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  • maryfaykay maryfaykay Sep 12, 2013 10:59 AM Flag

    Truth be Told !

    Contrary to what the most hated weasel Sam keeps reminding us , the Camry is not the best selling vehicle in the United States . The best selling vehicle is the Ford F 150 . Imagine that , a cheap underpowered car filled with plastics and cheap thin seats appealing only to credit bandits and needing a $ 2000 rebate to muster up sales, half the price of a truck and still unable to reach number one . Oh, what a feeling ----ToyoDUH !

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    • Hey BOX read the post.It says the #1 selling car in America is the Camry.The #1 car company in the world is Toyota.The F Series has been the #1 selling vehicle for 34 years.Ford didn't go bankrupt like our Government car company whom you adore.Stay with a loser like yourself.

    • You idiot, no one ever claimed that. Man Sam owns you if you stoop to such blatant lies.

      Duhtroit!

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      • Satan here...

        ['Defect: Unintended acceleration
        Units affected: 6.67 million
        Models affected: 2004-'10 Toyota Avalon, Camry, Corolla, Corolla Matrix, Highlander, Prius, RAV4, Tacoma, Tundra; various Lexus models
        Date: October 2009 and January 2010
        NHTSA campaign numbers: 09V38800, 10V017000
        What happened: One issue, two recalls. Reports of unintended acceleration are mechanical enigmas. They are difficult to re-create in a service environment and easy to blame on driver error. Toyota ended up issuing two recalls in this case, one for a misplaced or incorrect floor mat that could jam the accelerator pedal, and one for a possible sticky accelerator-pedal mechanism.,]

        Ouch.

    • "Oh, what a feeling ----ToyoDUH !"

      maryfaykay,
      One suggestion - please don't capitalize toyoDUH. It would inappropriately give more credibility where it is not deserved.

      Thanks!

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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