Toyota has blamed drivers, stuck accelerators or floor mats that trapped the gas pedal for the acceleration claims that led to the big recalls of Camrys and other vehicles. The company has repeatedly denied its vehicles are flawed.
After the verdict, jurors told AP they believed the testimony of an expert who said he found flaws in the car's electronics. They also pointed to 150 feet of skid marks on the road as evidence the driver was desperately trying to brake.
"What makes the accelerator open? The computer," juror Vickie Potter said after the verdict.
Give it up jeyedolt. There was no such thing. I have a 2007 Camry and have had zero issues. It was all a big government sponsored smear campaign conveniently timed with the bankruptcy of old gm, new Welfare Motors. I also had an 80's exploding Chevy truck that was never recalled and dozens of people where incinerated or injured. Where's your outrage there. You should burn in hell for being the person you are.
really bluesy-you better tell the folks that just won three million on a decision in Oklahoma-toyoda got 400 more to deal with -speaking of welfare Japan inc better lower the yen again to help them pay the settlements.Have you considered perhaps moving there?