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Toyota Motor Corporation Message Board

  • laeexv laeexv Sep 26, 2013 9:48 AM Flag

    You know why...

    Japanese live longer than any other people on earth? They drive Toyotas! TOYOTA: If you want to live a long and happy life.

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    • Laxative, You sound about as smart as Blue_ Mounted _Sammy !

    • A know fact!!! That is why Toyota is the #1 car company in the world.People taking care of people.

      • 1 Reply to samcanam2001
      • Satan here...

        ['2013 - LOS ANGELES -- Toyota Motor Corp. has settled with family members of two people killed in Utah in a lawsuit that was to go to court next month and serve as a test case for a group of hundreds more that are pending.

        Toyota reached the agreement in the case brought by the family of Paul Van Alfen and Charlene Jones Lloyd, company spokeswoman Celeste Migliore said Thursday. They were killed when their Camry slammed into a wall near Wendover, Utah in 2010.

        Migliore declined to disclose the financial terms.

        Attorney Mark P. Robinson, who represents the nine plaintiffs named in the suit, did not reply to phone or email messages.

        Last month, Toyota agreed to a settlement worth more than $1 billion to resolve hundreds of lawsuits claiming economic losses Toyota owners suffered when the Japanese automaker recalled millions of vehicles because of sudden acceleration problems.

        But that settlement did not include those suing over wrongful death and injury, and hundreds more of those remain.']

        Yeah, tm really takes care of the people that die in their defective vehicles.

 
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