Newark new toyota dealer trusts toyota will make things right with consumers

Newark New Toyota Dealer Trusts Toyota Will Make Things Right With Consumers

The loyalty of Toyota customers seems to be mostly intact judging from quotes in the mainstream media and tons of blogs posted throughout cyberspace. Will mandates resulting from the recent Congressional committee hearings change that feeling? One Newark new Toyota dealer doesn’t think so. In fact, the openness that Toyota has recently displayed regarding the recalled vehicles and the positive attitude about the fixes for those problems may take the customer loyalty to a new level.
Buyers of 2010 Toyota NJ vehicles may take comfort in the fact that Toyota has promised to fix over eight million recalled vehicles across the globe due to accelerator problems and brake system failures. The fact that Toyota also says it is testing its vehicles to the point that “we are confident that no problems exist with the electronics in our vehicles” should allay many concerns.
“History shows that great companies learn from their mistakes. That’s why all 172,000 people working for Toyota and our dealers are doing more than ever to make things right for our customers for the future,” according to a statement by Toyota. Newark Toyota brakes service centers also want customers to know that they will do everything possible to fix any recalls and meet customer needs.
Recent hearings with U.S. House and Senate committees took some of the focus off of specific Toyota vehicle safety issues and addressed a broader scope of whether the National Transportation and Safety Board should have nailed Toyota for the 52 deaths linked to safety issues with Toyota vehicles. Also addressed was whether Toyota acted quickly enough to recall defective vehicles. Your Newark new Toyota dealer is on board to deal with any recalls and their service center is ready to help resolve any safety issues customers may have with a Toyota model. Although it will likely be a slow process, the recent congressional hearings will probably result in stricter laws for vehicle safety. A close look at current laws to see if they need to be tightened was advocated by one senator. No doubt there will be more hearings to come for Toyota and regarding vehicle safety in general, but the issue does seem to be getting attention, which might just result in stricter regulations and safer vehicles for everyone.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood also was convinced that installing the new braking system Toyota will use for its recall fix – which will override the accelerator to prevent unintentional speed increases – should be mandatory on all vehicles manufactured in the United States. Newark Toyota brakes service center personnel look forward not only to helping customers by correcting problems with recalled brake systems, but in seeing future Toyota models equipped with this extra safety feature.
Toyota President Akio Toyoda has recently shared eagerly any information on the recall of vehicles and Toyota’s strategy to make things right with these vehicles and the owners. Customers shopping for 2010 Toyota NJ models will find a large selection with many exciting models, such as the Plug-in Prius, to appear in showrooms later this year.

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