 vehicles, mostly Corolla models, around the world for faulty air bags and another 385,000 Lexus IS luxury cars for defective wipers.
TOKYO (AP) — Now it's official: Toyota is once again the world's top automaker.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — With a proposed payout of more than $1 billion, one major chapter of a nearly four-year legal saga that left Toyota Motor Corp. fighting hundreds of lawsuits and struggling with a tarnished image has ended, though another remains.
Toyota is poised to outsell GM again in 2012.
SUSONO, Japan (AP) — Toyota Motor Corp. is testing car safety systems that allow vehicles to communicate with each other and with the roads they are on in a just completed facility in Japan the size of three baseball stadiums.
The government has added 600,000 Toyota Camrys and other vehicles to an investigation of fires in power window switches. The probe now includes more than 1.4 million cars and SUVS.
Stumbles in Japan have been a big factor in the domestic automakers' comeback.
Detroit will be a big winner if Japanese cars run short.