Month after month, it seems that Toyota runs into more issues. Most recently, the automaker recalled approximately 136,000 cars in Europe and Japan to fix a steering problem. While this recall has yet to make it to the United States, you never know what is going to be next.
This comes after last month in which the company recalled 1.5 million vehicles, worldwide, to fix a brake fluid leak. If not corrected, this problem can lead to diminishing braking performance and an increased safety concern.
Of course, all of this is followed by the many lawsuits the company is currently dealing with related to death and injury due to faulty accelerator pedals in many models.
For more information on the lawsuits, check out these news stories:
1. Toyota Moves to Dismiss Consolidated Class Action
3. Auto Recalls: Toyota Lawsuit Alleges Cover-Up of Acceleration Problem