Posted: Oct 10, 2012 3:48 PM
Updated: Oct 10, 2012 3:50 PM
Toyota is recalling 7.43 million vehicles worldwide to fix faulty power-window switches. The recall covers 2.5 million Toyota and Scion cars and trucks in the U.S., including the top-selling Camry. A list of models and how many were sold in the United States:
|Vehicle||Model years||Number recalled|
|Camry midsize car||2007 to 2009||1,054,900|
|Tundra pickup||2007 to 2009||337,100|
|RAV4 small SUV||2007 to 2009||336,400|
|Corolla compact car||2009||270,900|
|Yaris subcompact||2007 and 2008||110,300|
|Scion xA subcompact||2008 and 2009||77,500|
|Sequoia SUV||2008 and 2009||38,500|
|Scion xD subcompact||2008 and 2009||34,400|
Camry and Highlander models include gas-electric hybrids.
Recall also includes 47,133 Pontiac Vibes from 2009. Vibe was made by Toyota for General Motors.
Source: Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A.